DISK 114.

Next we have words whose main sounds fall into the "ah - a - ee - o - oo - yew" complementary positions around the circle, but whose spelling is again rather peculiar. As we go around the circle, there will be a pause after each set of words, for you to repeat them.

Such words are:

aardvark * lager * plant * clerk * heart * hearth *
draught * laugh * guard * Guatemala * [pause]

Notice that G followed by U here makes a "gwuh" sound.

weigh * weight * freight * great * (as in "wonderful" or "large") * [pause]

deign * feign * yea (and even) oyez! (Olde English) * [pause]

they * their (belonging to them) * there (i.e. not here) * gauge * [pause]

receive * seize (the exception to the rule "I before E except after C") * [pause]

read (present tense) * lead (to go in front of) * cuisine * ski-ing * [pause]

key (for a lock) * quay (for a boat) * he * we * me * ye * [pause]

-eau (suffix at ends of words, from the French) *

own * grown * flown * shown * [pause]
sew * sewn * folk * yolk * mould * shoulder * [pause]

grew * you * shoe * prove * to (towards) * two (the number) * [pause]

tour * would * could * should * [pause]

beauty * usually *[pause]

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