DISK 58.

We can also make this same "vowel sound" in a number of other ways. The letter A followed by W sounds the same, as in:

awe * jaw * saw * fawn * sawn * squawk.

Note that the word "awe" has a "Silent E" which doesn't seemingly do anything at all. The final word, "squawk", introduces the double brick W K.

Now you read the words on this disk:

(pause) Yes, they are:

awe * jaw * saw * fawn * sawn * squawk.













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