Tuesday, April 12, 2011

April 12 2011


1. French Vowel Triangle

2. Liason: Pronunciation of a normally silent final consonant at end of word to link with next word beginning with a vowel, a glide, or mute "h"

3. Elision: Omission of a sound, such as the dropping of mute "e"

4. Nasals: Any vowel-letter(s) followed by "m" or "n" is usually nasalized unless this "m" or "n" is followed by:

a. a vowel-letter or vowel sound in same word, or
b. an m, n, or h in same word.

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