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    Smile Sounds represented by 'eu'

    5jj has done the sensible thing, and the question's answered. But by chance I've been thinking about producing a book that maps vowel-sound spellings to sounds, with reference to the Macmillan English Dictionary. And I chose to produce a test, using the spelling 'eu'.

    The enclosed zip file includes the htm files.

    You'll have to download and install the techphonetic font to enjoy this in all its glory. Open BVAV-D-EU.htm to start and have at it!


    PS My main reference is MED, and the book doesn't address Am Eng.
    PPS This started life in the 'geuka' note, but that story's finished.
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    Last edited by BobK; 15-Jun-2011 at 11:08. Reason: Made ZIP file work; added PSs

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