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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.

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