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  1. Ana Laura
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    vowel or vocal?

    hi.
    I am a bit confused. Could you tell me if they means the same.

    Thank you.

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    Re: vowel or vocal?

    No- a vowel is a/e/i/o/u, while 'vocal' is an adjective for the sounds produced from your mouth.

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