In your science and mathematics book, you may have seen many Greek Alphabet or Greek letters. So, here you can find all the Greek Symbols of the Greek Alphabets. Also, you can listen to how they pronounce with sound.
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Greek Alphabet OR Greek Letters OR Greek Symbols
The Greek language is written using Greek letters. Just like we have alphabets A, B, C, etc in English. Similarly, in the Greek language, we have Alpha, Beta, Gamma, etc. These Greek alphabets have their individual Greek Symbols. Therefore, in total there are 24 Greek alphabets. Starting from Alpha and ending with Omega. All the twenty-four Greek Letters are:
To see the symbols of the Greek letters. Visit our website. Even more, you can listen to their sounds and know how they are pronounced. So, from now you will know the pronunciation of all Greek letters. As well as their symbols.
Just like ordinary languages. There are uppercase and lowercase alphabets in Greek. Both have different symbols. In some cases, uppercase and lowercase symbols look the same. There is also a difference in size. Uppercase letters are bigger. Whereas, the lowercase letters are smaller.
Look at the table on the website. See the sections of Uppercase and Lowercase. From Alpha to Omega. The symbols of all Greek Alphabets are given. In the table, you can also see the English equivalent of Greek letters.
How to listen to the pronunciation of the Greek Alphabet?
- On your Internet-accessible device. Open your Web browser.
- Go to this website.
- You will see a table of all the Greek Alphabets. There are different columns. Like Uppercase letters, Lowercase letters, the Greek name of the alphabet, English equivalent and at last Letter Name pronunciation.
- For example, you want to listen to the sound of Alpha. So, you can click on the speaker icon in the “Letter Name Pronunciation” column.
In the same vein, you can do it for all the alphabets. Also, make sure that you have a working sound system. Check your speaker or headphone.