We looked at hidden sounds before final l, between vowels and letter x.
Here's some help with final L:
Sometimes, an l at the end of the word functions as a syllabic l. That is to say, it has its own syllable, and functions as a vowel and a consonant. It sounds like /əl/, with a very short unstressed schwa (uh) sound before it. Here are some frequently used words with syllabic l: