The letter that directly precedes the letter "N" in the English alphabet is the letter "M". The letter "M" is the 13th letter of the alphabet, while "N" is the 14th letter. Directly following the letter "N" is the vowel "O". The letter "O" is also a vowel, and is the 15th letter of the alphabet. It is the 4th vowel in the alphabet.
any vowel after the fourth vowel
The answer is not the obvious "e" the word Vowel in it self is "vowel" being 6th, so it is the letter a.
If u mean starts with a vowel and ends in a vowel, then Avalanche?
Stretch is a 7 letter word with e as the only vowel. Twelfth is another 7 letter words containing only one vowel.
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It is "An" hour, not a hour. The "an" comes before every vowel sound, not every vowel.
"an" always put "an" before a word starting with a vowel.
When the first letter of the next word starts with a vowel or the letter H. But of course there are exceptions.... a humble opinion.
Because the letter M has a vowel sound preceding it. You say "an" before a vowel sound, and "a" before a consonant sound.
This is a separate letter (not an a with a diacritic) found in several European (mostly Scandinavian alphabets) representing various vowel sounds.
The letter Y can be a consonant or a vowel. It is sometimes called a semi-vowel.
you should put 'an' before electric because the first letter of the next word is a vowel
the first vowel comes after the second vowel in the alphabet the first vowel comes after the second vowel in the alphabet
Because the H is silent and the first audible letter is a vowel.
AN should be used before writing or saying a word that starts with a vowel sound. ie: An apple is round, A university (Despite the first letter to be a vowel it has a vowel sound), A ball is round.