Welcome to Alphabet trivia! This fun and exciting game will test your knowledge of the English alphabet. From A to Z, this game will have you testing your knowledge of all 26 letters of the English alphabet. This trivia will also test your knowledge of some of the most popular words and phrases that start with each letter. So, get ready to brush up on your alphabet knowledge and get ready for some exciting trivia fun!
1) What is the creation name of the Greek alphabet?
2) Which alphabet is used in modern-day Japan?
3) What letter of the alphabet does the Greek letter Xi represent?
4) What is the name of the fourth letter of the alphabet?
5) In the English alphabet, which letter comes after N?
6) Which ancient Greek symbol represented the sound /h/?
7) In the classic song, "The ABCs", how many letters of the alphabet are there?
8) What is the fifth letter of the Greek alphabet?
9) What is the name of the third letter of the alphabet?
10) When written in capital letters, what does the letter "I" resemble?
11) In the NATO phonetic alphabet, what letter is represented by the word "Charlie"?
12) What is the name of the second letter of the alphabet?
13) In the classic song, "The ABCs", what is the last letter of the alphabet?
14) Which alphabet is used in the Hebrew language?
15) In the Latin alphabet, which letter comes after W?
16) What is the creation name of the English alphabet?
17) What is the name of the eighth letter of the Greek alphabet?
18) What is the name of the ninth letter of the alphabet?
19) In the NATO phonetic alphabet, what letter is represented by the word "Delta"?
20) What letter of the alphabet does the Greek letter Zeta represent?
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