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Different of Constant and vowel sound
I don't have a clear idea about the different between consonant sound and a vowel sound. So I make mistakes when using Articles. Please help me to correct this.
Sorry about the topic. It has to be consonant instead Constant. Sorry.
Re: Different of Constant and vowel sound
One difference between consonants and vowels is that you can sing vowels.
Vowels: a, e, i, o, u,
Special note, in some words, the letter <u> has a vowel sound, for example,
umbrella => an umbrella
but in other words the letter <u> has a consonant sound, as in
USA => a USA newspaper.
<U> is pronounced yu, with a consonant.
Note also that, some consonants have a vowel sound. The letter <m> for example:
MBA => an MBA course
The letter <M> is pronounced em, with a vowel.
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