How many phonograms are there in English?
Also question is, what is an example of a phonogram?
A phonogram is a letter or combination of letters that represent a sound. For example: CK is a phonogram that says /k/ as in clock. S is a phonogram that says /s/ as in sat or /z/ as in has. OY is a phonogram that says /oi/ as in boy.
Similarly, you may ask, how many phonemes are there in English?
It is a letter or letter combination that represents a single phoneme within a word. A grapheme is a spelling of a phoneme. Our most popular consonant digraphs in English involve the letter h: ch, ph, sh, and th. Other digraphs have silent letters, for example, kn, wr, and ck.