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A long vowel sound is one that says the name of the letter (U can be OO or YOO). The sounds are ay, ee, eye, oh, and oo/yoo. For example, age, ache and able are all long A words.
Monkeys make different sounds depending on their mood. When they want attention and/or food, they can be very vocal.
It depends on how you pronounce "tour." The R influences the OO sound, which sounds like the long OO in too followed by an (ur). Dictionaries show this as a short OO as in good and foot, but it is much closer to a long OO sound. The same sound appears in the words boor, poor (pour), and spoor. Words with a long OO include: U words with a silent E (tune, dude) UE words (due, clue) OU words (ghoul) Words with a YOO sound as in humid, human, mule, cute, feud, and fuel.
Yes. Also the rhyming words moon, loon, and cocoon have long U (OO) sounds.
No. It has a short OO sound. This is clearer if you compare the short OO words good and should, because sure has the same first sounds as should.The long U (OO) sound is heard in the unusual term shoer, which rhymes with doer and newer.
Two O's beside each other make different sounds as in food, look, blood, and door. Mostly two O's beside each other make the long "u" sound.
It never sounds like "you" because the double oo sound has no y-glide.
Letters represent sounds created in speech, and the combinations of sounds that create spoken words. Different languages have different words for the same concepts or things, and different rules for how letters are to be pronounced.
They are homographs.
Word that have a short U (uh) sound:done, dove, donkey, dozenfrontglovelovemonk, monkeysome, son(Similarly the OO sounds like a short U in blood and flood.)
Consonance, as opposed to assonance of vowel sounds or alliteration of sounds at the beginning of words.