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[i:]

 

see fee be he pea knee seed feed bead heed peas knees seat feet beat heat peace niece

 

1. [ʹpli:zd tə ʹmi:t ju] Pleased to meet you.

2. [ɪksʹtri:mz mi:t] Extremes meet.

3. [ʹgri:k mi:ts ʹgri:k] Greek meets Greek.

4. [ʹi:v wɪl ju ʹpli:z ʹri:d] Eve, will you, please, read?

5. [hi ʹspi:ks tʃaɪʹni:z ənd ʹdʒæpəni:z wɪð ʹi:kwəl ʹi:z] He speaks Chinese and Japanese with equal ease.

 

[ɑ:]

 

are bar car char far star arm bard card charge farm starve art bart cart chart farce start

1. [ʹstɑ:t ðə ʹkɑ:] Start the car.

2. [ʹhi: lɑ:fs ʹbest hu ʹlɑ:fs ʹlɑ:st] He laughs best who laughs last.

3. [ði ɪgʹzæm wɪl bi ʹrɑ:ðə ʹhɑ:d tə ʹpɑ:s] The exam will be rather hard to pass.

4. [aɪ ʹkɑ:nt ʹsteɪ ɑ:ftə ʹklɑ:sɪz] I cant stay after classes.

5. [hau ʹsmɑ:t ju ʹɑ: ʹɑ:nt ju: ʹmɑ:k] How smart you are, arent you, Mark?

 

[ɔ:]

 

or bore saw thaw tore nor pour Awed board sawed thawed toward gnawed poured ought bought sort thought taught naught port

 

1. [ʹɔ:l əʹbɔ:d] All aboard!

2. [ɪts ʹɔ:l ʹjɔ: ʹfɔ:lt] Its all your fault.

3. [tə ʹkᴧt ə ʹlɔŋ stɔ:rɪ ʃɔ:t] To cut a long story short.

4. [fɔ:ʹwɔ:nd ɪz fɔ:rʹɑ:md] Forewarned is forearmed.

5. [tə ʹtɔ:k tə mɔ:t ɪz laɪk ʹtɔ:kɪŋ tə ðə ʹwɔ:l] To talk to Mort is like talking to the wall.

 

[u:]

 

too boo rue who coo sou Lou Tomb booed rude whom cooed soon lose tooth boot route hoot coot soup loose

1. [ʹpru: ʹnju: ʹhu:z ʹhu:] Prue knew whos who.

2. [ju ʹnju: ɪts tru: ʹdɪdnt ju] You knew its true, didnt you?

3. [ʹri:d ðə ʹnju:speɪpə rɪʹvju: ʹθru: ənd ʹθru:] Read the newspaper review through and through.

4. [ʹru:pət wɪl du: ʹbju:tɪfəlɪ] Rupert will do beautifully.



5. [ʹdəunt ju bi: tu: su:n bru:s] Dont you be too soon, Bruce.

 

[ə:]

 

sir fir her burr blur purr err serve firm heard bird term purred earn surf first hurt burst learn pert irk

1. [ʹsə:tnlɪ sə:] Certainly, sir.

2. [aɪv əuvəʹhə:d ðə ʹwə:d] Ive overheard the word.

3. [ʹə:nɪst ɪz dɪʹtə:mɪnd tə ʹlə:n ʹdʒə:mn] Ernest is determined to learn German.

4. [ʹə:nə ɪz ə ʹprovə:b ənd ə ʹbaɪwə:d] Erna is a proverb and a byword.

5. [ʹᴧndə ðə ʹsə:kəmstənsɪz ʹdə:k prɪfə:d tu ʹə:n hɪz ʹlɪvɪŋ] Under the circumstances Dirk preferred to earn his living.

 

 

 

[ɪ]

 

in is his thing give it isnt if miss tick pity ditty minute women silly ill fill till pill bill any many city army lady

1. [ɪz ʹmɪkɪ ɪn] Is Mickey in?

2. [ɪts ðə ʹlɪmɪt] Its the limit.

3. [ɪt ʹɪz ʹrɪtn ɪn ʹsɪmpl ʹɪnglɪʃ ʹɪznt ɪt] It is written in simple English, isnt it?

4. [ʹaɪ θɪŋk ɪts ə bɪt ʹθɪk] I think its a bit thick.



