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h
h
him
ey
ey
"a" they
"e" key

p
p
map
ie
ie
"e" field
"i" pie

v
v
viv id

teeth are placed on the lower lip at the same place for "f"
kn
kn
"n" knot

used only at the beginning of a base word
c
c
"k" can
"s" cent
c followed by e, i, or y says "s." Any other letter, "k."
ei
ei
"e" con ceit
"a" veil
"i" for feit
ai
ai
"a" paint

never used at the end of a word
ed
ed
"ed" grad ed
"d" loved
"t" wrecked
This is the past tense ending not like in 'red'
t
t
bat
dge
dge
"j" bridge

only used after single short vowels
oi
oi
point

never used at the end of a word
oe
oe
"o" toe
qu
qu
"kw" quit
igh
igh
"i" sigh
th
th
"th" thin (unvoiced)
"th" this (voiced)
ci
ci
"sh" fa cial
m
m
am
ough
ough
"o" though
"oo" through
"uf" rough
"of" cough
"aw" thought
"ow" bough
ui
ui
"oo" fruit
"u" suit

(same sounds as ew)
never used at the end of words
oa
oa
boat
n
n
in
ti
ti
"sh" na tion

wor
wor
works
si
si
"sh" se sion
"zh" vi sion
l
l
lag

"l" is sounded with the tongue point pressed against the roof of the mouth
eigh
eigh
"a" weigh
ch
ch
"ch" much
"k" school
"sh" chiv al ry
gh
gh
"g" ghost

used at the beginning of words
r
r
rat

"ruh" not "er"
wh
wh
when

blow softly on the palm of your hand (when, wheel, where)
o
o
"o" odd
"o" o pen
"oo" do
gn
gn
"n" gnat

(reign) used as a beginning and ending for words
d
d
lid
wr
wr
"r" wrap

silent 'w'
or
or
or
ph
ph
"f" phan tom
j
j
jam
Used at the beginning of a syllable
ur
ur
nurse
g
g
"g" bag
"j" gem
g can say "j" only when followed by e,i, or y
ee
ee
"e" see
k
k
ink
u
u
"u" up
"u" mu sic
"oo" put
f
f
if
a
a
"a" at
"a" na vy
"ah" want
ew
ew
"oo" grew
"u" new

(same sounds as for ui)
b
b
rib
au
au
fault

never used at the end of a word
s
s
"s" us
"z" as
aw
aw
law
sh
sh
dish
ay
ay
"a" day
ou
ou
"ow" round
"o" four
"oo" you
"u" coun try
ng
ng
rang

"ng" is a nasal sound
ar
ar
far
oo
oo
"oo" boot
"oo" foot
"o" floor
ir
ir
first
ow
ow
"ow" how
"o" low
ea
ea
"e" eat
"e" head
"a" break
y
y
yet

consonant letter is used at the beginning of a syllable
oy
oy
boy
i
i
"i" indian
"i" silent
er
er
her
w
w
wit

round the lips to say "w"
x
x
"ks" box
ear
ear
early
ck
ck
neck

used only after a single short vowel
z
z
zest