The Wall Street Journal just published an intriguing graphic called “Letter Law.” It shows the frequency that each letter is used in various venues, including in academic texts, newspapers, and the spoken word.

It’s interesting, though I don’t think it’s particularly useful to English Language Learners — certainly not as useful as learning high-frequency words, or sight words.

However, I could see it could be worth a quick lesson reinforcing how often vowels are used.