Words ending in -ICABLE have two pronunciations.
Words ending in -OVE have three different sounds: O, UV, OOVE.
The word ending -TIOUS is pronounced (-SHUS).
The word ending -ICIOUS is pronounced (-ISH US).
There are two sounds for ULL: oo as in wool (pull, full, bull) and uh as in dull (cull, mull, skull).
There are three sounds for OOD: oo as in too (food, mood, brood), ou as in would (hood, good, wood), ud as in mud (blood, flood).
There are two sounds for OW: OW and O. Bow, row, and sow are particularly confusing.
Words ending in TIENT/SIENT and IENT have three unique sounds.
Science words that refer to "the study of" some field are challenging to pronounce sometimes.
Sometimes the ARY ending is stressed and sometimes it’s not.