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    Default Vowel

    Dear Sir or Madam

    I want to ask you about vowel.
    What is semi vowel, are they W and Y or only Y?

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    Default Re: Vowel

    The letters W and Y are generally grouped with the consonsants.

    The sounds /w/ and /j/ are semi-vowels/glides in English.

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