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In today’s English Language class, We will be learning about the Consonant /h/. We hope you enjoy the class!
/h/ where it is voiced and where it is silent.
The consonant sound /h/ is described as a voiceless glottal fricative. This sound is voiced in so many words but silent in certain words. It is pronounced or voiced in the words below:
- Habit, House, Hair, Hello, Halt, Hadith, Halleluyah, Hall, Hail, Hammer, Hand, Harrow, Harmful, Heartless, Heavy, Hatch, Harmony etc.
Consonant /h/ is silent in words like:
Honour / ɒnə(r)/
- Write any ten words in which /h/ is voiced
- Write any five words where /h/ is silent
Reference: Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary; Countdown English by Ogunsanwo
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