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This lesson covers how to write words with the -nch and -rch suffixes like "arch" and "hunch".
To end a word with "rch", we use the chord
For the most part,
-FRPB also works for "nch":
However, if there is a collision where a word can end with either rch or nch, such as with "lurch" and "lunch", the -nch word is written with
-FRPBLG can also be parsed as "FRJ", such as in "beverage". This is why
PWEFRPBLG maps to beverage and not "bench". To be honest, the only collision I can find in the default dictionary is lurch and lunch.