Đ (đ) still exist in vietnamese (sadly?) idk how to explain its pronunciation in english but... a really heavy D?
Up in Norway, we still use æ. We also use å and ø.
Visually speaking this is your best video yet
We don't need more letters we need more punctuation marks
You should do a throwback to the days you made Stanley parable tutorials
a b c d e f g h i j k l m n ñ o p q r s t u v w x y z &
I will use all of these in the next essay that we write in school
Becoming the defacto letter that we know today as double v.
uu=w hmmm...... uu=DOUBLE U
We in iceland still use þ, ð and æ
Austin on the trending page,I feel like a proud parent
Cyrillic languages used letter "з" ("З") (not 3!) without any issues whatsoever. Also, Scandinavian languages are still full of same sounding and really usefull Æ Ø Å and other. Recongition of this letters is a pure habit. Sadly, English writing is not as phonetic as Norwegian or Ukrainian (but luckily more phonetic than French!)
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Only kings, pregnant women and people with parasites can use "we"
Honestly I’ve always used the ampersand just because I knew nobody else did at school, damn it’s hard being such an edgy trendsetter sometimes y’know
What about that c with the deelybob under it so it sounds like an s ?
Our brilliant children. They do enormous amount of homework and the kids are always studying. I am amazed at the language skills of our studious kids. Congratulations kids, keep up the good work.
Can we please kill off the letter C? It's stupid. Lets bring back one of these!
y^s video is ſå ᵹood. þ^u did ƿell Austin :D
Some words with the "gh" sound didn't make it silent, but instead changed the sound entirely. Hence why we have words like "rough" and "tough", where it became an F sound. Also, in the name "Edinburgh", it was even changed into a vowel sound (ed-in-burr-uh)
I'll just speak in binary.01001000 01101001
What about the at letter @ symbol
what about ñ and ng?
Alexander Gill.... is that why we have the typeface named Gill Sans?
Am I the only one that tries to imagine other letters to put in our alphabet or other colours or just me
7:53 hmmm... Alexander gill, Gill Alexander , ALEX THE GREAT who gets the refference? :P
I vote bring them back!
I þink we should start using þorn again. Who's wiþ me?!
We need fewer letters, not more! Get rid of 'C'! It's useless!
why do people call the abecedary 'alphabet'? alphabet = greeks
Þ, Æ, Ö are still a big part of the Icelandic alphabet. æ and ð are literally just lower case Æ and Þ.Along with á, é, í, ó, ú,
"Oh yeah I have words". Ha! that's where I subscribe.
So why did they decide that Y was a suitable substitute for Þ? They look and sound nothing alike. Ȝ got replaced by Z because the lowercase script z looks a lot like the lowercase ȝ. Then people started pronouncing it like a z and we ended up with names like McKenzie.Æ and Œ are just ligatures, aren't they? What's the evidence that they were ever considered distinct letters of the English alphabet? Also, I don't think ſ was ever considered a distinct letter from s, just two different ways to write the same letter, the same as a and g have two different forms depending on the font. Note that the long rule about when to use long s doesn't work in the word loſt where ſ is the only s in the word. In truth, printers used whichever letter form they wanted, either randomly or based upon personal aesthetics.
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I would love for thorn thorn to be re-added. It seems like the one letter that would actually make sense to be reintroduced
M Y L I F E I S A L I E
So, how you all doiŋ?
We gotta bring back thorn.
If you think about it. The alphabet doesn't need to be in order.
Þ, Ð and Æ are all still used in Icelandic, btw
Æ is definitely a letter here in Denmark together with Å and Ø
æ and œ are still used in British English except that we would spell out aether or foetus but use it as a typographic ligature because æther and fœtus looks nicer on paper in the same way that th and fi are often combined.