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cvc words

Postby Nuit » 14 Jan 2012, 11:02

cvc = consonant-vowel-consonant

are there 2 letters out there that take all 5 vowels, to make 5 easy-ish english words?

closest I've come is bat, bet, bit, bot (? - mmm), but.
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Re: cvc words

Postby navillus » 14 Jan 2012, 11:59

pat
pet
pit
pot
putt

But you have the extra t.

bag
beg
big
bog
bug
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Re: cvc words

Postby Chris » 14 Jan 2012, 14:20

tan
ten
tin
ton
tun
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Re: cvc words

Postby jimipresley » 14 Jan 2012, 14:28

dan
den
din
don
dun

Edit: Oops, sorry. I see you wanted "easy-ish" words.
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Re: cvc words

Postby Chris » 14 Jan 2012, 16:20

pap
pep
pip
pop
pup
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Re: cvc words

Postby Chris » 14 Jan 2012, 16:22

navillus wrote:pat
pet
pit
pot
putt

But you have the extra t.


"put" is a word.
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Re: cvc words

Postby Nuit » 14 Jan 2012, 16:40

finally came up with 'b*g' over lunch. But 'p*t' is also pretty good :thumbsup:. In fact, prob better for a 5 year old, as she knows all of those, apart from maybe pit.
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Re: cvc words

Postby navillus » 14 Jan 2012, 16:47

Chris wrote:
navillus wrote:pat
pet
pit
pot
putt

But you have the extra t.


"put" is a word.


Of course. But it doesn't follow the conventional phonetic pronunciation of a cvc word.
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Re: cvc words

Postby Chris » 14 Jan 2012, 16:53

If you consider that "ck" represents one sound, and c and k are pronounced the same:

cack (slang for shit)
Keck (an observatory)
kick
cock
cuck (slang for cuckold)
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