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The letter 'y' since it can be both a consonant and a vowel. That, and you wrote 'why' using just the letter 'y'.

When in the English language does 'y' become a vowel? There are 5 vowels. A;E;I;O;U. So unless I've been playing countdown wrong for the past 15 years, can you tell me how this is possible please.

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When in the English language does 'y' become a vowel? There are 5 vowels. A;E;I;O;U. So unless I've been playing countdown wrong for the past 15 years, can you tell me how this is possible please.

kindly

Rhythm

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When in the English language does 'y' become a vowel? There are 5 vowels. A;E;I;O;U. So unless I've been playing countdown wrong for the past 15 years, can you tell me how this is possible please.

kindly

Rhythm is one word off the top of my head that only has "y" as the vowel. Another is gym, but that's an abbreviation for gymnasium.

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