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the letter t silent @the end of words ?
I’m not aware of any words that end with a silent <t>. There are, however, a number of medial clusters whose pronunciations have simplified over the centuries so that the <t> could be said to be silent. Some examples: bristle, castle, glisten, fasten, hasten, christen, chestnut, often, mortgage, Christmas....
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