I want to know about w as voiced and again w as voiceless consonant
W in witch is voiced and in which is voiceless
1)Do you have it or let me say do you distinguish them from each other exactly w as voiced or voiceless" when a person without using them in a
sentence just says witch and which?
2) Is it possible for us to distinguish?
I hope Im clear enough
For some, maybe even most, North American speakers today, witch and which are homophonous; they sound the same. <wh> is voiced [w].