One Way To Create New Words
Consider the single-syllable soundset using the consonants ‘s’ and ‘t.’
Here you would have words like: sit, seat, soot, set, sat, site, sate, suit, sight and sought.
To create new words in this soundset, you would take unused consonant
and-vowel combinations in this soundset to create new words such as syt.
And then you would give it a new meaning.
You could do this with every single-syllable soundset possible in the English language and you could do it with double-syllable and triple-syllable soundsets.
Take the word ‘bubble’ for an example of a double-syllable word from a double-syllable soundset.
Here are other examples of this soundset: babble, bible, and bauble.
A new word in this soundset could be bebble.
Now let’s look at a double-syllable soundset which has few existing words in the English language.
Consider the consonant-and-vowel combinations using the letters b, r, g and l.
Here are examples of some combinations: brigle brugle, brogle, bregle, breegle, brygle and broogle.
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