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    The CVC rule is a phonics rule that helps in decoding and spelling words in English. CVC stands for Consonant-Vowel-Consonant, and it refers to the pattern of three letters in a word: a consonant followed by a vowel and then another consonant.

    The CVC pattern is one of the most common word patterns in the English language. Many basic, monosyllabic words follow this pattern, such as “cat,” “dog,” “bug,” “sit,” and “hat.” Understanding and recognizing the CVC pattern can assist early readers in sounding out and spelling simple words.

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