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    TS II Lesson 28

    I am sure this has been addressed but I can't find it in a search (even using site: ___)

    For Traditional Spelling II, Lesson 28:

    Why is 'played' considered two syllables?

    I'm preparing for this coming week and realize that 'played' has a bullet between the base word and the suffix. When I say the word, it's one syllable. Same as 'cried'.

    The dictionary also shows it as one syllable.

    What am I missing?

    Thanks!
    Lauren
    Mama to 5 Sweet Ones

    2020-2021:
    10th grade DS: Mix of MP materials, MPOA, and local classes
    8th grade DD: 8M and 3rd Form with MPOA
    6th grade DD: Mostly 6M
    4th Grade DD: Mostly 4NU
    3.5 yo DS: Copious amounts of time outside beating on things with sticks; MP Preschool and Mom Extras 2-3 days a week

    #2
    Hmm. And what about 'studied' and 'studying' from the same list? There are no bullets for syllables.

    I looked in the corrections section but couldn't find anything.
    Mama to 5 Sweet Ones

    2020-2021:
    10th grade DS: Mix of MP materials, MPOA, and local classes
    8th grade DD: 8M and 3rd Form with MPOA
    6th grade DD: Mostly 6M
    4th Grade DD: Mostly 4NU
    3.5 yo DS: Copious amounts of time outside beating on things with sticks; MP Preschool and Mom Extras 2-3 days a week

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      #3
      Good evening Laura,

      You're not missing anything; those three words are affected by typos. The correct syllabication is played (1 syllable), stud-ied (2 syllables), and stud-y-ing (3 syllables). Thank you for catching these!
      Michael
      Memoria Press

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