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English Alphabet History

The English alphabet history traces its root back to fifth-century Anglo-Saxon runes and Latin alphabets. The combination of the two evolved into the current 26 letters of the English alphabet.

Asked in Relationships, English Alphabet History, Emotions

What is the meaning of each alphabet of love?

A- Adoring B- Bride C- Caring D- Darling E- Elegant F- First sight G- Groom H- Happiness I- I love you sayings J- Joking K- kissing L- LOVE M- Making out N- Never Apart O- Only one P- Poems Q- Quietness R- Romance S- Sex T- True Love U- Universal V- Violin music W- Wild X- eXotic Y- You're the One Z- Zany ...
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Asked in Inventions, Football - Soccer, Alphabet History, English Alphabet History

In what country was footballl invented?

The first mention of anything like football comes from China in the 2nd and 3rd century BC. A military training exercise involved kicking a ball through a target, whilst being attacked by opponents. Something similar also existed in Japan. The first game of this type was played in ancient Greece and Rome, but this was really more like violent dodgeball. The game closest to the modern game developed in Britain over the last 1500 years or so. Its origins are unclear (some...
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Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Education, English Alphabet History

What is orthographic alphabet?

Orthographic means a method of representing the sounds of a language by written or printed symbols, such as a letter or a book or the ancient writings of Egypt as found on ancient tombs or buildings. ...
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Asked in English Language, English Alphabet History

When did the letter p enter the English alphabet?

All letters of the English version of the Latin alphabet entered at the same time, except for J, U, and W. ...
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Asked in English Alphabet History, Vowel Sounds

Is the letter y in happy a vowel or consonant?

It is a vowel. Sometimes, the letter y is a consonant, and other times it is a vowel. The rule for telling the two apart is simple: The letter y is a consonant when it is the first letter of a syllable that has more than one letter. If y is anywhere else in the syllable, it is a vowel. ...
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Asked in English Alphabet History

The ninth word in the phenetic alphabet?

sorry if u thought that was right but I is actually India... go onto google and type in phenetic alphabet. India is I. ...
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Asked in English Alphabet History

When was the alphabet song written?

The theme of the song was used by Mozart as early as 1781 for his piano variations on the French folk song "Ah, vous dirai-je, Maman" which dates to before 1761. This tune is the same used for "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star". The first copyrighted version of the ABC song was published in 1835 by Charles Bradlee of Boston. Its long title was "The A.B.C., a German air with variations for the flute with an easy accompaniment for the piano forte." ...
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Asked in English Alphabet History, Family Feud

Something people alphabetize?

books files lists topics categories groups directories phonebooks address books ...
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Asked in Narcissism, English Alphabet History, APA Format, Glasses and Eyewear

Would a real narcissist tell you that you could do better than to be with them?

Narcissists continually test their companions/mates/spouses - "If she knows my true character will she abandon me"? It would be a mistake to attribute this kind of behavior to altruistic motives. From my experience with an N, they would never say that anyone is better than them. It is probably just a trick to get supply out of you, make you feel sorry for him, because believe me, they don't think anyone is better than them. Yes, to manipulate you. ...
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Asked in Astronomy, Word Brain Teasers, Scrabble, English Alphabet History

What do these letters represent O B A F G K M N?

OBAFGKMN represents the spectral types of stars in order as seen on the Hertzsprung Russell Diagram. A common mnemonic device for this is: Oh Be A Fine Girl Kiss Me Now. They stand for the diffrent classes of stars. They are put in these classes depending on what color they are and how hot they are. The letters refer to how prominently hydrogen is visible in a stars spectrum. It originally existed on a full scale: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO As the physics of stars became better understood, many...
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Asked in Computers, Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Business Plans, English Alphabet History

What are the importance of computer in business?

it has an efficient and effective control over human error.it saves a lot of time. it also serves as a useful tool for fast communication through e-mails, chatting etc,.it is possible to calculate or summarize quantitative information. ...
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Asked in Poetry, Imagery, English Alphabet History

What is imagery in poetry?

Imagery in poetry is what the words of the poem make the reader 'see' in their imagination. it is the colors, sounds, and sometimes feelings evoked by the poem. ...
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Asked in English Alphabet History

What is the most beautiful letter in the alphabet?

The most beautiful letter in the alphabt is "S". Because, in this letter has the light blend and also it is life thought, like life did't have a stright path. ...
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Asked in Inventions, Academic Writing, Alphabet History, English Alphabet History

Who invented the alphabet?

The history of the alphabet started in ancient Egypt. By 2700 BCE Egyptian writing had a set of some 24 hieroglyphs which are called uniliterals, to represent syllables that begin with a single consonant of their language, plus a vowel (or no vowel) to be supplied by the native speaker. These glyphs were used as pronunciation guides for logograms, to write grammatical inflections, and, later, to transcribe loan words and foreign names. But the Egyptians never used these "letters" by themselves; they were...
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Asked in Word Games, English Alphabet History

What are the alphabet backwards?

This is easy, you just say it backwards: ZYXWVUTSRQPONMLKJIHGFEDCBA. Or in non caps: zyxwvutsrqponmlkjihgfedcba. ...
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Asked in English Alphabet History, English to Greek

How do you write Oh My God in greek using English alphabet?

TheE moo TH is pronounced like the TH in the word "thought" or "think" not like "then" or "this" theE moo ...
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Asked in Inventions, Alphabet History, English Alphabet History

Which country invented Tacos?

Though the appearance of similar sandwiches world wide does cause debate, the taco comes from Mexico but actually predates the country. Mind you, the word DOES NOT, and conflicting stories exist as to when tacos began being referred to as tacos. One source claims it was in the 1900s, another claims the Conquistadors used the word in reference to early fish tacos eaten by natives of the Valley of Mexico. In short however, tacos originated in Mexico. ...
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Asked in Mental Health, HIV and AIDS, Alphabet History, English Alphabet History

What are the most frequently used IQ tests and why?

Type in Google Then type in the question you just posted on the board. You will get lots of data on this. However, be aware that there is no simple answer to who is of a high IQ and who isn't. Marcy ...
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Asked in English Alphabet History

What letter in the English alphabet has a wishbone shape?

The letter Y has a wishbone shape.
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Asked in English Language, Essays, English Alphabet History

Why is English important in today's world?

English is important in this world because a lot of the major places speak it. For instance, Europe and the Americas speak it. And because when the early explorers explored in the early days, they claimed some places for english-speaking places. Now it is a custom for everybody to learn english.... Everybody speaks it! Is the International Language and is one of the most popular and most spoken in the technology world. We need to know English language in order to study...
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