5. [ɪf ɪt ʹɪznt ʹfɪlɪp] If it isnt Philip!

 

[e]

 

men said end gem ebb pet best neck left pence better merry any many ready tell bell fell sell well

1. [ʹwel ʹsed] Well said.

2. [ʹwel aɪ ʹnevə] Well, I never.

3. [ʹverɪ ʹwel ðen] Very well then.

4. [ði ʹendʒɪn went ʹded] The engine went dead.

5. [ɪt ʹðen ʹsetlz ðe ʹkwestʃən] It then settles the question.

 

[æ]

 

add bag ham pan lab that back hat pant lap marry parrot wagon happy fancy Al Alma pal shall balcony

 

1. [ʹðæts ʹflæt] Thats flat.

2. [ʹkæn ju ɪʹmædʒɪn ʹðæt] Can you imagine that?

3. [ʹpæt ʹkænɔt kætʃ ðæt] Pat cannot catch that.

4. [ʹhi ðæt ʹhætʃɪz ʹmætʃɪz ʹhætʃɪz ʹkætʃɪz] He that hatches matches hatches catches.

5. [ʹðæts ʹbæd ʹgræmə] Thats bad grammar.

 

[ɔ]

 

on odd dog gone fog off ox clock loss moth sorry waffle coffee orange opera doll golf sol Pol loll

1. [ʹpɔsɪblɪ ʹnɔt] Possibly not.

2. [əʹpɔn maɪ ʹɔnə] Upon my honour!

3. [ʹwɔt ə ʹlɔt əv ʹnɔnsəns] What a lot of nonsense!

4. [ʹdɔt wɔnts ən ʹɔfɪs dʒɔb] Dot wants an office job.

5. [ʹdʒɔnz ʹdɔg gɔt ʹlɔst] Johns dog got lost.

 

[u]

 

good could would should room look put foot book push woman sugar pudding butcher cushion full bull wool wolf wolves

1. [ʹkud ju if ju ʹwud] Could you if you would?

2. [ɪt ʹluks ʹgud] It looks good.

3. [ʹhɪəz jɔ ʹkukbuk] Heres your cook-book.

4. [ʹput jɔ ʹfut ʹdaun] Put your foot down.

5. [ʹfulə tuk ʹgud ʹeim] Fouler took good aim.

 

[ᴧ]

 

come some none done won cut but just shut must mummy hurry other under southern dull bulk cult pulse bulge

1. [ʹtᴧf ʹlᴧk ʹdʒᴧst maɪ ʹlᴧk] Tough luck! Just my luck!

2. [ʹplᴧk ᴧp jɔ ʹkᴧrɪdʒ] Pluck up your courage!

3. [ʹðɛəz ə ʹbʌs ʹkʌmɪŋ ʹhᴧrɪ ʹᴧp] Theres a bus coming. Hurry up!

4. [ʹkᴧm tə ʹlᴧntʃ ʹbᴧnɪ] Come to lunch, Bunny.

5. [ʹgᴧst ʹmᴧsnt ʹtrᴧst tə lᴧk] Gust mustnt trust to luck.

 

[ə]

 

Africa America cinema Anna sofa commander gorilla to go to come bag of bones about away absent present a dog mother father brother sister either Russia teacher agent pleasure measure potato perplex forsake surprise to cut

1. [ju kən ʹθɪŋk ʹbetə ɑ:ftə ə ʹnaɪts ʹsli:p] You can think better after a nights sleep.

2. [ðeɪ ə ʹbəuθ əv ə ʹhɛə] They are both of a hair.

3. [aɪ ʹmᴧst əv bɪn mɪsʹteɪkn] I must have been mistaken.

4. [ðə mᴧst bɪ ʹnəu dɪʹleɪ] There must be no delay.

5. [ʹnɔt ðæt aɪ ʹnəu ɔv] Not that I know of.

 

[eɪ]

 

a may bay say grey way play aid made bade save grade wave played eight mate bait safe great waif plate

1. [ʹmeɪk ʹheɪst] Make haste.

2. [ʹseɪv jɔ ʹpeɪnz] Save your pains.

3. [ʹneɪm ðə ʹdeɪ] Name the day.

4. [ʹheɪst ʹmeɪks ʹweɪst] Haste makes waste.

5. [ʹsmɔ:l ʹreɪn leɪz ʹgreɪt ʹdᴧst] Small rain lays great dust.

