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THE WORD BOUNDARY HAS...
THIS WORD HAS FOUR VOWELS (COUNTING THE "Y"). BUT THE "OU" ACTS AS ONE VOWEL SOUND, LEAVING THREE SYLLABLES.

RULE #2 DIVIDE BETWEEN DOUBLE MIDDLE CONSONANTS.
WHEN YOU HAVE TWO CONSONANTS TOGETHER IN THE MIDDLE OF A WORD, YOU USUALLY DIVIDE BETWEEN THEM. IT DOESN"T MATTER IF THE CONSONANTS ARE DIFFERENT. REMEMBER THAT A CONSONANT IS ANY LETTER THAT IS NOT A VOWEL.
FOR EXAMPLE:
LETTER IS DIVIDED LET/TER .
BASKET IS DIVIDED BAS/KET.
SUDDENLY IS DIVIDED SUD/DEN/LY .
BETTERMENT IS DIVIDED BET/TER/MENT.

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