How to Crochet 26 Alphabet Letters

Updated: Feb 27

Have you been looking for an easy way to make letters for signs, blankets, banners and more? I have just the pattern for you! These letters work up quickly and easily using the hdc (half double crochet) stitch for nearly the whole pattern!

Disclaimer: sometimes when I get excited about something I ramble and this is a pattern I am excited about so please forgive me if I ramble a little ha ha!


I have always wanted to make a set of letters since I taught myself to crochet in 2019 and I finally did it! Woo Hoo! I am so happy to share this pattern with you so you can personalize your items too!


I wanted to come up with a way to make letters and make it easy to create them all in a uniform way and was excited that my method for making appliques worked perfectly for letters too!


When I make appliques I break down the parts of an image into pieces and then I assemble them to get the final picture. I found that if I did the same thing with letters I could get a crisp uniform look similar to my appliques.


All the letters in this pattern are approximately 3 inches wide and about 4 inches tall. As you can see in the photo at the beginning of this post they fit nicely on the toddler size blanket from my "Gideon's Color Block Blanket" pattern.


The letters look great next to an applique as well, so if you are making a baby or toddler blanket and want to put the name on it this is an easy way to do so.


The above photo is a great example of how to do a boys personalized blanket. I am currently working on a girls version that I hope to share soon.


For a girls blanket I am thinking of ways to embellish and accent the name with flowers, dots and butterflies ha ha. Can you tell I grew up in the 80's and 90's lol.


We used to think we were so fancy in elementary and middle school when we put dots on the ends of our letters we wrote lol.


I have a lot of other ideas in my head for home decor too. I keep seeing a "WELCOME" sign in my head for our front porch and keep rolling ideas around in my head for how to make the letters interchangeable for different seasons. I wish I could type the thinking emoji here ha ha.

And wouldn't this be cute in a classroom or a nursery! Ugh now I have another idea for a train pattern like the picture below! Soooo many ideas! UGH! I need more time and faster hands lol! I need some elves too ha ha...Such a conundrum!


I have so many ideas, I just wish I had more time and my hands would crochet faster ha ha. I am willing to bet a lot of you already have some ideas floating in your head too and I really look forward to seeing your projects!


I can only imagine all the fun creative things that each of you are going to use these letters for and I hope you will share your photos with us all in the comment section of this post or in the VIP Facebook Group!


If you want to make the letters smaller you could easily go down a hook size and use a thinner weight yarn and if you would like the letters to be larger you could go up a hook size and/or use a thicker weight yarn or double strand 4 yarn.


Here are the supplies and stitches you will need for this pattern:


Materials:

  1. Yarn - worsted weight 4

  2. Hook - G 4mm

  3. Scissors

  4. Needle - if sewing together

  5. Hot Glue/Fabric Glue - if gluing together

  6. Pins to hold pieces together *optional

  7. Cutting Mat *optional

Stitches:

  • Ch(s) - chain(s)

  • Sl st - slip stitch

  • Sc - single crochet

  • Dc - double crochet

  • Hdc - half double crochet

  • Sp(s) - space(s)

  • St # - complete stitch in next number of spaces

Skill Level / Language - Beginner. American Standard Terms are used.



Sizing / Gauge -

In order to assemble your letters all in the same width or height I highly recommend using a cutting mat that has a ruler and grid on it to help line your pieces up. Don't worry if they do not fit perfectly inside the grid, a little over the edge will still look just fine!


Alternatively you could draw out a 3 inch x 4 inch box/grid on a piece of paper or cardboard that looks like the image below so that you can line your pieces up to get them all the same height and width. You will want to use a ruler or tap measure to make sure that each square is inch x 1 inch.


In order to get your letters to match the ones in the photo you may also want to test your gauge and adjust your hook or tension as needed. Below are the instructions for making a swatch so that you can match the gauge.


Gauge:

  • 3 hdc = approximately 1 inch *they will fit just within a 1 inch box on the grid

  • 3 rows - approximately 1 inch

Swatch:

Begin: Ch 4

Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

Row 2 - 12: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st)


I know some of you are beginners so if gauge isn't your thing yet and your are not sure about how it works you could still use the grid to help you line your pieces up even if they come out a little bigger or smaller so don't worry if you can't get the gauge exactly the same.


