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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

Tagged in Italy Denmark Iceland Norway Sweden


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5 months ago #9482953        
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Poor Italy is so tired of everybody changing his alphabet.



8 months ago #9447609        
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Ä Ö Ü, the german UMLAUTE!!



1 month ago #9518628        
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Actually, there ARE three letters missing: J, U and W



StevenU

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2 months ago #9504784        
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Malta comes in and adds Ċ Ġ GĦ Ħ and Ż and removes Y and C



9 months ago #9438025        
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The Icelandic alphabet is actually:
AÁBDÐEÉFGHIÍJKLMNOÓPRSTUÚVXYÝZÞÆÖ (though the z is archaic)

The Þ is indeed pronounced like the TH in "Thunder"
While the Ð is pronounced like the TH in "This"

Tourists here tend to think the Þ is just a P... making their pronunciation of our national park Þingvellir hilarious, yet tiresome :p
Also because of the harsh way we sometimes pronounce LL... kind of a "DDL".

:p



Hakosu

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11 months ago #9421839        
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And then there's Chinese and Vietnamese and basically all Asian languages that essentially say "f**k you and your alphabet" to all European languages :D

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11 months ago #9421274        
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It's still missing three letters regardless. Yot/J, oo/U, and vay/W.

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Giraffe

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11 months ago #9419318        
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Circles and lines make letters fancy!



hajlakan

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1 year ago #9395308        
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Where is J and U?

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1 year ago #9389221        
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Hey! I spotted more mistakes! Ä Ö Ü ß. Much better xD

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