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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #127695: Silent letters
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    Silent letters


    Find out the silent letters in the sentences.



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    1. A wise person always KNOWS that he doesn't know everything! KNOWS: What is its silent letter ? .

    2. The teacher wants us to draw a four-column-"BOARD" on our computers to answer her questions. BOARD: is its silent letter.

    3. Turn left to the second AISLE. Could you please tell me the right silent letter of the word "AISLE"? is the silent letter.

    4. In the heavy windy days, there is much FOAM along the beach. In "FOAM", is its silent letter...

    5. Don't hesitate: just go as FARTHER as you can every day. FARTHER: never sounds with the Britannic accent.

    6. Empty five hundred grams of flour in a big salad BOWL... "BOWL": is its silent letter.

    7. ... then add six tablespoons of olive oil, a dose of baking "YEAST"... In "YEAST", you would pronounce this word wrong if you sound .

    8. ... 300 ml of warm water and a very few salt to get your delicious homemade pizza DOUGH. Which letters become silent letters when you say "DOUGH" ?

    9. ... then allow pastry to rest twice under a "CLEANED" dry towel. In CLEANED, never tell the .

    10. ... for a few HOURS, in a nice kitchen. Enjoy yourselves! In "HOURS", never sounds, of course!










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