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Let's not forget the silent N which is not preceeded by an M in the word "Kiln" granted the N can be either pronounced or not pronounced...but why the variation? It's from the Old English "cyln" and before the the latin "culina" (kitchen) but why on earth would there be the option to prounced the word "kiln" as "kil" ?
January 18, 2005, 7:45pm
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