Letters typically feature a variety of variations depending on where they are used. Vowels are commonly altered between dialects, and many different languages have their own variations of common English alphabet letters based on context.
All letters of the alphabet vary in their presentation through the addition of capitalization, diacritics, ligatures and punctuations. The letter A features numerous variations through different languages and contexts, and some of the most common variations are ?, ?, ?, ? and ?. The letter S is another commonly altered letter, and some of its most frequently used variations include ?, Š, š, ?, ? and ?.