No, it isn't a "U" as the letter U is a vowel (along with A, E, I and O). The fifth consonant in the sentence is the letter "T" in the word Fifth.
Nope its a consonant.
consonant vowel consonant ending in e
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The vowels in this word are a, and y. The consonant is b.
Panorama is one such word.
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A consonant is any letter other than a vowel.
A consonant is any letter that is not a vowel. To explain that it's a kid, you simply tell them that A, E, I, O, and U are all vowels, and that every other letter of the alphabet is a consonant.
The letter Y can be a consonant or a vowel. It is sometimes called a semi-vowel.
X is always a consonant.
In the English language the only letter that can be considered a consonant or a vowel is the letter Y. The letter W is a consonant.
Oregon has 6 letters, and has a vowel for every other consonant.
no "escuse" starts with the letter "E" which is considered a vowel (a, e, i, o, u) consonants are every other letter.
It is a vowel.Sometimes, the letter y is a consonant, and other times it is a vowel. The rule for telling the two apart is simple: The letter y is a consonant when it is the first letter of a syllable that has more than one letter. If y is anywhere else in the syllable, it is a vowel.