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SS2: ENGLISH - 1ST TERM

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A letter is said to be silent if it is not pronounced in the word in which it occurs. Note the following examples:

b – wom(b), tom(b), num(b), dum(b), com(b), bom(b), lam(b), aplom(b), de(b)t, dou(b)t, subtle

g – (g)nash, (g)naw, (g)nat, (g)narled, (g)nome, (g)nu

h – w(h)at, w(h)en, ex(h)ibit, ex(h)aust, (h)onour, (h)our, (h)onorarium, (h)eirloom, r(h)etoric, r(h)eum, r(h)eumatism, r(h)apsody.

k – (k)night, (k)nock, (k)now, (k)neel, (k)nit, (k)nell, (k)nack, (k)nap, (k)nead, (k)nee, (k)nickers, (k)nife, (k)nob, (k)not, (k)noll

l – yo(l)k, wa(l)k, ta(l)k, shou(l)d, cou(l)d, wou(l)d, psa(l)m, ca(l)m, pa(l)m, ba(l)m, ha(l)f, ca(l)f,

n – hym(n), dam(n), condem(n), solem(n)

Class Activity

Practice pronouncing the above words without sounding the silent letters

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