 

[aɪ]

 

I high tie why rye sigh lie try eyed hide tide wide ride side lied tried ice height tight white right sight light trite

1. [ʹtaɪm ʹflaɪz] Time flies!

2. [ʹmaɪnd jɔ:r ʹaɪ] Mind your eye!

3. [ənd ʹpɪgz ʹmaɪt ʹflaɪ] And pigs might fly.

4. [aɪ hæd ə ʹwaɪt ʹnaɪt] I had a white night.

5. [waɪ ðə ʹpleʒəz ɪnʹtaɪəlɪ ʹmaɪn] Why, the pleasures entirely mine.

 

[ɔɪ]

 

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1. [ʹbɔɪz ʹwɪl bi ʹbɔɪz] Boys will be boys.

2. [ðə ʹnɔɪz ɪz əʹnɔɪɪŋ] The noise is annoying.

3. [ɪts bɪʹjɔnd ðə ʹpɔɪnt] Its beyond the point.

4. [ʹwɔts ðə ʹbɔɪlɪŋ ʹpoɪnt əv ʹɔɪl] Whats the boiling point of oil?

5. [ðɛəz ʹnəu ʹdʒɔɪ wɪðaut əʹlɔɪ] Theres no joy without alloy.

 

[au]

 

bow cow how plough bowed cowed hound ploughed bout count house louse

1. [ʹnau ʹnau] Now, now.

2. [ʹaut əv ʹdaut] Out of doubt.

3. [ʹkaunt braun ʹaut] Count Brown out.

4. [ɪts ʹbaund tə bi ʹfaund ʹaut] Its bound to be found out.

5. [ʹaut əv ðə ʹhaus tə ðə ʹgraundz] Out of the house to the grounds!

 

[əu]

 

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1. [ʹəu ʹnəu] Oh, no!

2. [aɪ səʹpəuz səu] I suppose so.

3. [ʹnəu ʹgəu] No go.

4. [ðəz ʹnəu ʹnəuɪŋ] Theres no knowing.

5. [ʹstəunz grəu ʹəuld] Stones grow old.

 

[ɪə]

 

near dear here cheer queer sheer museum nearly fearful clearly theatre merely real ideal burial material cereal imperial

1. [ʹdɪə ʹdɪə] Dear, dear.

2. [ðə ʹmɪə aɪʹdɪə əʹpɪəz ʹfɪəful] The mere idea appears fearful.

3. [ɪts ə ʹkjuərɪəs ɪksʹpɪərɪəns] Its a curious experience.

4. [ʹɔ:lz ʹkwɪə ʹhɪə] Alls queer here.

5. [ʹnɪər ənd ʹdɪə] Near and dear.

 

 

[ɛə]

 

air bear hare share pear chair their airs bears hares shares pears chairs theirs aware compare prepare careful affair daring parents

1. [ʹðɛə ʹðɛə] There, there!

2. [ʹbɛə ənd fəʹbɛə] Bear and forbear.

3. [ʹaɪ ʹdɛə swɛə] I dare swear.

4. [ɪts ʹleɪt tə ʹtɛə jɔ ʹhɛə] Its late to tear your hair.

5. [ʹðɛəz ʹwɛə ðeɪ ə rɔŋ] Theres where theyre wrong.

 

[uə]

 

tour sure poor moor doer tours surely poorly moors doers cure fewer lure pure youre curious fury lured purely steward cruel usual mutual habitual fuel

1. [ʹwel aɪm ʹʃuə] Well, Im sure.

2. [fə ʹʃuə] For sure.

3. [kjuərɪʹɔsɪtɪ ɪz ɪnʹkjuərəbl] Curiosity is incurable.

4. [juə ə ʹduə fə ʹʃuə] Youre a doer for sure.

5. [ʹdju: fi:l sɪʹkjuə əʹbaut jɔ ʹfjuəl] Do you feel secure about your fuel?

 

[p]

peace part pair post pan happy sloppy poppy pepper flapper speak sport spell spade spoon reap lip top map cup apt except stopped hope to ripe corn

1. [spiːk ˈʌp] Speak up.

2. [ˈprezənt ˈkʌmpənɪ ɪkˈseptɪd] Present company excepted.

3. [ˈki:p ʌp əˈpɪərənsɪz] Keep up appearances.

4. [ˈpli:z pɔɪnt maɪ ˈpensl] Please, point my pencil.

