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Do all languages of the world use a 26 letter alphabet?

Absolutely not. Each one has a different amount of letters. English uses the Latin alphabet. Hawaiian has a 12 letter alphabet and so on. Some languages such as Russian, Hebrew, Arabic use alphabets with different characters from the Latin alphabet.

Who and when invented Latin alphabet?

Answer . The Latin Alphabet has Phoenician origin and it passed indirectly to the Latins: Greeks were the first to adapt and modify the alphabet from Phoenicians and then they passed it to the Etruscans, who they also modified it. Latin Alphabet uses both Etruscan and Greek elements but it was furt (MORE)

Are there languages that have no alphabet?

Some of the languages of the indigenous peoples of North America had no written form. The indigenous peoples of Australia also had no written language, I believe, in a formal sense. In many cultures have very elaborate art forms that express the elements of a story, but these don't count as formal w (MORE)

Which languages use the Latin alphabet?

There are over 6000 Languages in the world, and the majority of them use the Latin-based alphabet. Here is a partial list: . Afrikaans . Albanian . Aragonese . Asturian . Azeri . Basque . Boholano . Breton . Catalan . Cebuano . Cornish . Corsican . Croatian . Czech . Danish . Dutch (MORE)

How many languages are there which are based on the Latin alphabet?

The majority of languages in the world with an alphabet are based on the Latin alphabet. Virtually all of the countries of North America, South America, Australia, and Western Europe use the Latin Alphabet. A Notable exception is Greece, which uses the Greek alphabet.

Why do you use latin is it not a dead language?

It is true that Latin is a dead language. However, the term "dead" simply implies that the language is no longer spoken. As having been a Latin student for several years, I realized that, although it is not spoken, studying the Latin language has many benefits. For example, the language has a defini (MORE)

Is Latin the language most used in science?

The Latin language isn't necessarily the language most used in science, but many words that we use derive from words in Latin. This can include prefixes, suffixes, and even whole words can be used. I know this because I take it and there are many words that have been taken to make English words. If (MORE)

How did the Greek alphabet influence the Latin alphabet?

The modern English Alphabet evolved from Phoenician: through Hellenic; Greek; Roman; Old English; Middle English; Modern English.. The letters for the phonemes: F; U; V; W; Y. Came from the Phoenician WAW; their name for the "w" phoneme in modern English. P: Phonecian symbol for the mouth. As (MORE)

How is the Latin alphabet different from the English alphabet?

The Latin alphabet IS the same as the English alphabet, with the exception of a few letters. The Modern Latin Alphabet is exactly the same as the English Alphabet. The Classic Latin alphabet is missing J, U, and W. There were no lower case letters at first, and K, Y and Z used only for writing wo (MORE)

In the computer's C Language why is the alphabet C used?

\nC comes from B & B comes from BCPL........... \nTO overcome the problems of BCPL they developed B (First char of BCPL)....& B also has some disadvantages so they go for next level i.e, B's next Letter .........:::::::C ..........then v called it as C language.. \nC comes from B & B comes from B (MORE)

Is the alphabet a language?

No. An alphabet is not a language. It is a set of symbols usedto write a language. One alphabet can be used to write more thanone language. Because an alphabet represents sounds, to some degreeany alphabet can be used to write any language, although mostlanguages use one preferred alphabet. . For e (MORE)

Who brought the Latin alphabet to Ireland?

When St. Patrick introduced Christianity to Ireland in the 5th century, Irish writers began to write in Latin, but it is not known who actually brought the Latin alphabet to Ireland.

Which languages use the Cyrillic alphabet?

The Cyrillic alphabet is used for many languages of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, including Russian, Ukrainian, Belorussian (Belarusian), Serbian, Macedonian and Bulgarian, as well as Mongolian. During the Soviet period, most of the Soviet republics used the Cyrillic alphabet for their (MORE)

How many languages use the English alphabet?

