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When added to words ending in /k/, the suffix -s is pronounced as /s/. Practice: bakes, works, drinks, trunks, seeks.


  • /beɪˈks/
  • /bayˈks/
  • /bāˈks/
  • 4c5t2s3s


  • /wɚˈks/
  • /wurˈks/
  • /wûrˈks/
  • 6m2s3s


  • /drɪˈŋks/
  • /driˈngks/
  • /drĭˈngks/
  • 1s3t8s2s3s


  • /trʌˈŋks/
  • /truhˈngks/
  • /trŭˈngks/
  • 5s3sd8s2s3s


  • /siˈks/
  • /seeˈks/
  • /sēˈks/
  • 3m2s3s

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