Queue or Q (as in waiting in a queue or the letter Q)
* Aitch - aitc = h and * Queue - ueue = q
The word queue is pronounced like the letter "q" in English language. Removing the last four letters of the word leaves that "q" behind. Queue is the same as "q" is.
tinier, retina, retain
This question really asks why English pronunciation appears to be inconsistent. English has its roots in a number of origins. Comb comes from Germanic roots, tomb from Latin to French to Middle English, and bomb from Greek to Latin to Italian to French.The history of a word lingers in its spelling and pronunciation, much as people retain their accents and other elements of their roots even when they have come a long way from where they began.
After you open up the canned beans you have to warm them up and they will retain all of the original flavour when you eat
of course! PSLE English is a huge affect on your future . if u fail your english , u will either retain ! tuuutuuttutu
Allowed them to retain control of the sea.
Most trash found in a landfill retains its original weight, volume, and form for 40 years.
tenous, retain, contain,
They do. Toyota Matsuda Nissan but they do not write in Japanese letters. they retain their Japanese names. but writing using letters of the alphabet. to be easily understood by everyone
"You all and your managed object browser" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase voi e il vostro mob browser. The second person informal plural pronoun, conjunction, masculine singular definite article and pronoun, and English loan words model a feature of Italian whereby technology may retain its original spelling -- in this case -- or take on a translated equivalent, such as navigatore oggetto gestito. The pronunciation will be "voy ey eel VO-stro mohb BROO-ser" in Italian.
In Modern English, pronouns in the third person singular retain gender: his, hers, he, her, she, and him.
No. Temperature change is most common for changes in states of matter.
Often by accident, but mainly to retain original records as historical artifacts.
Enzymes are catalysts: Substances that retain their original chemical composition while bringing about a change in a substrate.
no it quarks and protons electrons and neutrons are made of quarks
It is not correct: if an atom is divided it is not the original atom.
When a substance changes but still retains its original properties, the change is called a physical change. If it didn't retain its original properties, then it went through a chemical change.