There is no English alphabet: English is written with the Latin alphabet. as of the 21st Century, more languages use Latin-based alphabets than any other (more than 1000 languages).

Are there any Latin words that are used in the English language?

The fields of law and medicine are full of Latin words. A judge may issue a writ of habeas corpus ("may you have the body") or designate a guardian ad litem ("for the lawsuit"), while your doctor may write a prescription to be taken BID ( bis in die , "twice in a day"). A few Latin words and (MORE)

Why does Yiddish use the Hebrew alphabet if it's a separate language?

Though Yiddish, which uses Hebrew letters, looks similar whenwritten down to a non-speaker of Yiddish or Hebrew, it is in factan entirely different language. Hebrew arose in the Middle East and falls into the Afro-AsiaticSemitic family of languages whereas Yiddish is an Indo-EuropeanGermanic languag (MORE)

What language allows a programmer to use alphabetic abbreviations?

There are list of programming languages in computer software.Moreover the assigned code word letters are in the Englishalphabet. So, it is easy to transmit. Also, there are plenty ofalphabetic abbreviations like; www- world wide web, I/O -- input/output, IP -- internet protocol & many more. Although (MORE)

What two languages that use the Latin alphabet?

Many languages use the Latin Alphabet. Here is a partial list: Afrikaans Albanian Basque Catalan Croatian Czech Danish Dutch English Esperanto Estonian Finnish French Frisian Galician German Hawaiian Hausa Hungarian Icelandic Ilocano Indonesian Irish Gaelic Italian Latvian Lithuanian Malay Maltese (MORE)

What kind of alphabet does the Russian language use?

The Russian use the Cyrillic alphabet. It consists of 33 letters. А (ah) Б (be (like a sheep sound)) В (ve) Г (ge) Д (de) Е (ye) Ё (yo) Ж (she( like the sound of a electric toothbrush)) З (ze) И (e(like in me)) Й (ya( like saying it quick (MORE)

Why is latin the only language used in classification?

Latin was the official language at the time of Aristotle and Linnaeus. It is now a dead language and if changed will create great confusion to nomenclature worldwide. It is a neutral language and has no political alignment.

Was latin the first language ever used?

Not even close. Latin wasn't spoken as a language until sometime around 700 BC. The Egyptians were already 2000+ years into their civilization, by then. So, was Egyptian the first language?

What was the modern country that used the latin language?

Italy is where Latin came from; it was the language of the ancientRomans. However, as the Roman Empire spanned most of southernEurope, North Africa and the Middle East, several modern countriesused the Latin language, such as Spain, Portugal, southern England,Greece, Turkey, Egypt and even present-d (MORE)

How does the Latin language still affect us today?

Some words used today originated from the latin language. The word LEGO comes from the latin for "play happy" for example. Lawyers use Latin phrases quite often -- subpoena, habeas corpus, ipso facto, de facto, de jure, inter alia, etc. (Yes, "et cetera" is latin). The zoologists and botani (MORE)

When did Latin stop being the language for Catholic sermons in the US?

Surely sermons - preaching to the congregation - were always done in the local vernacular language. The Mass was in Latin when I was a child in Ireland, but the sermons were always in English. They had to be in English, the congregation couldn't understand Latin. They only 'understood' the Mass b (MORE)

Why did scientist pick Latin as the language used in naming things?

I can illustrate the reason by giving an example from my own experience: Giving a talk on the use of herbs in medieval medicine to a group of visitors, I was explaining about the herb "lady's mantle". Everyone knew what I meant, except some Germans among the group, who looked puzzled. When I ment (MORE)

What are languages from latin?

Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Romanian are romance languages. This is a term which indicates that they are derived from Vulgar Latin; that is, from the mixture of Latin and local languages, which developed in parallel with classical Latin.

How does latin language influence us today?

Western European languages have adopted and adapted the Latin alphabet. The only letters in the English language which do not come from the Latin alphabet are J, U and W. Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, and Romanian are romance languages; that is languages derived from vulgar Latin ( which w (MORE)