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  1. ramona
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    Cool consonats vowel

    when Y can be used as vowel or consonant.

  2. ramona
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    Cool Re: consonats vowel

    when y can be used as vowel or consonant


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    Re: consonats vowel

    Hello,ramona

    To be more specific, y is called semivowel because it is the consonant form of the vowel i.

    Semivowel: j, w (sounds that glide gracefully.)


    Happy Sherry is sometimes moody,
    she said yes but then sorry.


    The bold y is a consonant (a semivowel) whereas the rest of y's are a short vowel, i.

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