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  1. Newbie
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    help in vowles

    there is a confusion in sounding a vowel for an example ,the word is TIME ,here we give "I" THE ORIGNAL SOUND AND "E" IS SILENT
    on the other side "SQUEAMISH" in this word U .E,A and I are 4 vowels the problem is that we give ORIGNAL SOUND TO THE LETTER "U" Which IS THE first what sound we will be giving to E and A and I and which letter will be the silent,
    please give me more information about vowels and what they do when we use them

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    Re: help in vowles

    Hi, farahkhan.

    I hope this helps clarify your confusion about vowels and spelling.

    English orthography - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Reading from Scratch - Spelling Rules
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