e = ia

9 October 2011 by Pigmalijonas

Level: A1
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Previously you learned that the softening vowel i becomes mute when it is put before one of the vowels A, Ą, O, U, Ų and Ū.

When it is put before A and Ą, the combinations IA and IĄ sound the same as E and Ę. For example, galia (power) should be pronounced as [gale]; galią should be pronounced as [galę].

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