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Posted almost 3 years ago
It's hard.

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Posted almost 3 years ago
Rhythm.

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Posted almost 3 years ago
Myth

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Posted almost 3 years ago
If it doesn't have a vowel it isn't a word ._. 

Y is a vowel. 

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And never ever will be."

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Posted almost 3 years ago

"WithTheWildThings" wrote:

If it doesn't have a vowel it isn't a word ._. 

Y is a vowel. 

There are words without vowels. Like myth.
And no, Y is not a vowel.

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Posted almost 3 years ago
Then where in the world did they"and sometimes y, " thing go for cases like "rhythm " and "myth"?

and the "it isn't a word without a vowel" thing? 

or have they been feeding me lies? 0.o  XD

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Should've been
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And never ever will be."

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Posted almost 3 years ago

"WithTheWildThings" wrote:

Then where in the world did they"and sometimes y, " thing go for cases like "rhythm " and "myth"?


and the "it isn't a word without a vowel" thing? 


or have they been feeding me lies? 0.o  XD

Yeah, you've been spoon fed bovine fecal matter.

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Posted almost 3 years ago
I take back what I orginally had here and replace it with a dictionary.com article:

The letter Y stands for a consonant in "yoke" but for a vowel in "myth." The answer to the question is that Y is the only letter commonly used as both vowel and consonant in English. A consonant is a sound in spoken language (or alphabetic letter denoting the sound) that has no vocal sound of its own but relies upon a nearby vowel with which it can sound. Consonant is from the Latin words con 'with' and sonant 'sound'. A vowel is a sound in spoken language that has a vocal sound of its own; it is made by a fairly open configuration of the vocal tract. The letter Y is probably used more often as a vowel, but in the role of vowel it is often interchangeable with the letter I. They overlap, so Y is often pronounced like short or long I ("myth," "fly"), although sometimes like long E ("messy") and occasionally as a schwa ("myrtle," "satyr"). In "say" and "boy," Y forms a single sound with the preceding vowel, similar to the double-vowel combinations in "paid" and "void." The consonant soundY is not consistently represented in English spelling by any other letter, which is probably why we tend to think of it mainly as a consonant. It has just one sound, the y of "youth" and "yearning." Around AD 100, about 700 years after the Roman alphabet had been created, the Romans added the letters Y and Z. They were copied directly from the Athenian Greek alphabet of the day and this was done to help in transliterating Greek words into Latin. The use of Y as a consonant goes back to medieval French and it was forcibly imported to England with the Norman Conquest of AD 1066. 

I didn't actually readit all, but the beginning was helpful enough XD

"I'm just a
Would've been
Could've been
Should've been
Never was
And never ever will be."

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Posted almost 3 years ago


"TheAverageJC" wrote:






"WithTheWildThings" wrote:




If it doesn't have a vowel it isn't a word ._. 

Y is a vowel. 

There are words without vowels. Like myth.
And no, Y is not a vowel.

Um...so you're trying to tell me...that Rhythm and myth are not words...I think are.

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Posted almost 3 years ago
rhyme


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