November 27, 2009, Newsletter Issue #4: Consonants and Vowels, Part II

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Keeping track of which letters are likely to be vowels and consonants -- even if you donīt know yet what the actual letters are! -- helps you identify additional vowels and consonants. For example, if a letter occurs next to vowels and starts or ends some words, itīs likely to be a consonant. Make your assessments based on all the occurrences of a letter, not just one or two.

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