Pinyin/Vowel

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Pinyin#Pinyin tone marking

A vowel is a speech sound made by the vocal cords. It is also a type of letter in the alphabet.

The letters of the English alphabet are either vowels or consonants or both. A vowel sound comes from the lungs, through the vocal cords, and is not blocked, so there is no friction. All English words have vowels.

These letters are vowels in English: A, E, I, O, U, and sometimes Y.


muuyin shih shengdaih fachu d yuuyin. ta yeeshih zihmuubiaao d 1-zhoong zihmuu.

Yingwern zihmuubiaao fenweir muuyin her ziiyin. muuyin corng feihbuh tongguoh shengdaih fachu. ta fayin shir bu shouh zuu`aih, meiryoou morca. suooyoou Yingwern ciryuu dou yoou muuyin.

A, E, I, O, U shih Yingwern d muuyin zihmuu, Y yooushir yeeshih.