An is the first letter of the Georgian alphabet.
The Italian alphabet looks like any other alphabet in the western world.
No; it's written in its own alphabet. It is based off of the ancient Phoenician alphabet, like Cyrillic, so you can say that they have a very distant common ancestor (in a way).
Same as the English alphabet with different pronunciations.
Like the letters of the alphabet. There are also two that look like "?" and "!".
Cursive AlphabetPlease use the related links to view pictures of the cursive alphabet.
This depends on which of the many alphabets you are addressing. The Latin alphabet contains 26 letters. The Georgianalphabet contains 41 letters. The Hindi alphabet contains 58 letters.
There is no such thing as a "mesopotamian alphabet". For information about Akkadian, see the link at the bottom:
letters of the alphabet a-z
They resemble letters of the alphabet.
It is a letter in the Greek alphabet.
Sixteen symbols, no vowels.
I suggest you look at this: http://www.omniglot.com/writing/irish.htm
letters of the alphabet and one looks like a ! and the second looks like a ?
The Romans had the same alphabet that we do today except we added a few letters like W and others.
No. Armenian and Georgian languages are quite different. Armenian language belongs to Indo-European languages' family, consisting a separate branch thereof. While Georgian language is Caucasian language and has been for centuries as only Caucasian language, having alphabet and literature. Georgian and Armenian languages are written by their own scripts. Georgian alphabet was invented by King Parnavaz of Iberia in V c BC. The oldest Georgian inscription found ever belongs to II AD. Georgian alphabet has changed its forms for 2 times and nowadays Georgian language has 3 different alphabets. First 2 is used for church services and the newest is the official script for Georgian language as a state language of Georgia. Armenian alphabet was invented by Armenian scholar Mesrop Mashtots in V c AD, 10 centuries later. It has never changed forms, only some letters were added in later mid centuries and it is used as official script for Armenian language. Davit Chikvaidze
See the related link to Wikipedia for a breakdown of he Hungarian alphabet - including pronunciation of each letter.
it was kind of shaped like a paddle with the alphabet and the lords prayer written on it.
It's exactly the same as the English one.
the letter L is not in the Japanese alphabet.
Cursive letters are 'joined up writing'
Go into Google.co.uk and hit on "images" then ask for Georgian homes
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