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Speech Sounds Test

Speech Sounds Test

Please call Stella. Ask her to bring these things with her from the store: Six spoons of fresh snow peas, ...
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Vowel Key

Vowel Key

SymbolSpellingExample Words /i/e, ee, ea,eibe, bee, beat, either /ɪ/iit, sit, inside /ɛ/ebet, ever, extra /eɪ/a, ai, ayate, wait, say /aɪ/ieye, ...
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Vowels by Location

Vowels by Location

Front Central Back Close /i/ beat, peak /u/ boot, due /I/ bit, pick /ʊ/ book, hood Mid /eɪ/ bait, take ...
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International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) Vowel Chart

International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) Vowel Chart

General American English Vowel Chart. The chart, Figure 1- International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) Vowel Chart is the Wikipedia chart for ...
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Some Tips on Saying Vowels

Some Tips on Saying Vowels

Many English words start with vowels, for instance, “I,” “eye,” “ate,” “at,” “air,” and many more. Many times, in English, ...
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Vowels

Vowels

The first group of speech sounds I will cover are vowels. Vowels are the foundation of speech. They are produced ...
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Other Morphemes

Other Morphemes

The morphemes we have looked at so far are called bound morphemes because they have to be bound to a ...
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Simple Past "-ed" Morpheme

Simple Past “-ed” Morpheme

Just as you “add an ‘s’” to form the plural and third person singular, you “add an ‘-ed’” to form ...
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