It is likely that there are many people who learned the English alphabet at a very young age, and it has a fascinating history. When you start learning the English alphabet, it is natural to take it for granted and have little interest in learning more about its history, meaning or even its origins.


There are some great ways to memorize the English alphabet so your kid can speed up writing in English. The alphabet songs can help your kid memorize the pronunciation of each letter in a fun way. Listening to English nursery rhymes or watching cartoons will help your kids learn the English alphabet for fun and understand simple words clearly.


If you understand how the alphabet is written and how each letter pronounces, you will be a better communicator overall. Depending on how it is made, the sound of each letter in English can be divided into two main groups: consonants and vowels. The vowel letters are considered consonant letters when they are quiet, represented by the letters A and E, while the vowel is represented in words such as onion and quail.


A is considered the unique letter of the alphabet, and it is the only letter in the English alphabet with a single beginning.


Here are some unusual facts about English Alphabets:

'I am' is the complete sentence


There are 16 vowel sounds and only 5 vowels


G is a silent letter in sign but sounded in signal


The only letter not to appear in any US State name is Q


All 26 letters in a sentence: Pack my box with five dozen liquor jugs


Uncopyrightable is the longest word which has no repeatable letters


The letter W is the only letter in the alphabet that has 3 syllables (all others have 1)


The two most common words are 'I' and 'you'


Only one country starts with O i.e. Oman


The dot over letters i or j is named title/superscript


Queueing is the sole word having five consecutive vowels


Do you know Pronunciation word is the most mispronounced word?


More than 40 distinct sounds can be made from 26 letters of the English alphabet