Knowing how to read and write the sounds of a language is fundamental. By using different ways to spell the same sound, the vocab of English is increased. Learning the patterns associated with each phoneme sees students breaking through all sorts of limits. I trust that this document helps you become familiar with this and apply it. ALNS’ The Phonemes of English & How to Spell Them is available as an MS Word document and/or .pdf file.
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