Humans seem to need syllables as a way of segmenting the stream of speech and giving it a rhythm of strong and weak beats, as we hear in music. Syllables do not serve any meaning-signalling function in language; they exist only to make speech easier for the brain to process.


This lesson discovers the principles that govern the organization of sounds in the English language ​​and explains the variations that occur. It focuses on sound combinations and structure of the English syllable.

Target Audience: Second Year Licence

 Dr. Ahmed Kadi Abla