Carole wrote:Dear Nicku
This post concerned the pronunciation of the "wh" phonogram. Yes, there is a difference in the sound of this phonogram and the sound of the "w" phonogram. Any good dictionary should clearly show this. That is why it is never "safe" to rely on one's own way of pronouncing words. Pronunciation does vary in different parts of the world, and although saying "wen" may sound correct to your ears, it is not correct with the dictionary. When in doubt, always check the dictionary.
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