This is very unnatural. The word "gab" is mostly used as a personal criticism. "Oh stop gabbing on - you are so boring"I am going to explain the meaning of gab to Chinese children. Is it correct to use this example:
"The kids gab."
There are many other cvc words you can use that are widespread in everyday speech and easily illustratable.
dog, cat, bug, rat, man, bag, pig, rag, van, bus, nut, pen, hat, bat, pan, fat, pot, top, mop, map, cap, cop, red, …
Get rid of “gab.”
I suppose it depends which definition of consonant you use. One possibility is that it is a letter of the English alphabet. Another is that it is a speech sound that is not a vowel. Consonant - Definition, Meaning & SynonymsNone of which are cvc.
Ting is meticulous because she asked here.
I spent 10+ years here for this reason too.
I thought she used a textbook (she had to use) and there were only four “ab” family words. And “jab” is a good option.
Thanks a lot, teachers.