There is very little to be known about the history of the alphabet. The origins lay in the Hebrew, Greek and Latin alphabets.
The Latin Alphabet formed the basis for the English alphabet.
How many alphabet in english 26
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.
You don't. The Greek alphabet is quite different from the Latin alphabet (which is used for English).
all of the written vowels in the Spanish alphabet also appear in the English alphabet.
Nobody. English uses the Roman alphabet, which was inspired by the Greek alphabet.
English only has 1 alphabet, called the Latin Alphabet.
The Latin alphabet forms the basis of the English alphabet, it is the same alphabet, with the exceptions of J, U, and W.
There isn't an alphabet with origins from all three of those languages.
No one discovered the English alphabet. It was invented by Catholic monks who adapted the Latin alphabet to fit English.
RUNES- the Anglo Saxon alphabet Runes were made up of various different signs, and are often readable as English letters when you turn them upside- down. This theory works with L and U. Runes have missing letters in their alphabet that we use today.
The English alphabet was adapted from the Latin alphabet around the 8th or 9th Century.
The name of the English alphabet is the Roman Alphabet. As opposed to the Russian one, which is Cyrillic.
Both English and Albanian use versions of the Latin alphabet.
the English alphabet stems from Latin
the english alphabet comes from LATIN
There are 26 letters in the English alphabet.
The first letter in english alphabet is "A"
The Roman alphabet.
The Modern Latin (Roman) Alphabet is exactly the same as the English Alphabet.
The English alphabet has three extra letters: J, U, and W.
The penultimate letter of the English alphabet is 'Y'.
'Z' is the last letter of the English Alphabet.