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  1. The Albanian alphabet ( Albanian: alfabeti shqip) is a variant of the Latin alphabet used to write the Albanian language. It consists of 36 letters: [1] Note: The vowels are shown in bold. The letters are named simply by their sounds, followed by ë for consonants (e.g. fë).

  2. The Albanian language has been written using many alphabets since the earliest records from the 15th century. The history of Albanian language orthography is closely related to the cultural orientation and knowledge of certain foreign languages among Albanian writers. [40]

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    I think this belongs here rather than in the article itself: 1. Christo has given permission to use the article under GFDL permission. --bjh2111:58, 10 April 2006 (UTC)

    Is the letter "W" in the Albanian alphabet? --, 29 June 2006 (UTC) 1. 1.1. No Ciacchi21:06, 1 August 2006 (UTC) Why is the letter "W" not in the Albanian alphabet? --, 24 October 2006 (UTC) 1. Well it's quite simple - because there is need for it (no sounds). Easy, ah? :) --B. Jankuloski08:47, 21 November 2006 (UTC...

    There is mention in the article about three different competing Latin orthographies for Albanian. What were the letters in each of the three Latin orthographies? —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 15:43, 7 November 2008 (UTC)

    any native albanian speakers here? i'm listening to the pronunciation clip and i can't hear any difference between ch/q and xh/gj. i'm a trained linguist and i know what a "palatal stop" is supposed to sound like and i don't hear this sound on the recording, i.e. it sounds like the speaker is using ch and xh for both types of sounds. (also, p/t/k s...

    considering the number of digraphs, it is correct to say the Albanian alphabet has 36 letters? (then how can you compare the number of letters in alphabets? German for instance has 26 letters but a number of combinations like sch, ch, ng, ph, etc, plus the umlauts). you'll have noticed I'm not a linguist... but I'd be interested to know. —Preceding...

    In some words E is pronounced [e], A is sometime pronounced [ɒ] (in MK FYROM for persian words), and K pronounciation is ق [q] and not ك [k] ([]), and Q is [ʨ] (Ќќ / Ćć / Ћћ). Nemzag (talk) 23:58, 13 December 2010 (UTC)

    Might not this article be better titled as "Albanian Orthography"? The Albanian language does not have a unique alphabet - the alphabet it uses is the Latin alphabet (albeit supplemented through the use of diacritics and digraphs). The subject of this article is how the Latin alphabet is used to represent the sounds of the Albanian language, which ...

    It's referenced by Elsie in his paper , it's one of the 7 original alphaets. More info here (in Japanese), and here it is again in Unicode's website — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 06:31, 15 December 2013 (UTC)

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  4. The Albanian alphabet is a variant of the Latin alphabet used to write the Albanian language. It consists of 36 letters:[1] ... Give good old Wikipedia a great new ...

  5. Albanian language - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Albanian language 0:19 Counting from one to 10 in Albanian The Albanian language ( Shqip) is an Indo-European language. It is spoken mostly in Albania (3,500,000), Kosovo and (500,000) Republic of North Macedonia . Dialects [ change | change source]

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  6. Jan 27, 2022 · The digraphs of the Albanian alphabet are the letters Dh, Gj, Ll, Nj, Rr, Sh, Th, Xh, and Zh. Other alphabets used for written Albanian. The modern Latin-based Albanian alphabet is the result of long evolution. Before the creation of the unified alphabet, Albanian was written in several different alphabets, with several sub-variants: Derived ...

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