5. [ðə ˈpjænəuz pɑ:st rɪˈpɛə] The pianos past repair.

[b]

beauty boom boy boast ball ebb cab sob rub lab table about hobby member my ball sobbed obtain rub down club Dan rob Peter

1. [ˈbi: ˈbri:f] Be brief.

2. [ə ˈbæd ˈdʒɔb] A bad job.

3. [ə ˈbæd ˈblʌndə] A bad blunder.

4. [ˈbædz ðə ˈbest] Bads the best.

5. [ðə ˈbaɪtəz ˈbɪt] The biters bit.

[t]

tea task town top auntie water butter writer cat foot shut cant

1. [ˈwɔt ˈspɔ:t] What sport.

2. [ˈget ɪt ˈraɪt] Get it right.

3. [ˈkʌt ɪt ˈʃɔ:t] Cut it short.

4. [ˈtraɪ tə put ɪt ˈraɪt] Try to put it right.

5. [ˈdəunt ˈteɪk ɪt tə ˈhɑ:t] Dont take it to heart.

[d]

dog duck date deed dawn said bad old paid road couldnt wouldnt shouldnt hidden kidney cradle fiddle ladle meddle paddle

1. [ˈgud ˈdeɪ] Good day.

2. [ˈhau dju ˈdu:] How do you do.

3. [aɪd bi: dɪˈlaɪtɪd] Id be delighted.

4. [ˈmaɪnd ðə ˈhed] Mind the head.

5. [ˈgud ˈrɪdns] Good riddance.

[k]

castle key cape kit cat kept Newcastle account drinking liquor commander America dark make lock oak strike traffic

1. [ˈkraɪ ˈkwɪits] Cry quits.

2. [ˈkʌt ənd ˈkʌm əˈgeɪn] Cut and come again.

3. [ðə ˈkəust ɪz ˈklɪə] The coast is clear.

4. [ˈkenz əz ˈkəuld əz ə ˈkju:kəmbə] Kens as cold as a cucumber.

5. [ˈki:p kwaɪt ˈkwaɪət] Keep quite quiet.

[g]

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1. [ˈget ju: ˈgɔn] Get you gone!

2. [wʌn ˈgets ˈgrɪpt] One gets gripped.

3. [ˈgɛərɪ ɪz ə ˈgeɪ ˈdɔg] Gary is a gay dog.

4. [ˈgregərɪ ɪz ə ˈgəugetə] Gregory is a go-getter.

5. [ˈgrænɪ ˈgets maɪ ˈgəut] Granny gets my goat.

[tʃ]

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1. [ʹwɪtʃ ɪz ʹwɪtʃ] Which is which?

2. [ʹsᴧtʃ ʹkɑ:pəntəz sᴧtʃ ʹtʃɪps] Such carpenters, such chips.

3. [ʹnɔt mᴧtʃ əv ə ʹkætʃ] Not much of a catch.

4. [ðə ʹjə:z ʹti:tʃ ʹmᴧtʃ wɪtʃ ðə ʹdeɪz ʹnevə ʹnəu] The years teach much which the days never know.

5. [ʹventʃə ə ʹsmɔ:l ʹfɪʃ tə ʹkætʃ ə ʹgreɪt ʹwᴧn] Venture a small fish to catch a great one.

[dʒ]

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1. [tʃeɪndʒ ðə ʹsᴧbdʒɪkt] Change the subject!

2. [ʹdʒᴧstɪs ɪz ʹdʒᴧstɪs] Justices justice.

3. [ʹdʒu:n ɪz ə ʹprɔdɪdʒɪ əv ʹenədʒɪ] June is a prodigy of energy.

4. [ʹdʒu:n ʹmærɪdʒɪz ʹlᴧkɪ] June marriages lucky.

5. [dəunt ʹdʒest wɪð ʹedʒd ʹtu:lz] Dont jest with edged tools.

[m]

me more may my miss mess him hem ham hum Tom sum seems sums times aims rooms homes smoke smile not me stop Mike ask Ma spilt milk

1. [ˈkʌm wɔt ˈmeɪ] Come what may.

2. [ˈmenɪ ənd ˈmenɪ ə ˈtaɪm] Many and many a time.

3. [ˈmeɪk nəu mɪsˈteɪk] Make no mistake.

