Is it true that there is this rule for the letter Y at the end of a word: If the word is one syllable, like cry, the y is pronounced like a long i. If the word is 2 syllables, the y at the end of a word is pronounced like a long e.
Thank you for answering.
I guess that means you would decry such a rule.
Ah thod00! But you intensify my meaning!
Ceratainly -fy endings that come after a vowel take the "cry" type of Y sound.
It's not much of a rule, is it?
Last edited by RonBee; 09-Mar-2009 at 02:08. Reason: delete "quantity"
I say: Fructify that rule!