Last in this category of odd spelling/pronunciation are those in the "attention seeking" positions and those which fall into the "I" circle. Again, as we go around the circle, there will be a pause after each set of words, for you to repeat them.
"aw" sound words:
cause * course * horse (the animal) * hoarse (voice gone)
* quart * quartz * water * ought * [pause]
"er" sound words:
absurd * curd * earth * dearth * search * [pause]
"ow" sound words:
doughty * blouse * douse * rouse * carouse * espouse * [pause]
Note that in these words the letter S makes a "zuh" sound.
"oi" sound words:
soya * Goya * foyer * [pause]
"I" sound words:
guide * choir * neither * either
* radii (plural of "radius") * naïve [pause]
The I of "naïve" has dots above it to denote the two syllables.
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