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How they pronounce the letter “C” all over Europe. HappyRectangle: This is map showing how different languages and dialects pronounce the letter “c” in their writing system. The borders are defined by which dialect is the majority spoken in the area (which means, for example, Irish and Occitan are not pictured, and a blob of Hungarian is visible in Romania). Only the Latin script letter “c” is considered; variants such as “ç” are ignored. Non-Latin script using areas are light gray. Language...
Here's a map of how selected consonants sound around Europe
Alexander Young is a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Washington who has studied Spanish and German. He told i100.co.uk he created these maps of how constants sound across Europe after noticing that different languages had very different ideas about what to do with the letter J.