4. [ˈmenɪ ˈmen menɪ ˈmaɪndz] Many men many minds.

5. [ˈdʒʌst ə ˈməumənt məmɑ:] Just a moment, Mama.

[n]

no now near knee nor new in on sun moon send learn since aunt pence science sent learnt often snow written cotton unreal button

1. [ˈnau ənd ˈðen] Now and then.

2. [ˈreɪn ə ˈʃaɪn] Rain or shine.

3. [ɔn ˈnəu əˈkaunt] On no account.

4. [ˈnəu əˈfens ɪnˈtendɪd] No offence intended.

5. [ɪn ˈenɪ ɪˈvent] In any event.

 

[ŋ]

sing sang song sung young sings tongues longs fangs Youngs finger stronger anger English jungle think uncle anchor monkey ankle

1. [ʹnᴧθɪŋz ʹrɔŋ] Nothings wrong.

2. [ʹbrɪŋ ðəm əʹlɔŋ] Bring them along.

3. [ʹθæŋks fə ʹkɔ:lɪŋ] Thanks for calling.

4. [ʹstɔp ʹfɪdʒɪtɪŋ ɪts əʹnɔɪɪŋ] Stop fidgeting, its annoying.

5. [ʹevrɪθɪŋz ʹgəuɪŋ ʹrɔŋ] Everythings going wrong.

[f]

four foe far few first fat off life half self safe rough friend from front afraid free France

1. [ˈfɛər ɪˈnʌf] Fair enough.

2. [ˈfə:st ənd ˈfɔ:məust] First and foremost.

3. [ˈfɪl ɪn ðə ˈfɔ:m] Fill in the form.

4. [ˈfeɪs ˈfrʌnt ənd ˈlɪsn ˈkɛəfəlɪ] Face front and listen carefully.

5. [frəm ðə ˈfraɪɪŋ pæn ɪntə ðə ˈfaɪə] From the frying pan into the fire.

[v]

vast of never
verse have over
voice love river
vote live heavy
vex leave lives
van save twelve

1. [aɪv ˈnevə ˈhə:d əv ˈsti:v] Ive never heard of Steve.

2. [ˈvɪviz ˈveɪn əv hə ˈvɔɪs] Vivies vain of her voice.

3. [aɪv ˈgɪvn vɪk ðə ˈbest əv ədˈvaɪs] Ive given Vic the best of advice.

4. [juv bɪn ˈəuvəprəˈtektɪv əv ˈvaɪələ] Youve been overprotective of Viola.

5. [aɪv ˈnevə fəˈgɪvn ˈvɪərə] Ive never forgiven Vera.

[θ]

theme thought thigh thing thumb thin north south month youth truth birth fifths hearths lengths faiths Ruths Smiths three throw thread threw thrust throng

1. [ʹnᴧθɪŋ laɪk ʹju:θ] Nothing like youth.

2. [ʹθɪŋk θɪŋz ʹəuvə] Think things over.

3. [ʹθæŋk ju fə ʹnᴧθɪŋ] Thank you for nothing.

4. [ʹθred ənd ʹθrᴧm] Thread and thrum.

5. [wen ʹθri: ʹθə:zdɪz kᴧm təʹgeðə] When three Thursdays come together.

[ð]

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1. [ənd ʹðæts ʹðæt] And thats that.

2. [ʹðæts ʹnaɪðə hɪə nɔ ʹðɛə] Thats neither here, nor there.

3. [ʹðen ðɛəz əʹnᴧðə ʹθɪŋ] Then theres another thing.

4. [ʹwᴧn ʹlɔ: fə ðə ʹrɪtʃ əʹnᴧðə fə ðə ʹpuə] One law for the rich, another for the poor.

5. [aɪd ʹdu: ʹenɪθɪŋ ʹrɑ:ðə ðen ʹðæt] Id do anything rather than that.

[s]

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1. [ˈsəu ˈsɔrɪ] So sorry.

2. [ˈsi: ju ˈsu:n] See you soon.

3. [prɪˈsaɪslɪ səu] Precisely so.

4. [ɪt ˈmeɪks nəu ˈsens] It makes no sense.

5. [aɪ ˈkɑ:nt əkˈsept sʌtʃ ə ˈpuər ɪksˈkju:s] I cant accept such a poor excuse.

[z]

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1. [æz ju ˈpli:z] As you please.

