VCCV and VCV refer to the vowel and consonant arrangement in words. For example, the words wood, boat, pour, coat, and pool have the VCCV pattern. The words bit, put, bat, bit, cap, top, and dad have the VCV pattern.
It is considered a vcv because the double M has only the single M sound.
VCCV stands for vowel consonant consonant vowel. Suspend is a VCCV word because u is a vowel, s is a consonant, p is a consonant, and e is a vowel. VCCV!
IT IS BOTH ! Both
radio is vcv syllable junture
vccvwords means syllables
Vowel consonant consonant vowel = VCCV Such words as: echo