In order to crochet your letters here are a few important notes and tips:


  • Crochet with a tight tension to get a sharp/crisp look

  • Beginning chains do not count as st

  • Using hot glue or fabric glue helps the letters come out a little crisper and makes assembly faster

  • Leave long tails if sewing together, otherwise weave in ends if assembling with hot glue.

  • If hot gluing you can cut the tails leaving about 1/4th inch and glue the snippet to the back to make assembly faster

If at the end of this pattern you need a downloadable/printable ad-free version of the pattern you can find it in Orchid and Bee's Etsy and Ravelry Shop! And finally, here are the instructions for how to crochet each Capital letter of the alphabet!


Letter A:

Part 1 - sides of A

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 24: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 24

Part 2 - crossbar

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 5: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 5

Assembly:

Fold Part 1 in half. Using the grid spread the bottom of the A to equal 3 inches wide. Attach the crossbar to the back at approximately the 5th, 6th, 7th rows from the bottom of each side. Put a dot of glue in the fold of the top of the A to help it keep its shape or use a needle and yarn and put 2 or 3 tack stitches in to help it keep its shape.

Letter B:

Part 1 - left side of B

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 12: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 12

Part 2 - right side bumps of B

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 26: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 26

Assembly:

Attach one end of Part 2 to the top of Part 1. Fold Part 2 at about 2 inches towards Part 1. Fold Part 2 again at about 2 inches more away from Part 1. Finish by folding the last section left of Part 2 towards Part 1 and connect it to the bottom of Part 1. Put glue dots on the inside of each fold or put 2 or 3 tack stitches in the folds with a needle and yarn to hold the shapes of the bumps in place.

Letter C:

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 3: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 4: Turn, sc, hdc, dc, ch 2. (3st)

  • Row 5: Turn, dc, hdc, sc, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 6 - 17: Repeat rows 4 & 5

  • Row 18 - 20: Repeat Row 2. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 20

Assembly:

Massage C slightly to get the desired shape within the 3 x 4 boxes.


Letter D:

Part 1 - left side of D

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 12: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 12

Part 2 - ride side curve of D

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 23: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 23

Assembly:

Attach one end of Part 2 to the top of Part 1. Fold Part 2 and attach to the bottom of Part 1. Put a dot of glue on the inside of the fold or with a needle and yarn put a couple tack stitches in to hold its shape. The curve may be slightly over the edge of the 3 inch box width.


Letter E:

Part 1 - left side of E

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 12: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 12

Part 2 & 3- top and bottom bars of E - make 2

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 8: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 8

Part 4 - middle bar of E

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 6: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 6

Assembly:

Attach one end of each Part 2 and Part 3 to the top and bottom of Part 1. Attach Part 4 to the back center of Part 1.

Letter F:

Part 1 - left side of F

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 12: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 12

Part 2 - top bar of F

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 8: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 8

Part 3 - small bar of F

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 6: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 6

Assembly:

Attach one end of Part 2 to the top of Part 1. Attach Part 3 to the back center of Part 1.

Letter G:

Part 1 - curve of G

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 3: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 4: Turn, sc, hdc, dc, ch 2. (3st)

  • Row 5: Turn, dc, hdc, sc, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 6 - 17: Repeat rows 4 & 5

  • Row 18 - 20: Repeat Row 2. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 20

Part 2 - small bar of G

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 7: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 7

Assembly:

Attach Part 2 to the bottom opening of the “C” shape of Part 1. Massage the curve of the G slightly if needed to get the desired shape.


Letter H:

Part 1 & 2 - sides of H - make 2

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 12: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 12

Part 3 - middle bar of H

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 8: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 8

Assembly:

Attach Parts 1 & 2 to the ends of each side of Part 3.


Letter I:

Part 1 - center of I

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 12: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 12

Part 2 & 3 - top and bottom of I - make 2

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 9: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 9

Assembly:

Attach Part 2 to the top of Part 1. Attach Part 3 to the bottom of Part 1.


Letter J:

Part 1 - top of J

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 9: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 9

Part 2 - bottom of J

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 9: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 10: Turn, sl st, hdc, dc, ch 2. (3st)

  • Row 11: Turn, dc, hdc, sl st, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 12 - 17: Repeat rows 10 and 11. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 17

Assembly:

Attach Part 1 to the top of Part 2. Part 2 “hook” should be facing to the left.

