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Symbols and Sounds
Phonetic symbols 20 Voiceless and voiced consonants
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A. S. forms A. S. hw accent allied Anglo-French Anglo-Saxon appears became M. E. become borrowed called century cognate common conj consonant consonantal changes denote derived dialect diphthongs Euss examples final formerly four stems fourth stem French Germ Germanic languages goose Goth Gothic gradation Greek Grimm's Law hence A. S. i-mutation Icel Icelandic Indo-Germanic initially Labial later Latin Lith lost Low German medially Mercian mete Middle English modern English mutation Northumbrian occurs Old High German older form original Germanic forms Palatalisation past tense phonetic plural pronounced pronunciation remains Sanskrit Scandian words settan Seven Conjugations shews shifting short shortened sound-shifting spelling staon strong verbs suffix syllable symbol Tudor Tudor-English usually velar Verner's Law vocalic voiced letter voiceless vowel vowel-sounds weak verb whence whilst written