A Revised Alphabet

for consistent spelling & pronunciation

Each consonant has a unique sound, and a given sound is represented by a unique consonant.
Some additional symbols are required to cover all our consonant sounds.
A single vowel has a unique "short" sound. Twin vowels have that vowel's "long" sound.
A couple of new symbols cover the remaining diphthongs.

Here's what I call the letters of my alphabet (spelled the new way, then in standard English):

bee see dee eff jee aitch jay kay
ell em en agma pee are ess she
tee theta double-theta vee double-you wye zee zhee
aye ee eye oh you schwa coin ouch