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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latin_alphabet

This scheme has continued to be used by most modern European languages that have adopted the Latin alphabet. For the Latin sounds represented by the various letters see Latin spelling and pronunciation; for the names of the letters in English see English alphabet. Diacritics were not regularly used, but they did occur ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Latin-script_alphabets

The tables below summarize and compare the letter inventory of some of the Latin-script alphabets. In this article, the scope of the word "alphabet" is broadened to include letters with tone marks, and other diacritics used to represent a wide range of orthographic traditions, without regard to whether or how they are ...

www.omniglot.com/writing/latin.htm

The modern Latin alphabet is used to write hundreds of different languages. Each language uses a slightly different set of letters, and they are pronounced in various ways. Some languages use the standard 26 letters, some use fewer, and others use more. This is the modern Latin alphabet as used to write English. English ...

www.thebookmarkshop.com/latin/latinalphabet.htm

Modern Latin alphabet. The modern Latin alphabet consists of 52 letters, including both upper and lower case, plus 10 numerals, punctuation marks and a variety of other symbols such as &, % and @. Many languages add a variety of accents to the basic letters, and a few also use extra letters and ligatures. The lowercase ...

www.britannica.com/topic/Latin-alphabet

The classical Latin alphabet consisted of 23 letters, 21 of which were derived from the Etruscan alphabet. In medieval times the letter I was differentiated into I and J and V into U, V, and W, producing an alphabet equivalent to that of modern English with 26 letters. Some European languages currently using the Latin ...

www.how-ocr-works.com/languages/latin-alphabet.html

In this sense, Carolingian script was the basis for our modern Latin-alphabet fonts…! It's easy to see how the Gothic fonts (often called “Fraktur” or “blackletter”) used in Europe until 1941 were derived from the uncial and Carolingian script during the 12th century! Gothic typefaces offered a real advantage to the scholars that ...

www.ancientscripts.com/latin.html

Slowly the Latin alphabet became increasingly standardized. Writing direction settled on left-to-right toward the 5th or 4th century BCE, and letter shapes became more or less the same in Latium. And by Rome's Republican period (3rd century BCE), the Latin alphabet has evolved to the "modern" form: The letters Y and Z ...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=Modern+Latin+Alphabet&v=0oWWOJW3948
Apr 11, 2011 ... We may not speak Latin anymore, but that doesn't mean we don't know how it's pronounced. This video covers consonants, which are mostly the same as our Engli...

www.lexilogos.com/keyboard/greek_modern_conversion.htm

Online converter to convert a Greek (Modern) text in Latin characters.