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SS1: ENGLISH LANGUAGE - 1ST TERM

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i.   /h/ as in house, rehearse

This sound does not occur in the final position. It is always spelt with the letter ‘h’. However, the letter ‘h’ is not pronounced in the following words: hour, honest, honour, honourable, heir, what, where, when, why, which.

ii.  / t∫ / as in chew, discharge, search

Note various spellings of the sound /t∫ /.

ch – chalk, teach, rich, chin, chain

t – nature, lecture, future, feature

tch – watch, butcher, catch, batch

te – righteous

iii. /ʤ/ as in June, rejoice, forge

Consider various spellings of /ʤ/.

ch – sandwich

dg – edge, badge, ledger, midget

dj – adjective, adjourn, adjoin, adjacent

di/du – soldier, individual, procedure

g/ge – gist, gem, gender, ingest, large

gg – suggest

j – James, joke, Jew, judge, joy

iv. /m/ as in man, remain, roam

This sound occurs in all three positions. It is always spelt with the letter ‘m’ and the letter is never silent.

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