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Index for The Patterns of English Spelling Volume 9

Index for The Patterns of English Spelling Volume 9

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The Patterns of English Spelling
Volume IXAdvanced Phonic PatternsSuch as: "K" spelled qu "K" spelled ch "SH" spelled chqu ch chas in: queue chaos chefliquor mechanical machinerygrotesque monarch quicheandMiscellaneous RelativesByDon McCabeResearch Director
Copyright © 1997 AVKO Educational Research Foundation3084 W. Willard RoadClio, Michigan 48420Phone: (810) 686-9283 FAX (810) 686-1101
 
Volume 9, Page 2Fancy Spellings of the Sound "K""K"
is spelled
 
QU
if the word comes from the French, Spanish or Portugese.........................................PP. 901-904Examples: uni
qu
e bouti
qu
e
 
qu
iche
"K"
is spelled
 
CH
if the word comes from the Greek ............................................................................PP. 905-908Examples: me
ch
anical
 
ch
aos
 
Ch
ristianity
Fancy Spellings of the Sound "SH""SH"
is spelled
 
CH
 
if the word comes from the French, Spanish, or Portugese.....................................PP. 909-910
 
Examples:
 
ch
ef 
 
ch
auffeur
 
ch
ic
 
ch
iffon
 
Ch
evrolet qui
ch
e
"SH"
is spelled
 
SCH
if the word comes from the German or Yiddish.............................................................P. 911Examples:
 
Sch
midt
 
sch
maltz
 
sch
lemiel
"SH"
is spelled
 
CI
when combining with normal suffixesExamples: ci + al = cial spe
ci
al..........................................................912 & 818ci + on = cion suspi
ci
on ...................................................................912ci + ent = cient suffi
ci
ent ...............................................................P.912ci + a = cia Mar
ci
a..................................................................P. 912ci + an = cian techni
ci
an ...............................................................P. 912ci + ous = cious suspi
ci
ous...............................................................P. 913
"SH"
is spelled
 
TI
when combining with normal suffixesExamples: ti + al = tial par
ti
al....................................................PP. 914 & 825ti + on = tion na
ti
on.......................................................PP. 838-851ti + ent = tient pa
ti
ent................................................................P. 914ti + a = tia iner
ti
a...................................................................P. 914ti + an = tian Mar
ti
an.................................................................P. 914ti + ous = tious cau
ti
ous................................................................P. 914
"SH"
is spelled
 
SSI
when combining with some suffixesExamples: ssi + on = ssion mi
ssi
on.............................................................P. 916sci + ent = scient omni
sci
ent.............................................................P. 916ssi + a = ssia Ru
ssi
a................................................................P. 916ssi + an = ssian Ru
ssi
an..............................................................P. 916
"SH"
is spelled
 
SI
when combining with on in special cases.Example: si + on = ssion pen
si
on................................................................P. 916
"SH"
is spelled
 
XI
when combining with ous in a special caseExample: xi + ous = xious an
xi
ous...............................................................P. 917
"SH"
is spelled
 
SS
when combining with -ure & ueExamples: ss + ure = ssure pre
ss
ure..............................................................P. 915ss + ue = ssue i
ss
ue...............................................................P. 915
Copyright © 1997 AVKO Educational Research Foundation
 
Volume 9, Page 3"ZH"
is spelled
SI 
when combining with some normal suffixesExamples si + a = sia A
si
a..................................................................P. 917si + an = sian Per
si
an................................................................P. 917si + on = sion explo
si
on................................................................P. 918
"ZH"
is spelled
S
when combining with -ureExample: s + ure = ure expo
s
ure................................................................P. 919
"ZH"
is spelled
 
GE
when it is part of some -age suffixesExample: age sabota
ge
...................................................................P. 919
"J"
is spelled
 
GE
when combining with normal suffixesExamples: ge + ous = geous gor
ge
ous.............................................................P. 920ge + on = geon sur
ge
on...............................................................P. 920ge + ant = geant pa
ge
ant..............................................................P. 920ge + ance = geance ven
ge
ance...........................................................P. 920
"J"
is spelled
 
GI 
when combining with some suffixesExamples: gi + ous = gious reli
gi
ous..............................................................P. 920gi + on = gion re
gi
on................................................................P. 920
"G"
is spelled
 
GU 
in the initial and ending positions that must have the
 
HARD
 
"GUH"
soundExamples:
 
gu
ard lea
gu
e ton
gu
e ro
gu
e
 
Gu
ernsey ...........................................................PP. 921-922
"CH"
is spelled
 
when combining with the letter
 
U
in simple suffixesExamples: t + ue = tue sta
t
ue...................................................................P. 923t + ure = ture na
t
ure.................................................................P. 923t + une = tune for
t
une.................................................................P. 924
"CH"
is spelled
 
TE
when combining with -ousExample: te + ous = teous righ
te
ous...............................................................P.924
"CH"
is spelled
 
TI 
when combining with -
 an
or -
 on
(when preceded by an
s-
.)Example: s + ti + an = stian Chris
ti
an.................................................................P. 924s + ti + on = stion ques
ti
on.................................................................P. 851
"F"
is spelled
 
 PH 
in Initial, Medial, & Final positionsExamples:
 
ph
one ele
ph
ant telegra
ph
................................................
P. 925-934
 
Copyright © 1997 AVKO Educational Research Foundation

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