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1.1: Always Vowels: < a >, < e >, < i >, < o >

Difficulty Level: At Grade Created by: CK-12
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Always Vowels: <a>, <e>, <i>, <o>

1. Our alphabet has twenty-six letters. Some are VOWELS and some are CONSONANTS. The four letters that are always vowels are <a>, <e>, <i>, and <o>.

2. Underline the vowel letters in each word as we have done with itself and join. Don't worry about the check marks yet:

\underline{i}ts\underline{e}lfj\underline{oi}nbettermagicbridgekneerabbitaskingvillagefavortheiroften

3. Now sort the words into these four groups and check them off the list as we have done with itself and join. Be careful: Most words go into more than one group:

4. When we talk about letters, we put them inside pointed brackets, like this:

<a><e><i><o>

5. Fill in the blanks. (Don't forget the pointed brackets!) Four letters that are always vowels are ____, ____, ____, and ____.

6. Underline each vowel letter:

aboveboardvotedchancewhoseregionheightbelieveimportantbehindphonegovernment

7. Now sort the words into these groups and check them off the list:

8. Four letters that are always vowels are ___________, ___________, ___________, and ___________. Did you remember the pointed brackets?

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