black science man 2. For those that dont get it: A, H, R, B, Q, D, W, E, F, L, M, N, S, X, G, I, J, K, O, P, C, T, V, Y, U, Z then: Ai, Aych, Ar, Bee, Cue, Dee, black science man 2 For those that dont get it: A H R B Q D W E F L M N S X G I J K O P C T V Y U Z then: Ai Aych Ar Bee Cue Dee
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black science man 2. For those that dont get it: A, H, R, B, Q, D, W, E, F, L, M, N, S, X, G, I, J, K, O, P, C, T, V, Y, U, Z then: Ai, Aych, Ar, Bee, Cue, Dee,

For those that dont get it:

A, H, R, B, Q, D, W, E, F, L, M, N, S, X, G, I, J, K, O, P, C, T, V, Y, U, Z

then:

Ai, Aych, Ar, Bee, Cue, Dee, Double-U, Ee, Eff, El, Em, En, Es, Ex, G - I, Gee, Kei, Ou, Pi, Si, Ti, Wi, Why, You, Zed

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User avatar #8 - elynichujy
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Who the **** says J like Gee? It's Jay.
User avatar #26 to #8 - mutzaki
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Q is pronounced kew, too.
#32 to #26 - anon id: dc318aea
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No...cue is good. Literally supposed to be pronounced the exact same as Q is.
User avatar #128 to #32 - mutzaki
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It starts with a K-sound.
#140 to #128 - mrdrprofbraeden
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cue is a word already

plus, even if it wasn't, kew would be pronouced like "coo".

You're wrong either way
User avatar #158 to #140 - mutzaki
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In the post, he's referring to their phonetic pronunciations. It mostly follows this pattern throughout, except for in the cases that people have already pointed out in the comments, where he made a mistake. Cue, cook, crystal, etc. all start with a K-sound. Writing them out phonetically needs to include a K, or you may confuse people to think it's starting with an S-sound.

And no, the phonetic spelling "kew" would not be pronounced as "coo." If you want something to sound like "c(k)oo", you write "koo." Again, using a C confuses pronunciation.

Think of the word "ew," as in what you say when something is gross. Now add a K in front of it.
User avatar #159 to #158 - mrdrprofbraeden
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You don't have to write them out phonetically if there is a word that sounds exactly like it. No one would pronounce 'cue' with an 's' sound so I'm arguing it doesn't need to be changed. It's the same thing as if I said T is pronounced Tea or if C is pronounced Sea (or See).

Concerning your second paragraph, the C in that case would have to pronounced like a K anyway so it doesn't really matter, but coo is an actual word for the sound a bird makes so I put that. There is no native English speaker that would pronounce coo wrong and not be medically retarded.

Also concerning your last sentence, pronunciation doesn't work like that. By your logic I could take the gh from enough and spell fat phonetically like ghat.
User avatar #160 to #159 - mutzaki
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Since it's a K-sound, as we agree on, it would've made more sense to have Q among the K's. Otherwise, you might as well keep A among the E's, because of the word "eight." He should've gone for the letter that best represents the pronunciation, simple as that. C can be pronounced like two different letters, as it doesn't have its own sound connected to it. I understand that you think it's fine, because you're assuming he meant that Q is pronounced like "cue," but I disagree that it makes more sense. In fact, loads of the placements didn't make sense. I being pronounced "ai," meaning that it should've appeared earlier, is one example.

I agree that I should've specified that I was referring to the word "ew," as the pronunciation is a bit ambiguous. In fact, a better phonetic spelling of Q would be "kyoo."
User avatar #60 to #8 - massengit
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canadian fags
User avatar #89 to #60 - killerliquid
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except no
User avatar #13 to #8 - mrsonicrainboom
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and it isnt aych its haych
#27 to #13 - justleavefagmin
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no it's not britfag
#58 to #27 - anon id: 0d445aba
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I don't get why they are getting thumbed down as it is just the way that it is pronounced over there. Everywhere pronounces stuff different to each other so no way is really the correct way.
#41 to #13 - UnoSkullmanx
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Even brits think pronouncing it like that is retarded
User avatar #137 to #13 - krabface
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It's aych
#30 to #13 - searingqueer
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aitch
#78 to #8 - anon id: c248ff81
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No you're jay.
#96 to #8 - rustmcrust
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That's right jay!
#125 to #8 - algorath
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You ********** me man...    
   
When I sing the alphabet, I say Gee, but youre right, alone its Jay... Oh my lord.
You ********** me man...

