Six hundred forty thousand seven hundred thirty nine.
Say the word aloud and count how many parts of the word you say. Alternatively you can clap as you say the word and count how many claps you make. For example, the word 'doggedly' has 3 syllables. When you say this word aloud and use the clapping method, you will clap 3 times as you say it, indicating that there are 3 syllables. (Dog-ged-ly)
Yes, sure, alright, yeah or ok.
That depends on the way that the word is pronounced. Some people will say that the word convenient has four syllables because they say it CON-VEE-NEE-ENT. Others will say three, because they say it CON-VEEN-YENT. I say it the second way, personally.
The two words from themselves is them and self . Selves is how you say self. Well in that word. You can't say themselfs you have to say themselves.
How do you use the WORD AIR? you just say it
how do you say this word
To say the word teeth in the Latin language you say the word dentibus. To say this word in Italian you say denti.
"Uga" is the Kikuyu word for the English word say.
Abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz how do you say this word? You question asks how do you say 'This word'? So the obvious answer is that you say it as 'This word.'If you are asking how to say Abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz, the answer is you don't. It's the alphabet, therefore you say each individual letter unless you're spelling an actual word with them.
No. Say is a long A vowel word.
To say the word lightning in Latin, a person would say the word "ignis." To say thunder in Latin, the word is "tonitrua."
No, you say the word that's colored.
To say the word enthusiastic in French you say the word enthousiaste. In the Italian language this word is said as entusiasta.
Yes, the word 'say' is a noun as a word for an expression of opinion; a word for the power to make or influence a decision; a word for a thing.The word 'say' is also a verb and an adverb.
To say the word "I" in French, one would say "je."
zeg is the word for say in Dutch. It is a word which suggest opportunity of expressing.
No, the word "say" has one syllable.