Alphabet

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Practise your writing by answering the questions and telling us what you think about the alphabet.

  • How many letters are there in the English alphabet?
  • Is this the same in your language?
  • In English we usually write from left to right. Which languages are different?
  • How quickly can you say the alphabet in English?
Average: 3.9 (60 votes)

Submitted by SeriousMoonstone100 on Mon, 18/09/2023 - 14:57

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English is so fun because English wold so easy But some english hard

Submitted by DoctorWebDinosaur on Mon, 31/07/2023 - 18:34

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there 29 letters in turkish alpahbet.

Submitted by YoungJewel8 on Fri, 14/07/2023 - 15:11

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The English Alphabet has 26 letters. Yes, it is the same of our language! Yes, Chinese and Arabic they write from right to left! I can say the english alphabet in 8 seconds!

Submitted by LovelyDungeon9999 on Thu, 20/04/2023 - 02:47

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there are 27 letters are in Spanish and there are 46 letters are in Japanese

Submitted by PinkFlute3000 on Thu, 06/04/2023 - 13:04

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There are 26 letters in English, but there are 29 letters in Turkish.Q ,W and X do not exist in Turkish but we have 6 extra letters: Ü,Ö,Ş,Ç,Ğ and ı. In Turkish we write left to right too. But in Arabic and in Chinese people write from right to left. I can say the alphabet in English in less than 1 minute.

Hi PunkFlute3000,
Now I am living in Turkey but I don’t know the Turkish language very well, I’m so interested to learn Turkish language well

Submitted by PrincessMarchTune on Mon, 02/01/2023 - 11:06

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Its a lot of different alphabets in this world, There are Korean, Japanese, English, Arabic, Chinese, and the other alphabet that very interest for learn it. It's very fun to learn all the alphabets in the world.

Submitted by MissSunflowerViolin on Wed, 28/09/2022 - 16:54

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There are 26 alphabets in English. But there are 33 alphabets in Burmese. Alphabets number is not same but writing them form left to right is same. I can say The English Alphabets in 4 seconds.

Submitted by SpecialJade8 on Sat, 30/07/2022 - 04:56

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The English alphabet have 26 letters. This language is the same my language. In my language write from left to right, too. I can read the English alphabet in 1 beat

Submitted by ThoughtfulYell… on Wed, 27/04/2022 - 08:39

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I can tell the English alphabet in 7 seconds

Submitted by DoctorJavelinVillage on Mon, 18/04/2022 - 13:12

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The Vietnamese's Alphabet is have 29 letters but in English's Alphabet is have 26 letters. In Vietnamese, we usually write from the left to the right like English, too.The English don't have the letters like Vietnamese. I don't know I can read English's Alphabet slowly or quickly.

Submitted by AgentToadPharaoh on Sun, 03/04/2022 - 22:27

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There are 26 letters in English alphabet. But in Thai alphabet, there are 44 letters which is more than in English. I think that to Japanese language is writing different from other because they write from right to left. Finally, I could say ABC in 6 seconds.

Submitted by QueenWhaleInternet on Sun, 27/02/2022 - 03:26

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English alphabet has 26 letters. But in Sinhala there are 60 letters. I can say the English alphabet in 4 seconds.

Submitted by QueenActressMisty on Thu, 23/12/2021 - 12:30

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There are 29 letters in VietNam.

Submitted by PurpleCoyoteMaracas on Wed, 22/12/2021 - 09:19

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There are 26 letters in English alphabet. In Myanmar there are 33 letter. I can say 4, 6, 8, 9 or 12seconds

Submitted by FierceMetal100 on Tue, 30/11/2021 - 00:43

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1. English has 24 letters. In Viet Nam, we have 36-37 letters. 2. I don't say quickly that much! Because I'm Vietnamese :)

Submitted by CaptainBeachAl… on Tue, 05/10/2021 - 02:45

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Nunu there are 26 letters in the english alphabet lesser than in vietnamese, 29 letters. in vietnamese we usually write from left to right too. its the same in english.

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