Sometimes we find the a sound produced in other ways, not always using the "silent E at the end of a word". We may find A plus I together making an a sound.
Combining this with other "double combinations using R" (as in F R, "fruh", G R, "gruh", T R, "truh", we have the words shown at the "3 o'clock" position on the first circle.
Reading clockwise we first have the word truh - a - puh, making trap, then:
frail * grail * trail, and then grip and frog.
Now you read them:
(pause) Yes, they are:
trap * frail * grail * trail * grip * frog.
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