Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Gh"

Example sentences using "Gh"

Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z gh.
A: "Ugh! That's disgusting!"

"Florence Pugh is a great actor!"

"The alphabet is: abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz."

"The product's serial number is GH-1227-TDY."
Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z gh.
A:

Not a word

Translations of "Gh"

Q: Jak to przetłumaczyć na angielski (brytyjski)? gh
A: The letters "gh" (and "ough") in English do not have a standard pronunciation and is one of the more difficult aspects for English language learners to master. As an example:
Cough - pronounced Coff
Tough - pronounced Tuff
Through - pronounced Threw
Though - pronounced Tho
Q: Jak to przetłumaczyć na angielski (amerykański)? gh
A: The h is silent, just pronounce it as a normal g
Q: Jak to przetłumaczyć na angielski (brytyjski)? gh
A: It varies. It can either be a "f-" sound or a "uh / oh" sound. Place names can be very confusing. For example: Loughborough is pronounced "Luff-boor-uh." On behalf of everyone English - Im sorry our language doesn't make sense.
Q: Jak to przetłumaczyć na angielski (brytyjski)? gh
A: In "enough" it is pronounced as "f"!!!!! Kat96 means "thought" as the second word.
Q: Jak to przetłumaczyć na angielski (amerykański)? gh
A: what does gh abbreviate? (what does it mean?)

Other questions about "Gh"

Q: Jak to poprawnie wypowiedzieć "gh" ?
A: It depends on the word. In a word like "tough", it sounds like "ph" or "f".

In a word like "dough" it sounds like... well like nothing, it's just an extension of the "o" sound.

In a word like "ghillie", the "h" is silent.
Q: "eight" gh is slient. gh are silent. Which one is correct?
A: In the word, "eight," the "gh" is silent.
Q: Why is the "gh" in "enough" is pronounced as an "f"? Is there an answer to this? Lol
A: Yeah it's like saying enouf

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