con-gre-ga-tion-al

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I'm writing a text and I need to pass to another line. The last word of the line I am writing is congregational, which have this syllables: con-gre-ga-tion-al.

 

Can I separate it between two lines in any of its syllables? I mean, Can I do this:

 

con-

gregational

 

congre-

gational                        

 

??

asked Jun 07 '11 at 13:11 coraliecinq New member

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Either way would work, but I personally think you shouldn't break words like that at all. It really throws off the reader. I generally think it's better to have one line a bit shorter than splitting up words. 

 

If you do want to split it, I believe the ways you mentioned are both correct.

link comment answered Jun 07 '11 at 19:59 Revisery.com Contributor

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