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Introduction Edit

The Africa alphabet is a Latin based alphabet used to write all African languages. The alphabet consists of 35 letters. This writing system was developed by the German linguist Diedrich Hermann Westermann in 1928.


Letters Edit

AEdit

A is from the basic Latin alphabet.

BEdit

Like A, B is one of the letters of the Latin alphabet.

ƁEdit

Ɓ, or B-hook is just in the Africa alphabet.

CEdit

-From Latin alphabet

DEdit

-From Latin alphabet

ƉEdit

Ɖ, or African D is often confused with the letter eth.

EEdit

-From Latin alphabet

ƐEdit

Latin Epsilon (Ɛ), or open E is from the Greek letter Epsilon.

ƎEdit

Ǝ, or revised E is from the Turkic alphabet and also in Azerbaijani.

FEdit

-From Latin alphabet

ƑEdit

Ƒ, also called F with descender hook is from the italic F.

GEdit

-From Latin alphabet

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