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English words can end the letter “h”, but not the phoneme /h/. Practice: witch, wash, weigh, loofah, yeah.

witch

  • /wɪˈʧ/
  • /wiˈch/
  • /wĭˈch/
  • 6t8s

wash

  • /wɑˈʃ/
  • /wahˈsh/
  • /wäˈsh/
  • 6sf6s

weigh

  • /weɪˈ/
  • /wayˈ/
  • /wāˈ/
  • 6c5t

loofah

  • /luˈfə/
  • /lueˈfə/
  • /lo͞oˈfə/
  • 6c5sd

yeah

  • /jæˈə/
  • /yaˈə/
  • /yăˈə/
  • 8t5sd

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