Long and Short Vowels

Vowels mark the beginning of learning different words in pre-primary and primary classes. Kids should be taught these with utter vitality since they are one of the pillars of creating the foundation of English grammar.

In most cases, all the five vowels are spoken the same way, having the same sound; a, e, i, o, u. They all require the same tongue movement. But in this video, you will learn about long and short vowels and how to differentiate between the two.

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