Learning English Grammar Step by Step : Alphabet

By | June 24, 2022

Learning English Grammar Step by Step :

ALPHABET

US

Aa

[eɪ]

Bb

[biː]

Cc

[siː]

Dd

[diː]

Ee

[iː]

Ff

[ɛf]

Gg

[dʒiː]

Hh

[eɪtʃ]

Ii

[aɪ]

Jj

[dʒeɪ]

Kk

[keɪ]

Ll

[ɛl]

Mm

 [ɛm]

Nn

[ɛn]

Oo

[oʊ]

Pp

 [piː]

Qq

[kjuː]

Rr

[ɑr]

Ss

[ɛs]

Tt

 [tiː]

Uu

[juː]

Ww

[ˈdʌbəl juː]

Xx

[ɛks]

Yy

[waɪ]

Zz

[ziː]

 

US Alphabet

 

 

British

Aa

[eɪ]

Bb

[biː]

Cc

[siː]

Dd

[diː]

Ee

[iː]

Ff

[ɛf]

Gg

[dʒiː]

Hh

[eɪtʃ]

Ii

[aɪ]

Jj

[dʒeɪ]

Kk

[keɪ]

Ll

[ɛl]

Mm

 [ɛm]

Nn

[ɛn]

Oo

[oʊ]

Pp

 [piː]

Qq

[kjuː]

Rr

[ɑ:]

Ss

[ɛs]

Tt

 [tiː]

Uu

[juː]

Ww

[ˈdʌbəl juː]

Xx

[ɛks]

Yy

[waɪ]

Zz

/zɛd/

British Alphabet

 

 

Differences between US and British Pronunciation 
  • The letter “z” is pronounced differently in American English than in British English . An Englishman, Scotsman or Welshman would say /zɛd/ (zed), while an American would pronounce this letter as /ziː/ (zee).
  • The letter “r”. This is pronounced as /ɑː/ (aa) in British English and as /ɑr/ (arr) in American English.

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