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Vowel-Consonant-Consonant-Vowel, or VCCV, is a pattern in English grammar wherein a word will contain a vowel, followed by two consecutive consonants, followed by another vowel in that order anywhere in the word – sometimes multiple times. In terms that feature the VCCV pattern, the break-in syllables usually come in between the two consonants. For example, "summon" is a two-syllable word with the break being between the two m's in the VCCV pattern of u-m-m-o. The same can be said for the four-syllable word "champion," – with the VCCV pattern of a-m-p-i separating the two central syllables in the word. See how many VCCV words you can spot in this puzzle!

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Pigment, Vulture, Gallop, Fragment, Valley, Kennel, Champion, Summon, Dentist, Costume, Winter, Trumpet


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