The Letter Y-y (The English Alphabet)
The Letter Y (The English Alphabet)
As with every Letter in The English Alphabet, The Letter Y has two versions in the written form. These two versions are called: The Upper-Case and The Lower-Case.
The Upper-Case Y looks like this:
The Lower-Case Y looks like this:
Notice that the main difference between The Upper-Case and The Lower-Case Y is the size. The Lower-Case Y is just a smaller version of The Upper-Case Y with a slight change in the angle of the lower arm. You will find that this is the same for quite a few letters in The Alphabet.
What Makes The Letter Y So Special?
The Letter Y as a Vowel
The Letter Y as a Consonant
What About At The Beginning of The Word?
Next Lesson – Letter Z
Following Lesson – The English Vowels
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