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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gh_(digraph)

In the dominant dialects of modern English, ⟨gh⟩ is almost always either silent or pronounced /f/ (see Ough). It is thought that before disappearing, the sound became partially or completely voiced to [ɣx] or [ɣ], which would explain the new spelling - Old English used a simple ⟨h⟩ - and the diphthongization of any ...

www.theschoolhouse.us/lessons/lesson58.html

Digraphs ( ph, gh) as in alphabet, laugh. Digraphs consist of two consonants that are blended to make one sound. The digraph (ph) has the sound of (f). ph = f. Read these words and sentences. They may be a little difficult but try to do your best. Have your assistant lend his /her help. (ph) sounds like f. pheasant image ...

howtospell.co.uk/gh-words

The video has all the pronunciation sounds below. We use -gh- in very common words like: though, right, daughter, weigh, cough, brought, enough. And we use it in common letter patterns: -ough, -augh-, -eigh-, -igh-. But why have we got these stupid looking words? And how do you remember how to pronounce them and ...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=GH+Sounds+like+F&v=uqXLOUUJapw
Jan 12, 2012 ... (Gh) silent and (gh) making the (f) sound.

ell.stackexchange.com/questions/74713/why-is-a-ph-or-gh-used-instead-of-an-f-in-commonly-used-english-words-like

Dec 3, 2015 ... "Ph" is most commonly used in words that come from Greek, like "philosophy". The Greek letter that makes the "F" sound is "phi", written like φ. As for "Gh", most of the words containing it come from German and old English. It was pronounced then as "ch" is in German today - as a rasp in the back of the ...

www.quora.com/Pronunciation-How-did-gh-at-the-end-of-some-words-become-an-eff-sound

Pronunciation: How did "gh" at the end of some words become an "eff" sound? ... others, it was converted from the voiceless velar fricative (rasp in the back of the throat) to the voiceless labiodental fricative (a rasp between the teeth and lips), the sound usually spelled "f". ... There's the famous made up word that I really like .

howtospell-letterpatterns.co.uk/gh-video

We use –gh– in very common words like: though, right, daughter, weigh, cough, brought, enough… And we use it in common letter patterns: ... Sometimes the -gh at the end is silent sometimes it has a “fsound. 1. through (“throo”) 2. cough, trough (“off”) ... –augh normally sounds like “or” daughter, naughty, slaughter, taught, ...

www.morewords.com/contains/gh

List all words that contain gh. 1562 words found. aargh · aarrgh · aarrghh · abought · affright · affrighted · affrighting · affrights · afghan · afghani · afghanis · afghans · aforethought · afterthought · afterthoughts · agha · aghas · aghast · airfreight · airfreighted · airfreighting · airfreights · airtight · airtightness · airtightnesses · alight

mentalfloss.com/article/77663/what-gh-doing-so-many-english-words

Mar 29, 2016 ... Once upon a time, the "gh" did stand for a specific sound, one we don't have in English today, except in interjections of disgust like blech. That back-of-the-throat fricative (written as /x/ in the International Phonetic Alphabet) is found in German, and if you look for the German counterpart of English "gh" words, ...