Does the word 'brick' have a long you sound?
No, there is no letter "u" in "brick".
The I has a short I sound, as in click or trick.
The word "vines" has no A or A sound in it. The word "vanes" has a long A sound.
The word "say" has a long vowel sound--specifically, the long "a" sound.
No. The A has a schwa sound. The EE is a long E sound, though.
The word is has a short i sound, not a long e.
The word 'duties' does not have the long I sound. The IE together in this word have the long E sound. This comes from the long E sound of the Y in the singular (duty).
Yes, the word 'pirate' does have the long I sound. Another word with this sound is virus.
No, there is no long vowel sound in the word "ladder".
the word youth has a long "u" sound.
I has a long sound.
The word spider has a long I vowel sound. If you find that the vowel makes the same sound in the word as it does when saying it in the alphabet, it will be long.
Yes the word library does have a long E sound. The long E sound is coming from the Y in the end of the word. Hopefully this answer was helpful to you.
The word employee has a short E sound, an OY sound, and a long E sound.
Yes, the word made has a long a sound. Other examples of long a words are say, cake, paid, and weigh. There are many ways to spell the long a sound.
The word 'sky' does not have the long e sound. The letter y in the word makes the long i sound. The word 'ski' does have the long e sound. But of course you would ski under the blue sky.
No. The word fact has a short A sound, as in fat and tact. With a long A sound, it would be "faked."
Yes, the word tree has a long E sound.
The word ninth has a long I sound as in nine.
The word grass has a long vowel sound.
Yes, it is. It has the long YOO vowel sound (U). This sound is heard in the word "fuel" as opposed to the long OO vowel sound in "fool."
There is no long vowel sound in "last" (it has a short A sound). The similar word that has the long A is laced.
No, the vowel sound in him is a short i sound. An example of a word with a long i sound is time.
The word has a short E and a long YOO (U) sound.
yes the word beetle does have a long e sound fyi
yes: the short a sound is in the word apple the long a sound is in the word cake
The vowel sound in the word "toast" is a long O sound - the word is pronounced /toÊŠst/.
The e in the word menu has a short vowel sound, and the u has a long vowel sound.
No, the word table has a long a sound.
No. The O in do has a long OO (long U) sound. The word do rhymes with woo and coo.
'They' is pronounced with a long 'a' sound, as in the word 'day'.
Long A sound
Yes. The A has a long A sound (ay).
The word has a short A sound and a short I sound.
There is one schwa sound and one long vowel sound. The O has a schwa (unstressed) sound, and the first E has a long E sound (kum-pleet).
Yes, the word 'these' does have the long e sound. Another word that has only one e that makes the long E sound is eve. You might notice that both have another E after the consonant and that extra E is a clue that the word has the long E sound.
The vowel sound in "boy" is neither long nor short. It is a diphthong consisting of an "o" followed by an "ee" (long "e") sound. A word with a short "o" sound is "Bob", and a word with a long "o" sound is "bone".
The word "Lady" consists of two separate vowel sounds. Both vowel sounds are long. The long "A" sound and the long "E" sound.
It has a long "A" sound, so long.
The word 'type' does not have the long e or the short a vowel sound. The letter y in type is the long i sound and the E is silent.
No. The word tool has a long OO sound. It rhymes with cool, fool, and pool. The long O (oh) sound is seen in the word toll.
The word "flute" has the long OO sound, as in boot, moot, and suit.
The word 'weigh' has a long 'a' sound. It is pronounced exactly the same as the word 'way'.
The word pin has a short I sound. (The long I is seen in the word pine.)
The word "ascertain" has a long A sound from the AI pair.
The word 'sneaker' does not have the short e sound. The combination EA makes the long E sound as in sneak and peek. The EA pair does not always make the long E sound. For example EA in the word 'bread' is a short E sound, and in the word 'break' it has a long A sound.
The word "Lady" has two long vowel sounds. The "y" acts as a vowel in this word. The long "A" sound and the long "E" sound are both present in the word "Lady."
No. The word "mood" has a long OO sound (long U). The word moody rhymes with the name Judy.
The word is railroad. The AI has a long A sound, and the OA has a long O sound.
No. It has a long A sound, because Y after a vowel does not usually sound like I. The word that does have the long I is rye.
No. The word proof has a long OO (long U) sound as in roof. The long O (oh) is seen in the word profess.