2. [ˈdi:dz nɔt ˈwə:dz] Deeds not words.

3. [ˈhedz ə ˈteɪlz] Heads or tails.

4. [ˈi:zɪ ˈdʌz ɪt] Easy does it.

5. [hɪz ˈfɪŋgəz ər ˈɔ:l ˈθʌmz] His fingers are all thumbs.

[ʃ]

sheep shoe show shy ship shop fish wash bush hush dash wish ocean revolution social vacation pension Russia

1. [ˈʃu: ˈʃu:] Shoo, shoo!

2. [ˈstɔp ˈʃautɪŋ ənd ˈpuʃɪŋ ˈʃə:lɪ] Stop shouting and pushing, Shirley.

3. [ˈwɪʃɪz ˈdəunt ˈwɔʃ ˈdɪʃɪz] Wishes dont want dishes.

4. [aɪ ˈʃuə ˈwɪʃ ʃɪ wə ˈhɪə] I sure wish she were here.

5. [aɪ ˈwɪʃ ˈmɑ:ʃə wə ˈnɔt səu ʃɪlɪˈʃælɪ] I wish Marcia were not so shilly-shally.

[ʒ]

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1. [ˈmeʒə fə ˈmeʒə] Measure for measure.

2. [ˈi:t ət ˈpləʒə ˈdrɪŋk wɪð ˈmeʒə] Eat at pleasure, drink with measure.

3. [ʃi ˈwɛəz pəˈrɪʒjən ˈru:ʒ] She wears Parisian rouge.

4. [ə mɪˈrɑ:ʒ ɪz ən ɪˈlu:ʒn] A mirage is an illusion.

 

 

[h]

he harm horse who huge her high how hoist whole here hair him hen hat hop whom hut behave behind somehow a house the honey unhappy

1. [ˈhæpɪ ˈhɔlədɪ] Happy holiday!

2. [ˈhaus ənd ˈhəum] House and home.

3. [ˈhəuld jɔ ˈhed ˈhaɪ] Hold your head high.

4. [ˈhenrɪ ɪz ˈhʌŋgrɪ əz ə ˈhʌntə] Henry is hungry as a hunter.

5. [ˈevrɪ ˈmæn hæz hɪz ˈhɔbɪhɔ:s] Every man has his hobby-horse.

[l]

lead learn late light lip left will tell shall full all yell ultra will try shall draw all trees all dry all tricks

1. [ˈlɪv ənd ˈlə:n] Live and learn.

2. [ˈædəlts ˈəunlɪ] Adults only.

3. [ɪts ə ˈsmɔ:l ˈwə:ld] Its a small world.

4. [ˈlet wel əˈləun] Let well alone.

5. ˈlærɪ ɪz ˈpulɪŋ jɔ ˈleg] Larry is pulling your leg.

[w]

we work why way where sweet swift swam swan swore twice twelve twenty twin tweed queen quick quite question quiet

1. [ʹwaɪ ʹwᴧrɪ] Why worry?

2. [ʹtaɪm wə:ks ʹwᴧndəz] Time works wonders.

3. [ʹnəu ʹswi:t wiðʹaut səm ʹswet] No sweet without some sweat.

4. [wᴧn ʹnevə ʹnəuz wið ðə ʹweðə] One never knows with the weather.

5. [wi ʹsi: wɔt wi ʹwɪʃ tu] We see what we wish to.

 

[r]

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1. [ˈræk jɔ ˈbreɪnz] Rack your brains.

2. [ˈverɪ ˈtru:] Very true.

3. [ˈrɑ:ðə ˈkjuərɪəs] Rather curious.

4. [ɪts ˈrɑ:ðə ˈstreɪndʒ jet ˈtru:] Its rather strange, yet true.

5. [wen ˈæŋgrɪ ˈkaunt ə ˈhʌndrəd] When angry count a hundred.

[j]

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1. [ˈjes kənˈtɪnju:] Yes, continue.

2. [ðə ˈjə:r ɪz ˈjʌŋ jet] The year is young yet.

3. [aɪm ə ˈjə: ˈdænjəlz ˈsi:njə] Im a year Daniels senior.

4. [ju ˈwəunt ˈjel ˈwɪl ju] You wont yell, will you?

5. [ˈjes jɔ ˈfeɪs ɪz fəˈmɪljə] Yes, your face is familiar.

 

 

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