December 25 is A'phabet Day or No "L" Day, a day to skip the ‘L’ in all your correspondences and communications - written or otherwise.
The origins and purpose of this very obvious’y made-up ho’iday are unknown.
L is the twelfth letter in the English alphabet and the ninth consonant. A consonant is a speech sound that is created by the complete or partial constriction of the vocal organs. There are 21 consonant sounds in the English language.
December 25 is also celebrated by many people around the world as Christmas Day.
How to Celebrate?
Celebrating A'phabet Day or No "L" Day will be a challenge. But don't worry. We have you covered! Here are some easy ways to ce’ebrate this very quirky ho’iday.
Avoid the use of ‘L’ in everything you write and say today.
Ban the use of any object that begin with the letter 'L' in your house and in your workplace.
This holiday is also a great excuse to learn more about orthography. Orthography is the study of the rules of writing a language.
Did You Know...
…that the often cited Cambridge study that spelling doesn’t impede comprehension is true? According to new studies it doesn’t matter in what order letters in a word are as long as the first two letters are at the right place.
A'phabet Day or No "L" Day Observances
Fun Holiday: A'phabet Day or No "L" Day Observances