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    In English it can often be very confusing when you see a word written down to know how to say it.

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    This section has some simple rules and examples that will greatly improve your
    pronunciation and save you much time in learning English pronunciation.
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    ? One Or Two Syllables At The End Of A Word
    There are many words in English where it is not clear whether there is an extra syllable at the end.
    For example,
    is 'liked' all one syllable, or two
    How about 'added'?
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    Now you most likely know these words, however how do you pronounce a word you have not seen before?
    Here are some rules that will help you in this situation.
    'ed' At The End Of A Word
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    Most of the time, 'ed' at the end of a word does not mean there is a separate syllable. For exampled 'liked' is a one syllable word.


    Here are some examples of words that follow this rule:
    liked
    disturbed
    performed
    exposed

    However there are some common exceptions, when the following letters come before 'ed'
    d e i o t u

    For example words that end with 'ded', 'eed', 'ied' all have two syllables at the end.
    Here are some words that break this rule:
    added
    attended
    collected
    applied

    These are two syllable words because d/e/i/o/t/u come before the 'ed'
    'e' At The End Of A Word

    Rules:
    It is a separate syllable when the following letters come before 'e'
    a e i o
    It is a not a separate syllable when the following letters come before 'e'
    b c d f g h k n p u z
    Examples
    Rule 1:
    agree
    referee
    movie

    Rule 2: tube
    type
    bone


    Special Letters And Letter Combinations
    Here are some letters and letter combinations that can sometimes be difficult. Some common rules are shown to help you.

    How To Pronounce 'c'

    'c' is a difficult letter, because sometimes it is pronounced 'hard' like a 'k' in 'cake' and other times it is 'soft' like a 's' in 'nice'
    Rules:
    If 'c' is before 'a', 'o' or 'u' then it is often said like a 'k'
    Examples:
    'academy'
    'balcony'
    and 'acute'
    all have the 'c' pronounced like a 'k'

    If it is before and 'e' or an 'i' it is often said like an 's'
    Examples:
    'adjacent'
    and 'acid'
    have the 'c' pronounced like an 's'


    How To Pronounce 'g'

    The letter 'g' is most often pronounced like in 'go', however sometimes it can be pronounced as a 'j' sound, like the 'j' sound in 'just'

    Rule:
    It is a 'j' sound when it is followed by 'e: 'i' or 'y'

    Examples:
    'age'
    'cage'
    'agile'
    and 'strategy'
    all have 'j' sound

    Exceptions:
    Begin
    giddy
    and foggy.

    These have the 'g' sound

    The combination 'wh'
    This is usually pronounced as a 'w' sound like in 'white'. However there are some exceptions, where it is pronounced like an 'h' sound:

    Exceptions:
    Who
    whoever
    whole


    The combination 'gh'

    This is an unusual combination because when it is in the middle of the word, it has no sound at all!

    Example:
    bright is pronounced 'br ii t'
    The vowel before 'gh' is often long.

    When it is at the beginning of a word, it is pronounced as 'g'

    Examples:
    ghostghastly
    At the end of the word, it can sometimes be pronounced 'f'


    Examples:
    Cough
    enough
    laugh
    rough
    tough


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