What is it called when you repeat vowel sounds?

What is it called when you repeat vowel sounds?

Types of repeating sounds: Assonance involves the repetition of only vowel sounds, whereas alliteration can involve the repetition of either vowel sounds or consonant sounds.

How do you identify a vowel sound in a word?

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What are Graphemes examples?

Here is an example of a 1 letter grapheme: c a t. The sounds /k/ is represented by the letter ‘c’. Here is an example of a 2 letter grapheme: l ea f. The sound /ee/ is represented by by the letters ‘e a’.

What is the dropping rule?

• Drop the ‘e’ rule is a very useful rule but like all rules there are exceptions. We usually drop the ‘e’ at the end of words when adding an ending that begins with a vowel suffix (e.g. -ing, -ed, -er, -able, -ous, ). write + ing = writing hope + ed = hoped excite + able = excitable.

What is the fizzle rule?

This is also known as the fizzle rule: If a one syllable word has a short vowel sound, the sounds /f/, /s/, /z/, /l/ are usually doubled.