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Get the same result using "-v"

Hi ppl

So i have a commando that goes like this
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grep '^[^aeiouy]*$' file.txt

I have an exercise where i have to ge the same result using "grep -v" and im a big noob when it comes to regular expression in unix, so can you guys help me understand?

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