The English Alphabet is a no-cost download from Electricka that shows the capital and lowercase letters of the modern English alphabet.
The English Alphabet is organized in the form of a table in which each letter is a symbol, with symbols that represent the capitals (uppercase or large letters) in the left column and the symbols that represent the lowercase (or small) letters in the right column. The name of the symbol, spelled in English, is in the right-most column.
Each row in the table represents a specific letter in the 26-letter English alphabet. Reading from left to right, a row contains an image of the capital letter, an image of the corresponding lowercase letter, and the name of the letter spelled in English, in that order.
Each symbol denotes a single vowel or consonant—a single sound in the English language. Pronounce (sound out) the letter name in the table to hear how the letter is pronounced.
The table takes the form of a computer file. Keep the table handy for future reference on your computer and open it whenever you want to decipher Greek writing; or print it and take it with you. Consult the alphabet when you want to:
If English is a second language, keep this alphabet close; it's a handy reference.
The English Alphabet is contained in a file organized in PDF format and is intended to be used with an Adobe Reader or any other app that lets you read PDF documents. It runs on personal computers, laptops, tablets, cell phones, PDAs, or any other device that allows you to use Adobe Reader.
Letters are in Times New Roman font. Individual letters are recorded in text mode rather than graphic mode, which means that you can copy and paste them or edit them if you have suitable editing software.
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English is the lingua franca of the modern world. We all take it for granted, but the machinery of the world would grind to a halt without it. You may find exploring the origin of this wonderful, workaday linguistic tool surprisingly interesting.
The Greek alphabet has given rise to many other alphabets used in Europe and the Middle East, including the Latin alphabet. It is used for writing modern Greek today. In addition, its letters are employed as symbols in mathematics and engineering, as particle names in physics, as the names of stars, in the names of fraternities and sororities, in the naming of certain tropical cyclones, and for other purposes.
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