Okay, let me try this again. The last time I tried posting this, it posted 14 times.
The letter "q" could be replaced by the letter "k" and it would have no effect. "Q" is always followed by the letter "u" to make the "kw" sound. So why include it at all?
Queen becomes Kween
Question becomes Kwestion
Equation becomes Ekwation
..And so on. If the letter "Q" didn't exist, there would be 25 letters in the alphabet, which is a much more standard number (multiple of 5, easier to remember, etc).
Do you agree with this rekwest?
This may not be the most effective way of communicating but it beats no communication. My friends parents are deaf and they definitely appreciated me learning it.
This didn’t happen today, but about a week ago (names have been changed).
I work for the pathology department of a major medical facility. A physician requested a send out test to a lab for NGS testing but their order form had more tests than they wanted. A pathologist and I let the doctor know that we can actually perform the other tests here at the facility and we can have NGS done at the outside lab. So after getting written confirmation I amended their order form and called the facility to let them know we will only do NGS testing with them, but the other tests will be done in house.
Here is where I fuck up. While on the phone with the lab I confirm the patients information with their name and DOB. But they were having trouble finding them, so they asked me to confirm the last name phonetically to make sure it’s correct. I’ve been using the phonetic alphabet for 10 years now, so I’m very familiar with it.
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EDITS: TH => F
Q => C
Inspired by the which number would make the best weapon post.
Im leaning towards J.
If a cop stops you can he really ask you to recite the alphabet backwards to test if you are drunk? It seems that it's something most people can't even normally do.
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Alright, I’m a little bored and would love to see what some of you guys have as your most-played artists for each letter of the alphabet & for numbers. There aren’t too many rules, just try to use the first non-article as the word for alphabetical purposes.
Random observation: it took me forever to get X and Z. Most of the other letters I found somewhere in my top 100 artists, but these were at 486 and 624 overall.
A: Alter Bridge (2,809 scrobbles)
B: Blink-182 (2,689 scrobbles)
C: CKY (1,172 scrobbles)
D: A Day to Remember (3,584 scrobbles)
E: Epica (1,448 scrobbles)
F: Foo Fighters (1,525 scrobbles)
G: Green Day (4,892 scrobbles)
H: Halestorm (1,620 scrobbles)
I: Incubus (1,849 scrobbles)
J: John Mayer (1,004 scrobbles)
K Killswitch Engage (1,620 scrobbles)
L: Linkin Park (1,781 scrobbles)
M: Motionless in White (3,512 scrobbles)
N: Neck Deep (942 scrobbles)
O: The Offspring (1,877 scr... keep reading on reddit ➡
That is my list. You can make your own list in the comments.
Everything sent is greatly appreciated and helpful as I'm legitimately trying to learn the language WITHOUT that Owl taking over my life and haunting my dreams 😂😂 No submissions are required but anything helps to get me to see what certain, more difficult letters that AREN'T found in English look like written out. I thank you all in advance for helping me in my journey to accomplish this.
Also, I didn't know whether to tag this as "Request" or "Handwriting" since im asking for examples of handwriting, so I did "Request" since i felt like it fit more.
(This is the part where I add the obligatory "DELETE IF NOT ALLOWED" part, so feel free to do so)
This rant/hopefully educational message was inspired by this post. https://www.reddit.com/r/LearnJapanese/comments/f3w2xn/oc_realizations_of_japanese_learners/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x
I believe that the sentiment of that post/cartoon is based off the incredibly common and incredibly mistaken belief that "memorizing kanji" or "learning kanji" is something that's meant to be done on a one-by-one, isolated basis the same way you would learn kana or an alphabet. I really want to drill in to beginners that THIS IS NOT THE CASE. AT ALL. STOP THINKING OF IT THIS WAY. PLEASE.
Kanji don't work like that. They are used to represent words. As in actual vocabulary with distinct meanings. Vocabulary that are usually not just one isolated kanji, but multiple kanji combined, or kanji combined with hiragana. These WORDS are what you need to get any... keep reading on reddit ➡
Using the list of words below. Sometimes, the letter M, sounds like N. Same goes for the similar enunciation of C, Z, and others.
Great skill to know when talking on the phone with someone who can't hear you well.
A - Alpha B - Bravo
C - Charlie D- Delta
E - Echo F - Foxtrot
G - Golf H - Hotel
I - India J - Juliett
K - Kilo L - Lima
M - Mike N - November
O - Oscar P - Papa
Q - Quebec R - Romeo
S - Sierra T - Tango
U - Uniform V - Victor
W - Whiskey X - X-ray
Y - Yankee Z -Zulu
Edit: The Js
So my 9 year old son and I (yes I allow him to listen to her music.) were listening to Alphabet Boy in the car and he looks over at me and says
"Do you know that the verses are in alphabetical order?"
And sure enough it freaking is. Never noticed it before!
If you listen the first, second and third parts of the verses most of the words she says starts with A, then B, then C, then D. I never noticed it before and thought it was pretty cool a 9 year old picked up on that.
Alphabet hit the $1 trillion market capitalization, making it the fourth U.S. company to hit the milestone after Apple, Amazon and Microsoft.
Despite the company’s seemingly perpetual cultural clashes, Wall Street sees more dollar signs.
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Okay I was just watching some CO season 10, don’t know what episode since I watch them on YouTube thanks to whoever uploads a bunch of them- I sort of have them playing in the background as I do homework.
So. I just watched the episode of Lauren’s gender reveal and they actually admit to going with an alphabet theme. I am shocked, I thought this was just a joke on here lol I didn’t think it was legit. So does anyone actually think they will get up to letter z? Additionally both names have ended with an A so far, do you think they will keep that pattern up?
My is probably ch. Why would someone just think "oh im just gonna make a new letter that looks similar and sounds the same as h"?
A E I O U and sometimes Y. We can’t really decide if it’s a vowel or not.
And why? Please elaborate.
Of course, it doesn't have to be of the latin alphabet.