Is nothing a vowel consonant consonant?
It's VCCV. (vowel consonant consonant vowel)
portal- consonant, vowel, consonant, consonant ,vowel, consonant
consonant vowel consonant............:)
"Banana" is one.
* consonant - vowel - consonant (C V C ) examples: bat, dig, bus * consonant - vowel - consonant - consonant (C V C C) ex. back, ring, bust * consonant - consonant - vowel - consonant (C C V C), shot, prim, trap * vowel - consonant - vowel - consonant (V C V C) open, opal, emit * consonant, vowel, vowel, consonant (C V V C) pool, seed, hook * consonant, vowel… Read More
"icicles" is: vowel, consonant, vowel, consonant, consonant, vowel, consonant. Or VCVCCVC. If that's even what you mean. There are words referred to as "consonant, vowel, consonant" words, but they are always three letters long. A "consonant vowel" word would only be two letter long, like : be. So I'm not sure what you're asking here.
A word that has a consonant, vowel, consonant form is mom. Dad is another one that has two consonants and a vowel in between.
VCCV stands for vowel consonant consonant vowel. Suspend is a VCCV word because u is a vowel, s is a consonant, p is a consonant, and e is a vowel. VCCV!
Neither, light is a word. A consonant or a vowel is a letter. eg 'c' is a consonant and 'e' is a vowel.
Day is a word, not a vowel or consonant. The word "Day" has the following make up: D: consonant A: vowel Y: both The consonant "d"-sound is followed by the vowel-consonant "-ay" sound.
The word olive does follow the vowel-consonant-vowel pattern. Remember that the only vowels in the American Alphabet are A,E,I,O, and U; Everything else is a consonant. When the word olive is broken down into letters: O (vowel) L (consonant) I (vowel) V (consonant) E (vowel)
The letter Y can be a consonant or a vowel. It is sometimes called a semi-vowel.
example: abba or ikki or ollo
differenciate between vowel and consonant
The y in 'grocery' is a vowel. The y in 'you' is a consonant.
The word "me" has one consonant and one vowel. Does your first name begin with a consonant or a vowel?
Vowel is different from consonant as vowels have long sound then the consonant words.
Yes it is a consonant and sometimes a vowel. It depends on how you use it because in some words, it is used as a vowel, but in others, it's a consonant. Although it is in the form of a consonant, it can also be a vowel. Yes.
O,A and I
If a word contains a vowel consonant and vowel the first vowel says it's name meaning the is "A" long because a vowel follows the consonant in baby. In this case the consonant being a b and the vowel a y... (y can sometimes be a vowel)
Gears Seats Bears Boats Rainy Coats
The terms 'consonant' and 'vowel' refer to individual letters, not words.
Y may serve as a vowel, a semi-vowel or a consonant. In the word by, it is a vowel; in hay it is a semi-vowel; in yes it is a consonant.
In the word "method", the first, third, fourth and sixth letters are consonants; while the second and fifth letters are vowels.
attack is one office fits it so does attack if its not on there attic,
Speed Greed Knead Treat Speak..I think you get the pattern.
Some vowel consonant (VC) words are: am an as at in it of on up
Vowel consonant consonant vowel = VCCV Such words as: echo
M is a consonant, not a vowel.
a consonant is a letter that is not a vowel.
W is a consonant because it is not a vowel.
can you put a breve on that short vowel when it comes to cvc or consonant vowel consonant.
A vowel is any of the following letters: a, e, i, o, u, and sometimes y. A consonant is all of the other letters in the alphabet. Keep in mind that y is both a vowel and a consonant.
arch etch inch
book cool seal pier Vowels: A E I O U Consonant: All the other letters
In the English language the only letter that can be considered a consonant or a vowel is the letter Y. The letter W is a consonant.
A syllable is closed when a vowel is followed by a consonant. An easy way to remember it is that the vowel is "closed in" by the consonant.
X is always a consonant.
consonant vowel consonant ending in e