Most of my clients learned English through reading. This leads to a lot of pronunciation mistakes since not all letters in a word are pronounced. I often hear this pronouncing every letter in a word mistake with the silent W sound
Learn these silent W combinations to avoid adding a W sound when it should not be pronounced.
WH is pronounced as H in the words who and whom.
WR Is pronounced as R in the words wrack, wrap, wreck, wring, wrist, write, wrong, and wrote. There are other, less common words with this WR combination. If you are in doubt, consult your dictionary.
SW is pronounced as S in the words answer and sword.
AW is pronounced as the short o sound in the words law, saw, draw, flaw, jaw, lawn, pawn, and raw.
Try it, people will notice the difference!