Asked • 04/07/20

Consonant Digraphs

What is a consonant digraph? What are some examples of consonant digraphs?

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Jodi Y. answered • 04/09/20

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Naomi D.

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What you are referring to is a consonant blend. This is different from a digraph in that you hear both sounds in "bl", "sn" and "st;" whereas, in "sh", "th", "ch" and "wh" the combinations make one new sound.
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04/13/20

Denise E.

As Naomi mentions above, digraphs refer to consonant combinations that create a new sound. Some of your examples are consonant blends, not consonant digraphs.
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05/27/20

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