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The Italian alphabet consists of 21 letters, the same as its English counterpart, except for “J”(i lungo) “K” (cappa) “W” (doppia vu) “X” (iks) and “Y” (ipsilon), which appear only in foreign words.

A a, [a] H h, [acca] Q q, [ku]
B b, [bi] I i, [i] R r, [ere]
C c, [ci] L l, [elle] S s, [esse]
D d, [di]M m, [emme] T t, [ti]
E e, [e] N n, [enne]U u, [u]
F f, [effe]O o, [o]V v, [vi]
G g, [gi] P p, [pi] Z z, [zeta]

Vocạli: [vowels] - a, e, i, o, u.

Consonạnti: [consonants] - b, c, d, f, g, h, l, m, n, p, q, r, s, t, v, z.

Generally, Italian vowels are more open than in English. They are specially important when used at the end of each word. In this case they show the gender, the number, who is the subject, etc.

Italian language is an easy language to speak. It is written as it is spoken. The pronunciation charts will help you with the troublesome letters and sounds. We will start with the vowels and then with the consonants.