Welcome to the Syllabic Quiz Section of our Website.

Two-syllable words without endings - 10 words
Two or more syllable words with endings - 12 words
Two or more syllable words with endings in medial position - 12 words
4 & 5 SYLLABLE WORDS - 8 words
All Syllabics. The entire syllabic chart is represented - 13 pages
Double Consonants - 10 pages

As a reference you can go directly to our online Syllabic Chart or you can download a printable pdf copy of the SRO Syllabic Chart . You can also download a printable pdf copy of this page

The first step in learning syllabics is to use mnemonic devices that represent syllabics set in different positions. For instance, the vowels i, o, and a will always point a certain direction when alone or in front of the consonants w, p and t. Please note the placement of the vowels.

 

 

The syllabics will also be set in a different position when placed after the consonants k, c and m in the Face Out position Please note the placement of the vowels: BACK TO TOP

 

 

n, s, y, and th in the Face In position Please note the placement of the vowels:

 

 

For the consonants, another mnemonic device used by people is the capital "I".BACK TO TOP

Here is an example of its use:











As you can see, the "I" seems to accommodate all the above consonants. You as a learner can choose what ever suits you. BACK TO TOP

Using and memorizing these mnemonic devices, you will greatly enhance your ability to write syllabics. You can download a printable pdf copy of this page

When you are ready, please continue to QUIZ 1 to start testing your skill, have fun.