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Loose Participles
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LETTERS




Divisions of Grammar Definitions - Etymology.

A letter is a mark or character used to represent an articulate sound.
Letters are divided into vowels and consonants. A vowel is a letter
which makes a distinct sound by itself. Consonants cannot be sounded
without the aid of vowels. The vowels are a, e, i, o, u, and
sometimes w and y when they do not begin a word or syllable.





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