This is a graph of the frequency of English letters of the alphabet, based on where they’re most likely to appear in words — at the beginning, middle or end. For example:
The letter “a” most frequently appears towards the beginning of a word, and rarely at the end.
Here are the rest. Can you think of examples for each letter? For “b” — “baseball” and “thumb”. Keep going! This is a good way to activate your latent vocabulary. And for students who like this kind of data analysis, try it with Japanese kana.