What are Consonants?
In English language, consonants are the part of 28 English alphabets. These alphabets divided into two sections when we need to understand the difference between vowel and consonants.
Consonants are alphabet's letter that shows a sound of fundamental speech. It produces when that sound obstructs the breath in human vocal tract. Consonants are B, C, D, F, G, H, J, K, L, M, N, P, Q, R, S, T, V, W, X, Y, Z.
Consonant and its pronunciation:
T = pronounced by using tongue's front part.
B = lips help in its pronunciation
K = tongue's back part help in pronunciation
M = pronounce it through your nasal passage
F = force air via narrow gap to pronounce it
H = pronounce it through you throat
If you want to form a syllable, you will have to integrate consonant with vowel.
Crucial considerations -
Consider the following things while using consonants.
Use articles 'a' and 'an' correctly.
Add musicality and rhythm in your writing.
You will use articles (a and an) when the next words have a consonant sound. Readers will think deeply and inspire from your word choice. Such feeling arises when use consonant with care and keep all considerations in mind.
Say the name of each picture. Write the consonant that you hear at
the beginning of the word.
In each group of letters, circle the letter that is NOT a consonant.
Say the name of each picture. Fill in the correct consonant sound.
Fill in the correct missing consonant sound to spell the name of each picture.
Say the name of each picture. Circle the consonant sound
you hear at the beginning of the word.
Circle the picture in each row whose name begins with a consonant.
Say the sound of the letter. Then say the name of each picture.
Circle the picture that begins with that letter.
Color the pictures whose names begin with consonants.
Say the name of each picture. Circle the pictures whose names end
with a consonant sound.
Cut and glue the correct letter to complete each word. Then write the word.
As straight forward as the shape.
Fill in the missing consonant blend for each word.
Color in the circle under the consonant blend that you hear
at the end of the word.
Match each picture on the left to the consonant sound on the right
that you hear at the beginning of the word.
Say the name of the picture. Circle the blend sound that you hear.
Write the word containing the blend sound on the lines.