Letters With More Than One Sound: the Consonants

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3 comments on “Letters With More Than One Sound: the Consonants
  1. […] can be long with the Silent e pattern, Vowel Teams, Open Syllables, and Tricky Y. Two more important long vowel patterns to learn are: i and o can be long when followed by two […]

  2. […] or apart, Silent e often works just the same. (although sometimes ie makes a long E sound (see Letters With More Than One Sound), and o_e can make a short U sound. (some, […]

  3. […] in different ways. Many of the diphthongs are like this: OU & OW make the same sound (although OW can also make a long O sound), as do OI & OY. AU & AW make the same sound as a short […]

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