Two examples of sound / i:/ in words represented with different spellings.

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can you be more specific?
This is a long vowel sound in English. During the articulation of this sound
the front of the tongue is raised in the direction of the hard palate to a position almost near close. tongue is tense and lips are spread to
ohkay i have no idea what you're talking about.I'm sorry i don't know the answer.

Answers

2016-03-08T19:57:02+05:30
 bead= /bi:d/, beat= / bi:t/
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