03 Aug 01:54 AM
Question about English (US)
I saw a video on YouTube where they explain the silent letters in some English words. They said that "L" in words like "palm", "calm" and "salmon" is not pronounced. The boy in the video is from the UK, so I wonder if that rule also applies to American English.
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