English Alphabet and Pronunciation

By | August 22, 2020

English Alphabet consists of 26 letters divided into 2 types of letters namely consonant and vowel.

Consonant letters consist of 21 letters while vowels consist of 5 letters : A, E, I, O, and U. Sometimes, Y is also considered vocal. In general, all English words must contain at least one vowel.

The writing of each letter can be written in 2 ways, uppercase and lowercase. Uppercase letters are used for the first letter of a sentence and the first letter of a person’s name or place.

Alphabet is critical to improving reading ability and confidence in English. In this post there is a list that includes each letter in writing large and small, as well as its pronunciation.



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