Vowels and Consonants: The Linguistic Difference

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Vowels and Cosonants: The Linguistic Difference

Guest post: Dr. Molly Ness Do you know the difference between a vowel and a consonant? Chances are, right now you’re rolling your eyes and thinking, “Duh! A vowel is A, E, I, O, U, and sometimes Y. A consonant is everything else. Doesn’t everybody know that?” If that is the answer you’ve provided, you’re sort of correct. And rest … Read More