How are letters of the Meghalaya alphabet pronounced?
It depends on which Meghalaya language you are talking about. There are 5 different languages spoken in that region:
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ahh bay say chay day aye effay hay achho ee hota ka ell-aye ay-yay m-aye n-yay o pay coo air-a airrr-a ese te ovve VA doble ah-keys egreaguh say tah oh you'll say the l alpha …beta allea! It's called 'el alfabeto espanol' (tilde, ~, on the 'n') = 'the Spanish alphabet'. The letters are a/b/c/d/e/f/g/h/i/j/k/l/ll/m/n/n+~/o/p/q/r/rr/s/t/u/v/w/x/y/z ('n+~' means the tilde, ~, should be over the 'n'. I don't have it on my computer) Their Spanish names (English pronunciation of these) are: a (ah)/be (bay)/ce (thay)/de (they)/e (ay)/efe (EFFay)/ge (khay)/hache (AHchay) i (ee)/jota (KHOtah/ka (kah)/ele (ELLay)/elle (AYLyay)/eme (EMMay)/ene (ENNay ene+~ (ENNyay)/o (aw)/pe (peh)/cu (coo)/ere (AIRay)/erre (ERRRay)ese (ESSay) te (tay)/u (oo)/ube (OObay)/ube doble (OObay DOBlay)/equis (ayKEES) y griega (ee gree-AYgah)/ceta (THAYtah) ('thay/THAY' is as 'say' with a lisp; 'they' as in 'the/they')
Compared with American pronunciation, the British generally say it the same way as Americans, with some differences. Most notably, Z is pronounced "Zed". Vowels in the n…ames of the letters are pronounced with British accents, which vary by region. Rarely, H is pronounced "Haitch", but this is generally considered wrong by the majority who say "Aitch". It is claimed that "Haitch" is a shibboleth of Catholic education, especially in the Australian variation of British English. I is is pronounced with a more obvious dipthong. R sounds less "rounded" in British pronunication, more like "ah" than the American "arrr".
the closest pronouciation to the French "e" is "3:" that is the sound in "b ir d, f er n, b ur n, w or m, ear n, j our nal"
Here's how you pronounce the English alphabet in Spanish (put stress on the syllables in capital letters):. a = ah, b = bay, c = say, d = day, e = eh (or ay), f = EF-fay, g =… hay, h = AH-chay, i = ee, j = HO-tah, k = kah, l = EL-lay, m = EM-may, n = EN-nay, o = oh, p = pay, q = koo, r = AIR-ray, s = ES-say, t = tay, u = ooh, v = bay, w = DOH-blay bay, x = EH-kees, y = ee gree-AY-gah (this literally means a Greek i), z = SAY-tah
A (ah) B (bay) C (say) D (day) E (eugh) F (ef) G (djay) H (ash) I (ee) J (dgee) K (kaa) L (el) M (em) N (en) O (oh) [purse your lips] P (pay) Q (koo) [purse your lips again] R… (air) [Have to say it french like not like the English air] S (es) T (tay) U (ooh) V (vay) W (doobla-vay) X (eeks) Y (ee-grek) Z (zed) It's written un alphabet (masculine) It's prononced almost like in english except 'bet' which is prononced 'bay', the 't' is not prononced
H is not pronounced in Spanish.
Well, you could have meant that question in two ways, so I'm answering both. The letters in the alphabet all together is pronounced: ab-ca-def-gee-jackal-minop-quick-stew-vick…-siys. Each individual letter is pronounced like so: A: aye B: bee C: cee D: dee E: ee F: ef G: gee H: ayche I: eye J: jay K: kay L: el M: em N: en O: oh P: pe Q:que R: are S: es T: tee U: you V: vee W: double-you X: ex Y: why Z: zee
The word "Meghalaya" literally means "The Abode of Clouds". Meghalaya is a small state in north-eastern India The climate of Meghalaya is moderate but humid, the average annua…l rainfall going as high as 1200 cm in some areas, making it the wettest state of India.
The letter "w" exists in Spanish, but all of the "w" words are borrowed from another language.
the letters are not pronounced, they are only written
A= ah B= beh (like 'be' in ' be d') C= ceh D= deh E= euh (like 'ear' in 'l ear n') F= eff (normal 'f') G= jay (normal 'j') H= ash I= eee (normal 'e') J= gee …(normal 'g') K= kah L= ell (normal 'l') M= emm (normal 'm') N= enn (normall 'n') O= oh P= pey (like 'pay') Q= koo (like 'coo') R= air S= ess (normal 's') T= tay U= ooh (like 'oo' in 'c oo l') V= vay W= dooble-vay X= eeks Y= ee-grek Z= zed (not 'zee')
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Quenya is a language - the "alphabet" is called Tengwar and is not exclusive to Quenya or even the Elvishlanguages in general - for example, it was also used to write theins…cription on the One Ring in the Black Tongue.
alphabet 'D' isn't pronounced.