I live in Wales and I'm Welsh, so here are some interesting facts about the Welsh alphabet:
a) the initial letter of one of the most common surnames in Wales isn't in the traditional alphabet;
b) it has 28 letters - although some alphabets now count the borrowed letter J (as in garej or Jones), making 29;
c) there are 6 vowels including y;
d) some consonants are two letters e.g. ll, ng, rh, but they only count as one;
e) the alphabet doesn't include K, V, X, Z or Q!
I did some searching on the web and only one site mentioned an alternative for the Q sound, which was cw. I'm not entirely convinced but I decided to go with it ...
Just up Swansea valley you'll find Cwmtawe (valley of the Tawe). If you follow the river down to the sea, you'll come to Abertawe (mouth of the Tawe). Abertawe is the Welsh name for Swansea, hence, here is my photo for ABC - Q: Swansea! (Did you follow that logic?!)
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