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Silent Consonants gh, k(n), b
Listen to these sounds /n/ /i/ /t/ What word do you hear? knit
Silent Consonants gh, k(n), b Listen to these sounds /n/ /e/ /l/ What word do you hear? kneel
Silent Consonants gh, k(n), b
There are also words with other silent letters. What letters are silent in the word light? light gh is silent when they follow a vowel.
Silent Consonants gh, k(n), b lamb Notice that the b silent.
Silent Consonants gh, k(n), b knit What letter or letters are silent? knit
Silent Consonants gh, k(n), b kneel What letter or letters are silent? kneel
Silent Consonants gh, k(n), b light What letter or letters are silent? light
Silent Consonants gh, k(n), b lamb What letter or letters are silent? lamb
Silent Consonants gh, k(n), b knobby What letter or letters are silent? knobby
Silent Consonants gh, k(n), b knapsack What letter or letters are silent? knapsack
Silent Consonants gh, k(n), b through What letter or letters are silent? through
Silent Consonants gh, k(n), b crumbs What letter or letters are silent? crumbs
Silent Consonants gh, k(n), b Read the following words: thumbtack kneading knading braighter blumb
Silent Consonants gh, k(n), b Read the following words: vacation debt straight jingle caught plumber
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