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From Teflpedia

A digraph (/daɪgræf/) is two letter phonogram used to represent a single unit of speech sound; typically a single speech sound, but can be two or three. These are common in English.

Very broadly, they can be split into consonant digraphs such as ⟨ch⟩, ⟨ph⟩, ⟨sh⟩, ⟨th⟩, ⟨qu⟩ etc. and vowel digraphs such as ⟨ea⟩, ⟨ar⟩, ⟨a-e⟩, etc.

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