Most often the /m/ sound in the initial, medial, and final positions is made by the consonant m represented in words such as map, mother, ham, and number. The use of the consonant m is very consistent because it makes only this one sound. However, when m is doubled in a word, such as hammer, one m is silent. There are other spellings of the /m/ sound--for example, mn in hymn and mb in lamb.
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