Dear teachers and members:
* This is the sequel of the part I
6°) The /ɜː/ sound. In american English (AmE) /ɜr/.
a) World / wɜːld/ (AmE) / wɜrld/
b) Worm / wɜːm/ (AmE) / wɜrm/
c) Word / wɜːd/ (AmE) / wɜrd/
d) Work / wɜːk/ (AmE) / wɜrk/
e) Attorney /əˈtɜːnɪ/ (AmE) /əˈtɜrnɪ/
* I have also noticed that when the vowel '' o '' takes the /ɜː/ sound, it is almost between the semivowel or semiconsonant '' w '' and the consonant '' r '', but there are exceptions to the rule.
7°) Strange cases of the spelling '' o '' in some words.
a) women / ˈwɪmɪn/ short '' I '' sound.
b) wolf / wʊlf/ short '' oo '' sound
Your assistance and help in this matter will be deeply appreciated.
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