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How many syllables are in the englishEnglish language?

I looked it up and most forums link to http://semarch.linguistics.fas.nyu.edu/barker/Syllables/index.txt an NYU*, an NYU site that no longer works. I would like to know how many unique syllables are used in the English dictionary (not possible syllables, but actually used syllables).

(*bonus: should the text in bold be "a NYU" or stay as is? If NYU wasn't abbreviated, it would be "a," but we say N as "en," so should I be writing it as if it will be read as NYU or New York University?)

How many syllables are in the english language?

I looked it up and most forums link to http://semarch.linguistics.fas.nyu.edu/barker/Syllables/index.txt an NYU* site that no longer works. I would like to know how many unique syllables are used in the English dictionary (not possible syllables, but actually used syllables).

(*bonus: should the text in bold be "a NYU" or stay as is? If NYU wasn't abbreviated, it would be "a," but we say N as "en," so should I be writing it as if it will be read as NYU or New York University?)

How many syllables are in the English language?

I looked it up and most forums link to http://semarch.linguistics.fas.nyu.edu/barker/Syllables/index.txt, an NYU site that no longer works. I would like to know how many unique syllables are used in the English dictionary (not possible syllables, but actually used syllables).

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How many syllables are there in Englishthe english language?

I looked it up and most forums link to http://semarch.linguistics.fas.nyu.edu/barker/Syllables/index.txt an NYU* site that no longer works. I would like to know how many unique syllables are used in the English dictionary, not (not possible syllables, but actually used syllables).

(*bonus: should the text in bold be "a NYU" or stay as is? If NYU wasn't abbreviated, it would be "a," but we say N as "en," so should I be writing it as if it will be read as NYU or New York University?)

How many syllables are there in English?

I looked it up and most forums link to http://semarch.linguistics.fas.nyu.edu/barker/Syllables/index.txt an NYU* site that no longer works. I would like to know how many unique syllables are used in the English dictionary, not possible syllables, but actually used syllables.

How many syllables are in the english language?

I looked it up and most forums link to http://semarch.linguistics.fas.nyu.edu/barker/Syllables/index.txt an NYU* site that no longer works. I would like to know how many unique syllables are used in the English dictionary (not possible syllables, but actually used syllables).

(*bonus: should the text in bold be "a NYU" or stay as is? If NYU wasn't abbreviated, it would be "a," but we say N as "en," so should I be writing it as if it will be read as NYU or New York University?)

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How many syllables are there in the english languageEnglish?

I looked it up and most forums link to http://semarch.linguistics.fas.nyu.edu/barker/Syllables/index.txt an NYU* site that no longer works. I would like to know how many unique syllables are used in the English dictionary (not, not possible syllables, but actually used syllables).

(*bonus: should the text in bold be "a NYU" or stay as is? If NYU wasn't abbreviated, it would be "a," but we say N as "en," so should I be writing it as if it will be read as NYU or New York University?)

How many syllables are in the english language?

I looked it up and most forums link to http://semarch.linguistics.fas.nyu.edu/barker/Syllables/index.txt an NYU* site that no longer works. I would like to know how many unique syllables are used in the English dictionary (not possible syllables, but actually used syllables).

(*bonus: should the text in bold be "a NYU" or stay as is? If NYU wasn't abbreviated, it would be "a," but we say N as "en," so should I be writing it as if it will be read as NYU or New York University?)

How many syllables are there in English?

I looked it up and most forums link to http://semarch.linguistics.fas.nyu.edu/barker/Syllables/index.txt an NYU* site that no longer works. I would like to know how many unique syllables are used in the English dictionary, not possible syllables, but actually used syllables.

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