Spelling the consonant digraphs sh, ph and ch saying /k/

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In this unit you can study words in which two consonants go together to form one sound. These are called consonant digraphs.

The word digraph comes from two Greek words:
di = two       graph = writing
page 2 sh - sh, ch, ti, ci *
page 6 ch saying /k/ *
page 9 ph saying /f/ *

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Unit 5: Spelling the consonant digraphs, part 2

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