How to Say Alphabet in Different Languages

Alphabet in Different Languages: The alphabet description is a sequence of letters of a text written or spoken in its proper order. An alphabet is a standard set of letters describing the phonemes of every spoken language in its written form (essentially significant sounds). The Latin alphabet which was developed from Greek and many languages modify by inserting letters with diacritic marks, was the most common one of the hundreds of alphabets used today.

How to Say Alphabet in 88 Different Languages

Different LanguagesWord Alphabet
Albanianalfabet
Basquealfabetoa
Belarusianалфавіт
Bosnianabeceda
Bulgarianазбука
Catalanalfabet
Croatianabeceda
Czechabeceda
Danishalfabet
Dutchalfabet
Estoniantähestik
Finnishaakkoset
Frenchalphabet
Galicianalfabeto
GermanAlphabet
Greekαλφάβητο (alfávito)
Hungarianábécé
Icelandicstafrófið
Irishaibítir
Italianalfabeto
Latvianalfabēts
Lithuanianabėcėlė
Macedonianазбука
Maltesealfabett
Norwegianalfabet
Polishalfabet
Portuguesealfabeto
Romanianalfabet
Russianалфавит (alfavit)
Serbianазбука (azbuka)
Slovakabeceda
Slovenianabeceda
Spanishalfabeto
Swedishalfabet
Ukrainianалфавіт (alfavit)
Welshwyddor
YiddishAlphabet
ArmenianԱյբուբեն
Azerbaijaniəlifba
Bengaliবর্ণমালা
Chinese Simplified字母 (zìmǔ)
Chinese Traditional字母 (zìmǔ)
Georgianანბანი
Gujaratiમુળાક્ષરો
Hindiवर्णमाला
Hmongtsiaj ntawv
Japaneseアルファベット
Kannadaವರ್ಣಮಾಲೆಯ
Kazakhәліпбиі
Khmerអក្ខរក្រម
Korean알파벳 (alpabes)
Laoຫນັງສື
Malayalamഅക്ഷരമാല
Marathiवर्णमाला
Mongolianцагаан толгой
Myanmar (Burmese)အက္ခရာ
Nepaliवर्णमाला
Sinhalaඅක්ෂර මාලාව
Tajikалифбо
Tamilஎழுத்துக்களை
Teluguఅక్షరం
Thaiตัวอักษร
Turkishalfabe
Urduحروف تہجی
Uzbekalifbo
Vietnamesebảng chữ cái
Arabicالأبجدية (al'abjadia)
Hebrewאלף בית
Persianالفبا
Afrikaansalfabet
Chichewazilembo
Hausaharuffa
Igbomkpụrụ okwu
Sesothoalfabeta
Somalialifbeetada
Swahilialfabeti
Yorubaahbidi
Zulualfabhethi
Cebuanoalpabeto
Filipinoalpabeto
Indonesianalfabet
Javaneseaksara
Malagasyabidy
Malayabjad
Maori
Esperantoalfabeto
Haitian Creolealfabè
Latinalphabetum

The modern English script comprises of 26 letters in the Latin alphabet, each in an upper and lower format. It developed from the Latin script in the 7th century. The original New English alphabet of 26 letters has been inserted or removed after to form current modern shape.

A Semitics who reside or live near Egypt then established the initial alphabet; they have focused this on the concept that the Egyptians developed but had their own symbols.  Their neighbors and relatives, the Canaanites, the Hebrews and the Phoenicians, embraced it rapidly in the East and North.  The Phoenicians extended their literature to other inhabitants in the Near East and Minor Asia, to the Arabs to the Greeks and to the Etruscan and to the western part of the country as far as Spain.

Alphabets are basics for creating a language then form words and produce sentences. Without alphabets a language can never exist. They are key to communicate and express ourselves.

Letter identification is important because it allows early readers to understand how written text is related to the spoken language. Most letters in the alphabet reflect this, and children are also introduced to and understand the tone of letters while working on letter identification.

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