In today’s exercise, letters of the French alphabet are presented in logical order, from the easiest to remember, to the most difficult to learn.

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For students of French as a foreign language

As I wrote it above, letters of the French alphabet are presented in logical order, from the easiest to remember for people who have a basic knowledge of English letter names, to the most difficult to learn.

The 26 letters of the French ABC can be separated in 4 groups:

1 – letters that read almost the same manner in French and in English : F, L, M, N, O, S, and Z (the latter, in the British pronunciation).

2 – consonants with a final [i] (if you prefer « ee ») in English are read with a final [e] (« ay ») in French : B, C, D, P, T, and V.

3 – letters easy to pronounce but whose pronunciation is very different from that of English : A, I, H, K, and X.

4 – letters difficult to master for different reasons (G and J have an opposite reading in French and in English), French E, R, U and Q have no real equivalent in English, and W and Y bear long names).

Tomorrow I’ll give my last lesson about the 26 letters of French alphabet. I hope you are enjoying your study of French.