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Why is the roman alphabet important?

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English, the universal language of the globe today, uses the Roman Alphabet.

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a - the 1st letter of the Roman alphabet b - the 2nd letter of the Roman alphabet c - the 3rd letter of the Roman alphabet d - the 4th letter of the Roman alphabet e - the 5th letter of the Roman alphabet f - the 6th letter of the Roman alphabet g - the 7th letter of the Roman alphabet h - the 8th letter of the Roman alphabet i - the 9th letter of the Roman alphabet j - the 10th letter of the Roman alphabet k - the 11th letter of the Roman alphabet l - the 12th letter of the Roman alphabet m - the 13th letter of the Roman alphabet n - the 14th letter of the Roman alphabet o - the 15th letter of the Roman alphabet p - the 16th letter of the Roman alphabet q - the 17th letter of the Roman alphabet r - the 18th letter of the Roman alphabet s - the 19th letter of the Roman alphabet t - the 20th letter of the Roman alphabet u - the 21st letter of the Roman alphabet v - the 22nd letter of the Roman alphabet double-u, w - the 23rd letter of the Roman alphabet x, ex - the 24th letter of the Roman alphabet wye, y - the 25th letter of the Roman alphabet ezed, izzard, zed, zee, z - the 26th letter of the Roman alphabet; "the British call Z zed and the Scots call it ezed but Americans call it zee"; "he doesn't know A from izzard"

It's 'A', since the English alphabet was derived from the Roman alphabet- or Latin alphabet.

The Greek alphabet is not a Roman numeral!

The Roman alphabet is used for writing many languages. Many of them are in all other important respects unrelated, and there is no generic term for them.

Technically, there is no such thing as the American alphabet, but the English language does use the Roman alphabet.

There is no Roman alphabet. It's called the Latin alphabet, and yes, the Romanian alphabet is a variety of the Latin alphabet, just as English is.

The Roman alphabet was the Latin alphabet. The Romans were Latins and therefore spoke Latin.

The Modern Latin (Roman) Alphabet is exactly the same as the English Alphabet.

The English alphabet is made up of Roman letters, therefore, none.

The Latin Alphabet (somewhat erroneously called the Roman Alphabet).

The alphabet we use today was based on the Phoenician alphabet system, passed to us via the Greek and Roman alphabets.

The English alphabet is the Roman alphabet with some minor modifications.

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.

Nobody. English uses the Roman alphabet, which was inspired by the Greek alphabet.

No, the Roman alphabet is the same as the English alphabet take away the j,k,w,y and z. The modern Greek alphabet has 24 characters and the letters are different and look different.

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Their alphabet on which the Greek and Roman alphabets were based, and so modern alphabets.

Developing an alphabet which became the basis of the Greek and Roman ones, and hence of today's alphabets.

The name of the English alphabet is the Roman Alphabet. As opposed to the Russian one, which is Cyrillic.

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Answers: Religion (most eastern and souther Slavs are Orthodox Christians while western Slavs are Roman Catholic) and writing system (Roman Catholic Slav use the Roman alphabet while Orthodox Slavs use the Cyrillic alphabet).

In medieval times, G in the Roman alphabet (along with P) stood for 400. Today, however, G is not recognized as an important roman numeral and therefore not used.

The letter in the Phonecian alphabet were the base upon which the Greek alphabet was built. From the greek alphabet, the roman alphabet was formed. The ancient roman alphabet are the letters used in Latin, and all of the Romance languages (English, Frensh, Spanish, Italian, ect.) '


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