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Silent Consonants gh, k(n), b Created by Risa Udell
knit Which letter is silent?
knit Which letter is silent? The k is always silent when it comes before an n.
kneel Which letter is silent?
Which letter is silent? The letter k is always silent when it comes before the letter n.
light Which letters are silent?
light Which letters are silent? The letters gh are silent when they follow a vowel.
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lamb Which letter is silent? The letter b is silent when it follows the letter m.
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