8 thoughts on “o

      1. Liliana

        Is there any guide regarding this sound? Like before r and w, is always or sometimes? Does “al “. has the long o sound as in all, already, always?

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        1. alison Post author

          I don’t entirely understand your question, this is the “short o” sound. I think the problem is that you probably don’t have an Australian accent, so the vowel classification on this site will sometimes not make sense to you. Can you refer to a website written for the accent you speak?

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          1. Liliana

            Thanks Alison, I do live in Australia and trying very hard to improve my accent so that can be understood. I was talking about the long “o” sound as in law, all. When should I make that sound?

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