) oeiore s, n, / + voiceiess consonant. A) <vwk, —
7l | u /" f^h, /" grass. gras/>. gnw/. dance. gr aft. h ", —~-
,v- k» ikL -<+éa&e
l'.UK *.utipc/- mnt. cant. ass, scantM. „
«jSPKgÖJ i) in the ending mand. / *yLu-£ / —
Afc.. i' ,. 1 ,i
^ ^ to command. rrJ^i-JL'
»*vj) 5)/n thy^s> mw*.A^wu
. f / , rather. father.,stander, can't. shan't. i^Ai \ - **,. u-v^
ïi/aI m j ^ntil a century ago the words mentioned lft>.»- *•
4 // - under 3) and 4) were pronounced , ,,tk ic'
with a — ce. This older sound may / j , still be heard esp. of late years. J>»',vAj
§ 20. /I = o. ? V- ^
:ss=—11'"" 1) In yacht (ch is mute) and c/ia/> (= kaak) which
is also sometimes written cAo/>.
1/ *•1 '* But chap = boy, fellovv, has a — ce.
, ^1» 2) Betvveen ze< and consonant,
h.f.v«o l ze'/m/. quantity. j 1 I.
t .A..h Exc:. a) between w and >• a = ó-
dIQ 1 y^T j
> lU War' Wart-
\ Query: Why has warren a = o? j>
. «f-" . , i \ 4 l'"*'
I^rMAw» I vWl40vj| (A/ X^
i l*Xv\ - w
') There is no longer any difference in préh. between wnss =
multitude and mnss = service in the R. C. Church.