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Phonology : vowels

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Phonology : vowels

Phonologie

Définition

SIT STILL rule
Simple vowels letter followed by a symbol consonant or a double consonant arte pronounced with the laxe vowel Ex : hill
CAKE rule
Simple vowels letters followed by a single consonant letter + vowel letter (mute and final) is pronounced with a tense value EXEPT IF IT IS A < r > Ex : face, price, goose
The OLD transformation rule
< O > finished by LD, LK, LL is pronounced with a tense value (exept for doll) -> its an exeption of the SIT STILL rule
ASK words
A group of words in which the a is pronounced with the START and not the STRAP

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