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Flashcards in vowels Deck (25):
1

What kind of vowel is [e]?

[e] is a voiced, tense, front, mid, vowel.

2

What sound does [u] make?

[u] sounds like 'lute', 'shoe', 'sue', or 'zoo'.

3

What kind of vowel is the schwa?

[e<] is a mid central, voiced, lax, unstressed, vowel.

4

What kind of vowel is [U]?

[U] is a voiced, lax, high, back, vowel.

5

What kind of vowel is [E]?

[E] is a voiced, lax, mid, front vowel.

6

What kind of vowel is [a]?

[a] is a voiced, lax, low, back, vowel.

7

What kind of vowel is [>]?

[>] is a voiced, stressed, lax, mid, central, vowel.

8

What kind of vowel is [o]?

[o] is a voiced, tense, mid, back, vowel.

9

What does [i] sound like?

[i] sounds like 'see', 'leap', 'key', 'me', 'sea'.

10

What does [>] sounds like?

[>] sounds like 'cup', 'hut', 'mud', or 'mother'.

11

What does [a] sound like?

[a] sounds like 'lop', 'hot', or 'father'.

12

What kind of vowel is [>c<]?

[] (backward 'c') is a voiced, lax, mid, back vowel.

13

[E] What sounds does it make?

[E] sounds like 'let', 'bet', 'dregs', or 'neck'.

14

What kind of vowel is [ae]?

[ae] is a voiced, lax, front, low, vowel.

15

What sound does [I] make?

[I] makes sounds like 'lip', 'bit', or 'did'.

16

Which does not belong? [e E o ae i I]

[e E ae i I] are all 'front' vowels, [o] does not belong; it is a 'back' vowel.

17

What sound does [U] make?

[U] sounds like 'book', 'put', or 'should'.

18

What kind of vowel is [u]?

[u] is a voiced, tense, high, back, vowel.

19

What does [o] sound like.

[o] sounds like 'lope', 'boat', 'so', or 'moe'.

20

What does [] (backward 'c') sound like?

[] sounds like 'awe', 'caught', 'law', 'fought', 'for', or 'core'.

*in SoCal most [>c>]'s are before an 'r' like 'for' or 'core'.

21

What kind of vowel is [i]?

[i] is a tense, voiced, front, high, vowel.

22

What kind of vowel is[I]?

[I] is a voiced, lax, front, high, vowel.

23

What does [e] sound like?

[e] sounds like 'play', 'mate', 'hey', or 'late.

24

What does [ae] sound like?

[ae] sounds like 'lap', 'mat', or 'jack'.

25

What does [] 'schwa' sound like?

[] sounds like ' above' 'sofa' or 'of'. it is UNSTRESSED, and used often.