DISK 108.

If however these letters are used as a "suffix", ie. added on to other words, they make the sound "ubull", so we have on this disk:

changeable * believable

In the second word, "believable", the E on the end of the word believe has been dropped when the ABLE suffix was added; however in the first word, "changeable", which introduces the letter combination N G E, the letter E at the end of the word "change" has been retained when the suffix "-able" was added, in order to keep the G sound "soft", as "juh".

Your turn to read the words on this disk:

(pause) Yes, they are:

changeable * believable

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