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From Teflpedia

⟨tw⟩ is an English consonant digraph consisting of the letters T and W. It only appears in one English word; two, which plus derivatives like twofer, twofold, twopence etc.[1] in which it represents a T sound.

This has to be learnt as a sightword.[2]

Otherwise, ⟨tw⟩ represents the initial consonant cluster /tw/.

It also occurs across syllable boundaries — this is not a digraph.

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