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Saturday, September 1, 2018

Vowels In English

Edited by Entry Tep

Vowel definition: A vowel is a sound produced with a comparatively open configuration of the vocal tract. In everyday language, a vowel is a letter (sound) of the English alphabet that is not a consonant.

What is a Vowel?

A vowel is most often identified as a letter that is not a consonant. More specifically, a vowel is a sound that when paired with a consonant makes a syllable.
A vowel is any sound that a letter makes that is not a consonant sound.

What are the vowels? There are six English vowels,

A, E, I, O, U.

Sometimes, Y can also function as a vowel, but it is not considered a vowel in and of itself.

Examples in Words:
  • Apple
    • �a� is a vowel in this word
  • End
    • �e� is vowels in this word
  • Issue
    • �a� and are vowels in this word
  • University
    • 'U is the vowel in this word
  • Operation
    • 'O', is a vowel in this word


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