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Is there a silent letter in the words comfortable and fashionable?a silent letter that is not voiced when the these words are pronounced.

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    Not in Comfortable, but in Fashionable, you don't say the "i". So, instead think of it as Fashonable.

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    The e's at the end are also silent.

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