A long e is the the long ee sound in words such as bee. Examples: # Long e sound at the beginning: eagle, eel, eat, Egypt, emu, equal # Long e sound in the mi…ddle: leaf, peas, meal , keys, sheep # Long e sound at the end: three, me, tea, free, she
Yes. The long OO sound is a long U, as in dune and mood.
There are none. The A has a schwa sound, and the OU has the ou/ow sound as in the rhyming words sound and downed.
The most common pronunciation has a long I vowel sound in "bi" , a short I sound for the Y, and a schwa sound for the -le syllable.
Yes. The EA pair has a long E vowel sound, as in feat (feet) and beat (beet).
Yes, it contains the long "oo" sound.
Yes. The words bone and bones have a long O vowel sound, as in cone and phone.
No. There are two short I sounds in finish.
No. The I in twin has a short I sound, as in win and pin. The long I sound is heard in the word twine.
No. The O in clock has a short O sound, as in block and clot.
No. It has a short E, a short I, and usually a schwa for the final E.
No. There is a short vowel A and a schwa sound for the E : (WAW-turr) or (WAH-turr). (UK dialect may be WAW-tuh)
Yes, as the O has a long O sound, but the E has a short E vowel sound.
No. The E has a short E vowel sound, as in death and kept.