The French alphabet, referred to as Alphabet Français in French, consists of the same 26 letters as the English alphabet. However, there are several differences, including letter accents such as à, ç, é, ê, and ï. These accented letters do not appear in the alphabet, but appear often in the language and writing. How and when to use letter accents is crucial to learning to write and read in the language.
Another difference is that of pronunciation. A few letters in the alphabet are pronounced the same as English (such as the letter "F"), but most of the letters are pronounced either somewhat or vastly different.
The letters are the same as in English, the only difference being that there are accents in certain conjugations or prepositions (ex: é, à, où, etc.)
If you literally mean ''the alphabet'', it would be ''l'alphabet'', spelled exactly the same way.
the alphabet = l'alphabet
The French alphabet has the same spelling than the English alphabet. You can hear it at: (link).
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question There are no accents.
We all use the standard alphabet to Craig would be spelled the same as in French.
by using the french alphabet that isn't too unlike the English.
The alphabet itself does not spell anything. However, when you pick and arrange certain letters from the alphabet, it can spell any word in the English language.
matériaux French alphabet sounds: em-a-tay-urr accent aigu-air-ee-a-ou-eeks
'The alphabet' is indeed correctly spelled.
The letters of the French alphabet are the same as the English Alphabet, they are just pronounced differently.
The letters of the French Alphabet are the same as the English Alphabet, they are just pronounced differently.
The same way you do in English: ALPHABET
Personal names as a rule aren't translated. Chelsea stays Chelsea in French as well as in just about any language with a similar alphabet.
The Mexican alphabet. The Greek use the Greek alphabet. The Germans use the German alphabet. The French use the French alphabet. Etc.
There is no such alphabet called the "romance alphabet". If you are talking about the Latin alphabet, French uses all of the letters of the Latin alphabet with a few additions, including: Ã§, j, u, and w. (w is only used in foreign words in French).
French uses the same alphabet as English, but they just pronounce the names of the letters differenly. Instead of bring called "ay" it's called "ah"
abc... is the alphabet.
You are correct.
Dude, spanish uses the same alphabet we do.
"zhay" does not exist in the French alphabet, the letter "z" is pronounced "zed".