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When added to words ending in /v/, the suffix -s is pronounced as /z/ Practice: serves, drives, knives, leaves, craves.

serves

  • /sɚˈvz/
  • /surˈvz/
  • /sûrˈvz/
  • 3m2s*2s

drives

  • /drɑɪˈvz/
  • /drieˈvz/
  • /drīˈvz/
  • 1s3s5t2s*2s

knives

  • /nɑɪˈvz/
  • /nieˈvz/
  • /nīˈvz/
  • 4s5t2s*2s

leaves

  • /liˈvz/
  • /leeˈvz/
  • /lēˈvz/
  • 6m2s*2s

craves

  • /kreɪˈvz/
  • /krayˈvz/
  • /krāˈvz/
  • 2s3c5t2s*2s

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