Etymology. The term Latin alphabet may refer to either the alphabet used to write Latin (as described in this article) or other alphabets based on the Latin script, which is the basic set of letters common to the various alphabets descended from the classical Latin alphabet, such as the English alphabet.
Northern-Berber Latin alphabet. The Berber Latin alphabet of Northern-Berber usually consists of 34 letters: 23 standard Latin letters, all found in the English alphabet except for O, P, and V. However, these three are also used by some in modern Berber texts. 11 additional modified Latin letters: Č Ḍ Ɛ Ǧ Ɣ Ḥ Ř Ṛ Ṣ Ṭ Ẓ.
There are a number of systems for transliterating Ukrainian into the Latin alphabet. The Ukrainian National transliteration was first codified in 1996 and is used to write personal names in passports, and for geographical names on maps and road signs. A new system was introduced in 2007, and revised in 2010. Hear how to pronounced Ukrainian: