Pronunciación de las Vocales

ENGLISH * Reglas para pronunciar las vocales

1 – One Vowel Not at the End of a Word
 When there is only one vowel in a word and it is anywhere except at the end of a word, it usually has a short sound.  ANT SUN NET

2 –  One Vowel at the End of a Word
 Where there is only one vowel and it comes at the end of the word, it usually has a long sound. HE SHE NO GO

3 – Two Vowels in a Word Ending With the Vowel 'E'
When there are two or more vowels and the word ends with the vowel 'E', two things happen. The ending vowel 'E' is silent, and the vowel that comes before it has a long sound. WADE SIDE GATE HOLE

 4 – Two Different Vowels Together in a Word
 When two vowel letters are together, the first vowel letter has a long sound and the second vowel letter is silent. RAIN TIED SEAL CHEAT

5 – One Vowel Followed by Two Same Consonants
 When a word has a vowel followed by two of the same consonants in a row (called a double consonant), a short sound is used for the vowel. DINNER SUMMER PULL

6 – Double Same Vowels
 When a word has two of the same vowels in a row (called a double vowel), pronounce them as one vowel, using the long sound. This rule does not apply when 'O' is the double vowel. PEEK GREET VACUUM

7 – Double 'O' Vowel
 When 'O' is a double vowel, it makes different sounds. POOL FOOL TOOL BOOK


http://www.abcfastphonics.com/vowel-rules/one-vowel-not-at-end.html 

http://www.phonictalk.com/phonics_spelling_rules.php 

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