ExplorationVowel variety!Do you speak any second languages, or are you studying one in school? If so, what are the vowels of the other language that you know? Think about the way vowels work, and how this applies to the vowels of another language!Ask some people you know about the different languages they speak, and what the vowels are in those languages! How are they similar to the vowels in English? Are there any ways in which they’re different??
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