There are over 6000 Languages in the world, and the majority of them use the Latin-based alphabet. Here is a partial list:
Africa is made of of countries that use thousands of languages. Most languages in Africa use either the Latin alphabet or the Arabic 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).
The ancient Romans used the alphabet we use: the Latin alphabet. Latin was their language. Western languages have adopted and adapted the Latin alphabet.
The vast majority of African languages use the Latin alphabet. Most of the remaining languages use the Arabic alphabet. There are a few native scripts, such as Amharic. Somali used to have a unique script, but today uses 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.
All languages that use the Latin alphabet have the letter A, which is more than 1000 languages. There is also a very similar looking letter in both the Cyrillic alphabet and the Greek alphabet.
My alphabet? I use the Latin, or Roman, alphabet. It's used in many European Languages, but with slight variations.
If you are asking what alphabet is used in Native American reservations, the answer is that ALL Native Americans speak English and use the English version of the Latin alphabet. Most reservations that use native languages alongside English, also use the Latin alphabet for those languages, with a few exceptions, such as Cherokee.
The Phoenician alphabet, from which the Greek and Latin alphabets were developed.
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.
Israel uses the Hebrew alphabet for the Hebrew language, the Arabic alphabet for the Arabic language, and the Latin alphabet for the English languages. Signs in all three languages can be found throughout Israel.
It depends on what language you are talking about, but most languages that use the Latin alphabet put S right after R.
a few, including: Czech Polish Slovak Slovenian
Actually about 200 languages use Roman or Latin alphabetic characters. The languages as diverse as Flemish and Zulu. English and German also use the script.
The German Language uses a modification of the Latin Alphabet, as does English, French, Spanish, and the Scandinavian languages, among others.
It depends on which alphabet you want to compare to the Latin Alphabet. You would have to specify which alphabet you use.
The same kind as all romance languages have...the Latin Alphabet.
They are alphabet based, Indo-European languages.
The Romans were Latins and therefore used the Latin alphabet. All western European languages have adopted and adapted the Latin alphabet. What you are reading is in Latin alphabet. The English alphabet uses all of the Latin letters and has added J, U, and W.
The alphabets of western European languages were adapted from the Latin alphabet. The Romans were Latins. Therefore, they used the Latin alphabet. There was not such a thing as a Roman alphabet.
No, ancient Roman writing was not pictographic. Their writing was almost the same as ours. The Romans used the Latin alphabet (the were Latins). The western European languages use adapted forms of the Latin Alphabet. Additionally, the English alphabet has the letters J, U, and W which the Latin alphabet did not have.
Yes. Most languages of the world have a cursive form, including all languages that use the Latin alphabet and the Cyrillic alphabet. Hebrew also has a cursive form, and Arabic ONLY has a cursive form.
The language of the Roman Empire was Latin, which is virtually dead today (although is still official in Vatican City and the language of the Catholic Church). The Roman Empire spread over all of the Mediterranean and the majority of Western Europe, so most people in these areas adopted the Latin language. When the Roman Empire fell, people in regions started creating their own languages based on Latin. For example, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, and Romanian are examples of Romance Languages. Romance Languages are languages that are derived from Latin, and is named for the Roman Empire. However, Latin influence doesn't just stop there. The Romans also created their own alphabet for their language: the Latin Alphabet. Today, the Latin Alphabet is the most widely used alphabet in the world. Romance languages use the Latin Alphabet, as well as Germanic languages (such as English, German, Dutch, and Swedish), Uralic Languages (Finnish, Hungarian, and Estonian), and the Turkish language. Slavic languages (such as Russian, Ukrainian, Serbian, and Macedonian) and Greek have their own alphabets, however, there is also a form of Latin writing in these languages. This shows the importance of the Latin Alphabet today.
There was not a Roman alphabet. There was the Latin alphabet, which was the alphabet of the ancient Romans (they were Latins) and the other Latins. Modern western European languages have adapted and adopted the Latin alphabet. In English the only letters which do not come from the Latin alphabet are J, U and W.
The Latin alphabet used with the English and several other romance languages has 26 letters. Variations of the Latin alphabet as used by the Spanish, Polish, Swedish, and Turkish languages, and others, have a different number of letters.