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Nothing is Perfect


In the north we like to be special with our alphabets. :XD:

But not too much like those Russians and Japanese and all that...


11th August 2010

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1193 Comments:
 
3 days ago #9352470        

Almost all countries have added something to the latin alphabet.



7 days ago #9351254        

Let me show you the hungarian alphabet: a á b c cs d dz dzs e é f g gy h i í j k l ly m n ny o ó ö ő p q r s sz t ty u ú ü ű v w x y z zs

and you should make a hungarian girl avatar ;)
here is a little help: http://archives.deccanchronicle.com/sites/default/files/mediaimages/gallery/2013/Jul/Hungarian_2007_2.jpg



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14 days ago #9348282        

@Garizzas The Icelandic one is as long as yours. A Á B D Ð E É F G H I Í J K L M N O Ó P R S T U Ú V X Y Ý Þ Æ Ö



22 days ago #9345095        

@EricTheRedAndWhite
Ah, thank you for clearing that up.


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24 days ago #9344309        

@EricTheRedAndWhite Oh, now I remember W, but didn't now about J and U. Yeah, I learned something new today :D



24 days ago #9344101        

@AdVocaloid
@Green
J, U and W were not part of the original Latin alphabet. They are later additions, just like Æ, Ø, Å, Ä, Ö and other individual languages' special letters.



27 days ago #9342940        

what about j,u, and w??????



28 days ago #9342730        

Well... it don't have "J" and "U", and in Spanish we have "Ñ" and used to have "CH", "LL" and "RR" but now they are two characters and not one.



1 month ago #9339874        

Okay, here's lithuanian. Who has longer?
A Ą B C Č D E Ę Ė F G H I Į Y J K L M N O P R S Š T U Ų Ū V Z Ž



1 month ago #9339468        

aaand the w



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