How many people have realize there are errors in the alphabet (more son in the english/canadian version)?
Basic info, all letters that are not 'vowels' are 'consonants'. Vowels are: a, e, i, o, u, y
Taking a quick look at the pronunciation for each consonant, one will see a pattern evolve. Each consonant is pronounced with the sound of a vowel.
For example: 'h' is pronounced: A - ch, 'j' is j - A, 'q' is q - U etc..
Now the english error is in 'Z', commonly pronounced 'zed' in english. In reality, z-E is correct. Yes, the Americans are actually right.
There is one other letter, that in my opinion needs to be renamed. 'w' doulble-u? what the heck? So, what shoud "w" become?
Just something to think about...