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English spelling and pronunciation patterns present particular problems to students. They often seem irregular and arbitrary. However, most of English spelling follows identifiable rules and patterns and with practice students can use them to predict pronunciation. These videos are designed to help students to associate spelling patterns with pronunciation. They can be used in class or for individual practice. As students view the spelling patterns they listen to the pronunciations and practise them as well if they want. More videos wil be added from time to time. If you want to embed these videos in your website, feel free to copy the code.

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Spelling and Pronunciation -a-e


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Spelling and Pronunciation -i-e


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Spelling and Pronunciation -o-e


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