Many languages the world over use different approaches to prevent the sequence of two adjacent vowels. These vowels belong to two different syllables. This is a phenomenon called vowel hiatus. This book unearths through phonological discussions the strategy Ewe employs to break the vowel cluster. Areas covered in the book include the effect of deletion on syllables, positional faithfulness, vowel hiatus resolution, phonological behaviour of Ewe lexical categories, Ewe noun prefixes,vowel quality, tones and the nasal feature. This work is especially useful to students and lecturers of linguistics and anyone else who may be considering taking a course in linguistics. It is also a recommended book to people who are interested in knowing some aspects of the Ewe language.