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What is ch in cats

Ch is the voiceless postalveolar fricative. The symbol for ch is ⟨χ⟩.

Voiced Ch in Irish Gaelic

The voiced velar fricative is called ch in Irish and Scottish Gaelic, and it has a different sound from the voiceless one. The symbol for it is ⟨χ⟩.

Voiceless Ch in Welsh

The voiceless velar fricative is called ch in Welsh and is pronounced /x/ or /h/ when it is after a vowel. The symbol for ch is ⟨χ⟩.

Stress

Ch is stressed on the second or third syllable when it is the first letter of a word.

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