When I sing the alphabet, I say Gee, but youre right, alone its Jay... Oh my lord.
#126 to #125 - algorath
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Wait nevermind, I say G like Gee. Not J. Didn't get long enough into the song
User avatar #61 to #8 - auda
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That reminded me.
Operation Flashpoint I Spy

User avatar #19 to #8 - josephkirk
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and "v" is vee not wi
#10 - include
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#112 to #10 - anon id: 4bccc2c2
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People should ******* know that mike myers say that in a sarcastic tone shown clearly from his sarcastic face and people should stop looking like morons posting this on every fact comp or an interesting post trying to make the gif relevant to their ignorance
User avatar #18 - aesis
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"Ayche?"
Everyone I know pronounces "H" as "Haych".
User avatar #43 to #18 - xsirxrepostxalotx
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You're what's wrong with the world.
User avatar #157 to #18 - Sabor
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3y0CD2CoCs

Bitch I will **** you up!
User avatar #28 to #18 - turtlejizz
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the correct way to pronounce it is "Ayche", studying english language in London and they used to verbally rape anyone who said it like "haych"

source - a verbally raped post-grad
User avatar #20 to #18 - lyiat
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That's because you're from England. America pronounces it differently. Also, not sure why he used the British Z, we say "Zee".
User avatar #132 to #20 - fkelly
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They don't say z they say z.
#97 to #20 - anon id: 7e6f0198
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Brits actually argue over this. I say atch, but many people I know say haych. Because they're dumb.

The debate over whether scone rhymes with gone or bone will eventually lead to civil war. This is but the calm before the storm, and may the Noble House of Gone be victorious!
#105 to #97 - johnnybgood
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Brit here agreeing with you on both points. Long live the struggle!
User avatar #91 to #20 - fhonax
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I'm English and I can't stand when anyone pronounces it "Haych". I have always seen it as bad pronunciation.
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User avatar #79 to #20 - angelious
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and as a fin i still dont know how the **** you say the letter h in english....seriously singing the alphabets always halt in that spot-..
User avatar #82 to #79 - lyiat
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Derp, replied to myself.

"Long A" followed by "CH".
Ai-Ch
User avatar #83 to #82 - angelious
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ok thanks.makes it a lot easier now.
User avatar #84 to #83 - lyiat
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#40 to #20 - anon id: f3f77cc4
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nah, us dude here, definitely aint speaking none of your ayche ********.

Hayche for life son!
User avatar #21 to #20 - aesis
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Well I'm from Ireland actually. Normally people here switch between "Zed" and "Zee", kind of like Tom-aye-toe/Tom-ah-toe, I guess.
User avatar #77 to #21 - uzerc
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Potayto potahto
User avatar #23 to #21 - lyiat
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Tom-aye-toe is a new one for me. I pronounce it toe-may-toe.
#56 - rockerrocksixty
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the ****** rearanged the alphabet and STILL didn't put U & I together!
the ****** rearanged the alphabet and STILL didn't put U & I together!
#67 to #56 - megayoming
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Phonetics don't work like that.
#88 to #56 - lastweek
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U and I will always be together on the keyboard.
#53 - xxxgnipsxxx
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This is kind of dumb because it assumes we all "spell" letters the same...
User avatar #55 to #53 - razgrizninja
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there is no reason that they need to go in any particular order anyway
User avatar #57 to #55 - thenippyone
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no reason for any particular order, but we need an order. How we gonna arrange stuff in alphabetical order if there isn't one set world wide
User avatar #63 to #57 - charagrin
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There is a reason for the alphabet to be in the order they are, it's a mnemonic device to make the memorization of the letters themselves easier with the cadance of the letters pronunciations as they are spoke. Granted, they could be arranged a small amount without impact, but then we could also start using the word two to mean 11 and whatnot. We don't because it messes with the universally established system.
#68 - nathanielcockburn
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but why is the order of the letters changed?
#69 to #68 - angelusprimus
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READ THE DESCRIPTION!
User avatar #70 to #69 - nathanielcockburn
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yeah it shows the conversions from letters to phonetic spelling, but it doesnt explain why the letters arnt in the normal order
sorry if the answer is obvious and im just retarded
User avatar #71 to #70 - angelusprimus
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They are in alphabetical order, if you pronounce them phonetically.
Ai comes before Aych, which comes before Ar, which comes before Bee, which comes before Cue, and so on.
User avatar #25 - Denver
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Description is wrong it's something more like:
a, bee, cee, dee, e, ef, gee, aitch, i, jay, kay, el, em, en, o, pee, cue, ar, ess, tee, u, vee, double-u, ex, wy, zed
(spellings not the order)
User avatar #90 - sinonyx
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that is the stupidest thing i've ever seen
User avatar #81 - fuzzyballs
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J is pronounced gee? not jay?
User avatar #93 to #81 - sketchE
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isnt it pronounced eupsolon or some ****
#99 to #93 - anon id: 7e6f0198
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Upsilon (Υυ) is a Greek letter.
User avatar #100 to #99 - sketchE
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ok i just remember upsilon from german class and couldnt remember what it was from. i alwas thought it was j
User avatar #108 to #100 - retrotroglodyte
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upsilon is Y
User avatar #109 to #108 - sketchE
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copy danka
#106 to #100 - sprog
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it's how the letter y is pronounced in german as well
User avatar #110 to #106 - retrotroglodyte
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damn, beat me to it
User avatar #107 to #106 - sketchE
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ok its y not j my mistake then
User avatar #95 - pewdiepieisbestpie
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"If you read the whole alphabet backwards, you will notice that it has the same amount of letters if you read it normally"

- Black Science Man