Italian alphabet

The Italian alphabet is the same as the English alphabet, but without J, K, W, X or Y. These letters, however, still occur in words borrowed from other languages. The letter H mostly occurs after C or G in Italian. This is because in Italian, C before E or I makes a soft sound, and G before E or I makes a soft sound. To preserve the hard sound, you add an H after C or G. The Italian Alphabet is as follows:

A B C D E F G H I L M N O P Q R S T U V Z