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The wh digraph varies in pronunciation. It can vary from word to word and from dialect to dialect. It can be used to represent the /hw/ sound, as in whistle, in which a puff of air is released before the /w/ sound. The wh digraph is often pronounced as a /w/ sound, as in whale, or as the /h/ sound, as in whole.
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