How to Pronounce abcs?

Correct pronunciation for the word "abcs" is [ˈabks], [ˈabks], [ˈa_b_k_s].

"Abcs" in context

Abcs, or the alphabet, is a set of letters that make up a language. They were originally invented by the ancient Egyptians and were later adapted by Phoenician merchants into the current Latin alphabet that we use today. ABCs are one of the cornerstones of learning how to read and write. They are also the building blocks of almost all linguistic communication. Without the ABCs, it is virtually impossible to express ourselves from a written standpoint. In addition, without ABCs, most people would lack the basic knowledge to learn a second language.

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