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Magic of A-E-I-O-U

Updated: Sep 17

About A, E, I, O U, What are this?


This is a phonic level of five-letter words that was discovered by Fed rick. It is a collection of vowels in the Roman alphabet.


Vowels are nothing but the collection of letters, which is nothing but the speech of sound in the vocal tract. a,e, I,o,u are the examples of vowels. For beginners like kids, these are the starting letters they have to study, which is their first step in the English language.

Meaning of vowels:


It is a speech of sound in which when you open your mouth and tongue which is in the middle of your mouth does not touch your teeth and lips. Such type of words is called as vowels.


Using of Vowels:


The starting letter of the English alphabet and the first vowel is “A” it pronounces as

“An Apple” etc


The second letter in the vowel is “E” It pronounces as

“An Elephant” etc


The third letter in the vowels is “I” It pronounces as

“An ice-cream”


The fourth letter in the vowels is “o” It pronounces as

“An Orange”


The Fifth and last letter in the vowels is “U” It pronounces as

“An Umbrella”


In these vowels “An” has been used in each of the vowels because it is an article.


Importance of Vowels


Vowels should be perfectly formed when it is sung with most beautiful songs and rhythms which make the voice astonishing. So that people can appreciate the beauty of the sound and personality of the emotion song.


Do we need vowels?


Vowels are important in the English language, which has the only consonants that can form a syllable to the word.


It is also pronounced with more or less with the quality without any glide.


How A.E.I.O.U Works in Animation



For beginners in animating this is the most difficult task, because of the shape and the position depending on the character we have to do about the body movement and their facial expressions like eyes and ears, slowly the process will come to mouth.


First, we have to know how the mouth moves when we speak. Lots of shapes have been done within the time. They have been repeated the shapes depending upon the style of animation.


The Eight Basic Mouth Positions


First, we have to know how the mouth moves when we speak. Lots of shapes have been done within the time. They have been repeated the shapes depending upon the style of animation.


In this pic, we will come to know that the mouth is closed completely with tight lips ahead.


By this facial expression, we can come to know that few of the letters like” M”, “B” and “P” sounds.


This can be made by opening the jaw which is closed to the mouth.


This is a closed mouth used for consonants made by the lips, specifically the M, B, and P sounds.


In this figure, we can see that mouth is opened and teeth are closed with common shape.


Some of the letters which are used in this facial expression are “D”, “C”,” K”,” N”,” R”, Z”, “G”

The mouth is opened with the teeth closed.



In this fig, the mouth is wide open and the teeth are completely closed.


Some of the letters which are used in this facial expression of the vowels like “A”,” I”


This is used for wide-open vowels, such as A and I.


In this fig, the mouth is wide open


The only letter which it fits in the facial expression is the second letter vowel “E”

The mouth wide open in an elliptical shape


In this fig, the position of the mouth is wide open.


The letter which suits the facial expression is “’ E”,” C”,” K”


This is used for D or TH sounds when preceded by A or I.

In this fig, the position of the mouth is small wide open with an elliptical shape.


The only letter which suits the facial expression is the fourth letter of the vowel is “o”


The mouth wide open with the tongue against the teeth


In this fig, the position of the mouth is open with the tongue against the teeth.


The letter which suites the facial expression is “L”.


The bottom lip has tucked under the teeth to make the sound of the letters F or V.


In this fig, the bottom tip has tucked into the teeth.


The letter which suite the Facial Expression which is jammed under the teeth is “F”.


It is high speech with the necessary shape and size which could be changed.


Anusha

promo@p66.me

www.p66.me


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