As with all other consonants, surrounding vowels influence the pronunciation [h], and [h] has sometimes been presented as a voiceless vowel, having the place of articulation of these surrounding vowels. Its phonation is voiceless, which means it is produced without vibrations of the vocal cords.
Besides, is H a consonant?
In English, /h/ patterns as a consonant, and that's that. the actual /h/ sounds that the speaker says can be classified physiologically as voiceless vowels, because a Phonetic vowel is defined by how it's pronounced, between voiceless and voiced occurring after the vowel has started.
Is the letter Ra vowel?
How you pronounce them will vary strongly by local dialect, but most have no R-consonant sound in them at all. The sound made by the consonants Y and W are often used as vowels, but we normally don't use the letter W or Y at all when spelling them (usually OO or EE, but also O, OU, or EW, and EY, EI, or EA).