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Overview of Consonant-le (Cle) Syllables
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Cle syllables have a number of distinguishing characteristics:
• They are found only at the end of multisyllabic words.
• They consist of a consonant, followed by the letters l and e.
• They are pronounced by blending the first consonant with the l, as in temple.
• They contain a silent e, as in title.
Almost 400 two-syllable words contain Cle syllables, so the sooner students learn these basic concepts, the sooner students will be able to read and spell many more words.
Six Syllable Types