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In moveable-do solfège, the usual practice is to indicate sharps with an -i vowel and flats with an -e or -a vowel. For example, a sharp do becomes di, flat sol becomes se, and flat re becomes ra. There are chromatic variants of fixed-do solfège similar to the moveable-do system, but the usual practice in fixed-do is to sing the plain note name without ...
The most standard convention I know of is to change the vowel to "i" for sharping and "e" for flatting. The exception is when flatting "re", in which case you go to "ra".
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