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  • 1. Rules about Phonics
    By: Macy Hayes
  • 2. Sometimes the
    rules don’t
    work.
  • 3. Every syllable in every word must have a vowel.
  • 4. “C” followed by “i, e, or y” usually has the soft sound “s”.
  • 5. “G” followed by “e, i, y” usually has the soft sound “j”.
  • 6. When 2 consonants are joined together and form one new sound, they are a consonant digraph.
    “th”
    “ch”
    “sh”
    “ph”
  • 7. When a syllable ends in a silent "e", the silent "e" is a signal that the vowel in front of it is long.
  • 8. When a syllable ends in a consonant
    and has only one vowel, that vowel is short.
  • 9. When a syllable has 2 vowels together,
    the first vowel is usually long and the second is silent.
  • 10. When a syllable ends in a vowel,
    And is the only vowel,
    That vowel is usually long.
    Pa/per

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