No, it isn't a "U" as the letter U is a vowel (along with A, E, I and O). The fifth consonant in the sentence is the letter "T" in the word Fifth.
False. In any case, without even counting, whatever else you is, you ain't no consonant. Also, I gotta dig past 43 consonants and 24 vowels in dis sentence before I ever get to you.
a consonant is a letter that is not a vowel.
its a soft c
Take some words (beginning with a consonant) that describe you, make sure they start with the same letter, and string them together to make a sentence.
m or v A consonant is any letter that is not a vowel. A vowel is a i o e u
soft i reckon :)
court = hard C
false, It is E
Always start the beginning of a sentence with a capital letter.
"Cinder" begins with a soft consonant. It's pronounced like the 's' in "sin", not like the 'k' in "kin".
No, the letter "a" is only capatilized at the beginning of a sentence.
The C has a hard sound in the word careful.
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 capitalized letter
You start every sentence with a capital letter because the beginning of a sentence is the starting point which makes the word at the beginning of a sentence proper and all proper nouns have to be capitalized.
A capital letter always starts a sentence.
The word "cycle" has a hard S sound (SY-kull).