What is 't' in the Greek alphabet?


What is 't' in the Greek alphabet?

The Greek Alphabet:

The Greek alphabet contains vowels and consonants. In all, there are seven vowels and fourteen consonants. The first and last letters of the Greek alphabet, alpha and omega, are both vowels.

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The World's Major Written Languages: Letters & Symbols


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The world's major written languages use different letters, characters, symbols, and diacritics to communicate meaning. Explore the origins of writing, discover how human beings learn to use it, and examine the most common characteristics of the world's major written languages.

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