Scansion Part – II (Ways to break up a word into syllables)
The Disyllabic Words containing double Consonants are broken by supplying a hyphen between the Consonants, such as;
The words containing double Vowels are not separated by a hyphen; both the vowels are taken together as in;
Any word beginning with a Vowel is separated with a hyphen just after that Vowel as in;
Exceptions – Al-ways, An-kle, Ea-gle etc.
The Derivatives containing double Consonants are put as they are without putting a hyphen in between them as in;
Break the following Words into their Syllables: