Le at the end of words is pronounced like a weak el, in which the e is almost mute, as table, shuttle. M. M has always the same sound, as murmur, monumental. N. N has always, the same sound, as noble, manners. N is sometimes mute after m, as damn, condemn, hymn. P. P has always the same sound which the Welsh and Germans confound with b. P is sometimes mute, as in psalm, and between m and t, as tempt. Ph is used for f in words derived from the Greek, as philosopher, philanthropy, Philip. Q. Q, as in other languages, is always followed by u, and has a sound which our Saxon ancestors well expressed by cw, as quadrant, queen, equestrian, quilt, inquiry, quire, quotidian. Qu is never followed by u.
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