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In this lesson, we’ll take a look at the /ʌ/ sound on our British English IPA chart. The /ʌ/ vowel is a short vowel sound. It’s a central, slightly raised vowel, made with the mouth open without lip rounding, and without tongue involvement. Unlike the /æ/, which I have already said is spelt 99% of the time with the letter A, there are several ways to spell the /ʌ/ sound.
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This is the story of Sue the sewer and Sid the sewer man. The story is rich in homophones, homonyms and terribly taxing tongue twisters. It will help you with the verbs to sew and to sow and also the nouns, sewer and sewer, among other things. So, let’s begin…