Let’s look at the article below which will briefly discuss how many syllables in watermelon.
What is a syllable?
A syllable is a unit of sound used in a language. Every word is divided into one or more syllables, so the number of syllables in a word determines how many beats it has. For example, the word “watermelon” has three syllables, so it has three beats. In English, syllables are made up of a combination of vowels and consonants and are usually separated by a syllable boundary. Knowing how many syllables are in a word can help you to pronounce it correctly and to spell it correctly.