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Study the words
  given above in
their syllabicated
      form.
a. pur-ple
b. fum-ble
c. mid-dle
d. start-ed
e. fund-ed
f. lev-el
g. us-u-al
h. print-able
i. con-vert-ible
Formulate the
    rules of
 syllabication
 where these
words apply:
15. When a word ends in
   le, preceded by a
   consonant, the word is
   divided before the
   consonant.
       a. pur-p...
16. When –ed comes at
   the end of a word, it
   forms a syllable only
   when preceded by d or
   t.
       d. start-ed
...
17. When a word or
   syllable ends in al or
   el, these usually form
   el
   the last syllable.

       f. lev-el
     ...
18. The suffixes able and
   ible form their own
   syllable.

     h. print-able
     i. con-vert-ible
EXERCISES
Syllabicate the
following words from
the selection,
Payatas.
a. landslide
b. swamp
c. garbage
d. disaster
e. relocation
a. land-slide
b. swamp
c. garb-age
d. di-sas-ter
e. re-lo-ca-tion
f. sentiment
g. torrents
h. diggings
i. close
j. promises
f. sen-ti-ment
g. tor-rents
h. dig-gings
i. close
j. prom-ise
k. dwelling
l. collapse
m. community
n. residence
o. calamity
k. dwell-ing
l. col-lapse
m. com-mu-ni-ty
n. res-i-dence
o. ca-lam-i-ty
p. victim
q. receive
r. repeat
s. operator
t. avalanche
p. vic-tim
q. re-ceive
r. re-peat
s. op-er-a-tor
t. av-a-lanche
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  1. 1. Study the words given above in their syllabicated form.
  2. 2. a. pur-ple b. fum-ble c. mid-dle d. start-ed e. fund-ed f. lev-el g. us-u-al h. print-able i. con-vert-ible
  3. 3. Formulate the rules of syllabication where these words apply:
  4. 4. 15. When a word ends in le, preceded by a consonant, the word is divided before the consonant. a. pur-ple b. fum-ble c. mid-dle
  5. 5. 16. When –ed comes at the end of a word, it forms a syllable only when preceded by d or t. d. start-ed e. fund-ed
  6. 6. 17. When a word or syllable ends in al or el, these usually form el the last syllable. f. lev-el g. us-u-al
  7. 7. 18. The suffixes able and ible form their own syllable. h. print-able i. con-vert-ible
  8. 8. EXERCISES Syllabicate the following words from the selection, Payatas.
  9. 9. a. landslide b. swamp c. garbage d. disaster e. relocation
  10. 10. a. land-slide b. swamp c. garb-age d. di-sas-ter e. re-lo-ca-tion
  11. 11. f. sentiment g. torrents h. diggings i. close j. promises
  12. 12. f. sen-ti-ment g. tor-rents h. dig-gings i. close j. prom-ise
  13. 13. k. dwelling l. collapse m. community n. residence o. calamity
  14. 14. k. dwell-ing l. col-lapse m. com-mu-ni-ty n. res-i-dence o. ca-lam-i-ty
  15. 15. p. victim q. receive r. repeat s. operator t. avalanche
  16. 16. p. vic-tim q. re-ceive r. re-peat s. op-er-a-tor t. av-a-lanche
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