Six Syllable Words for Kids

A syllable is part of a word that contains the sounds (phonemes) of the voice. It usually has a vowel in the middle. The syllable is also called a ‘rhythm’ and teachers often teach children to identify members by clapping ‘beats’ with words. Another way to define the word ‘mouth’ is word.

Here are examples of syllables within words:
‘lake’ – has one syllable
‘pa-per’ – has two syllables
‘en-er-gy – has three syllables
‘cal-cu-la-tor’ – has four syllables
‘comm-u-ni-ca-tion – has five syllables
‘res-pon-si-bi-li-ty’ – has six syllables

Now in order to understand the stress of words, we need to understand the different letters. All words have one or more letters. Character is a form of pronunciation. It may consist of a single vowel or a vowel and one or more consonant sounds. Note that with the exception of a few exceptions all members contain at least one vowel (a, e, i, o or u) or a vowel sound. All words are made up of groups of letters. Each word has groups of one, two, three or more.

Six Syllable Words for Kids

circumnavigationdiscontinuity prestidigitation superannuated 
disambiguationdissimilationresponsibility teleportality
disappriciatedellemosynarysesquicentennial verisimilitude 

Keep exploring EnglishBix to learn various types of syllables in English language.

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