I'm not going to talk about either of those countries. Instead we'll discuss the letter Z and it's pronunciation here in Ghana. It threw me off when I first heard Z (zzzzzz) pronounced as Zet. Really that's how they say it. So when children say the alphabet, they start with A and finish with Z(et). But if Z is used in a word they pronounce it the regular Z. Zebra is not Zetbra.
I'm not sure where this comes from, but I bet it has something to do with the British and their weird English. Correct me if I'm wrong.
And with that I am finished with the A to Z(et) blogger challenge for 2014. Great job Nana from Ghana!
Thank you for stopping by my blog during the challenge. I hope you learned a little about Africa and the wonderful things and people that come from here. I'll leave you with one of my favorite songs from South Africa.