SHORT VOWELS IN ENGLISH u)
C for Consonant
V for vowel (a e i o
Words that have a vowel sound followed by a double consonant are pronounced as short vowels (for example: plANNer, mERRy)
Short, one syllable words displaying a VC or CVC pattern indicate that the vowel should be pronounced as a short vowel (for example: it, at, set, cut, dot)
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