What Are Initial and Ending Consonants?
In alphabets, there are two types of letters. These are consonants and vowels. Any letter that is not a vowel is a consonant. There are five vowels, including a, e, I, o, and u, all others are consonants. When developing a concept of consonants, you will come across two types, and these include initial and ending consonants. So, what are initial and ending consonants? In a series or a group of consonants where each of it does its own thing, we refer to this as a blend (consonant blend). These blends can be used to form endless words. If a blend is at the front of the word, we refer to it as "initial." If the blend is at the end of the word, we call it "final."