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    > Other French exercises on the same topic: Spelling [Change theme]
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    One S or two S between two vowels ?


    To get the sound (ce) you have to write 'SS' between two vowells

    Eg : tasse, pousser, mousse...


    Be careful about a few exceptions you'll have to learn,such as :

     : parasol, tournesol, entresol, contresens, contresigné, vraisemblablement, ...etc.

     


    To get the sound (ze) you have to write 'S' between two vowells.

    Eg : case, blouse...


    (Be careful about the exceptions above.)

     





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