Letter K:

Part 1 - left side of K

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 12: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 12

Part 2 - top right Bar of K

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 11: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 11

Part 3 - bottom right Bar of K

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 7: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 7

Assembly:

Attach Part 2 at an angle to the lower back side of Part 1 (about an inch from the bottom). Attach Part 3 at an angle to the back side of Part 2 (about an inch and a half from the top of Part 2).

Letter L:

Part 1 - left side of L

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 12: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 12

Part 2 - bottom bar of L

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 9: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 9

Assembly:

Attach Part 2 to the bottom of Part 1.


Letter M:

Part 1 & 2 - sides of M - make 2

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 12: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 12

Part 3 & 4 - middle sections of M - make 2

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 6: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 6

Assembly:

Lay the pieces out first to get the right look and angle before glueing or sewing. Space the sides (Parts 1 & 2) 3 inches apart. Attach Parts 3 & 4 at an angle pointing downwards. Attach the tops of Parts 3 & 4 to the top back sides of Parts 1 & 2.

Letter N:

Part 1 - 3 - sides and middle of N - make 3

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 12: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 12

Assembly:

Lay the pieces out first to get the right look and angle before glueing or sewing. Space the sides (Parts 1 & 2) 3 inches apart. Attach Part 3 to the top back side of Part 1 and to the bottom back side of Part 2.

Letter O:

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc, dc, ch 2. (3st)

  • Row 2: Turn, dc, hdc, sc, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 3: Turn, sc, hdc, dc, ch 2. (3st)

  • Row 4: Turn, dc, hdc, sc, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 5 - 22: Repeat rows 3 & 4. (3st)

  • Row 23: Turn, sc, hdc, dc, fold letter in half so that the top and bottom rows meet and sl st together, fasten off.

Assembly:

Massage the letter slightly to get the 3 inch wide and 4 inch tall shape.

Letter P:

Part 1 - left side of P

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 12: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 12

Part 2 - ride side curve of P

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 16: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 16

Assembly:

Attach one end of Part 2 to the top back side of Part 1. Fold Part 2 at about the 6th row and attach it at an angle to the top side about 5 rows from the bottom of Part 1. Put a dot of glue in the fold of Part 2 to help it keep its shape or with a needle and yarn put a couple tack stitches in to hold it.

Letter Q:

Part 1 - O section of the Q

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc, dc, ch 2. (3st)

  • Row 2: Turn, dc, hdc, sc, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 3: Turn, sc, hdc, dc, ch 2. (3st)

  • Row 4: Turn, dc, hdc, sc, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 5 - 22: Repeat rows 3 & 4. (3st)

  • Row 23: Turn, sc, hdc, dc, fold letter in half so that the top and bottom rows meet and sl st together, fasten off. (See Letter O photos for assistance)


Part 2 - bottom right bar of Q

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 8: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 8

Assembly:

Massage the letter slightly to get the 3 inch wide and 4 inch tall shape. Attach Part 2 at an angle to the bottom right of the O section to form a Q.

Letter R:

Part 1 - left side of R

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 12: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 12

Part 2 - ride side bump and stick of the R

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 25: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 25


Assembly:

Practice your folds before securing to get the look you want. Attach one end of Part 2 to the top of Part 1. At about Row 7 of Part 2 fold it back towards Part 1 then away from Part 1 pointing down to make the right “stick” section below the hump of the R. Put a dot of glue in the folds or use needle and yarn to put tack stitches in to hold the shape of the R.

Letter S:

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc, dc, ch 2. (3st) *this is the top of the S

  • Row 2: Turn, dc, hdc, sc, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 3: Turn, sc, hdc, dc, ch 2. (3st)

  • Row 4: Turn, dc, hdc, sc, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 5 - 20: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 21: Turn, hdc 3, ch 2. (3st)

  • Row 22 - 25: Repeat rows 3 & 2. (3st) *fasten off after the last stitch of row 25.

Assembly:

Practice your folds before securing to get the look you want. With the top pointing to the right fold at about Row 7 (down and to the right). About 2 inches from the first bend in the S fold to the left. Put a dot of glue in the folds to hold the shape or use a needle and yarn to put tack stitches in the folds to hold the shape.

Letter T:

Part 1 - bottom of T

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 12: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 12

Part 2 - top of T

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 9: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 9

Assembly:

Attach Part 2 to the top of Part 1.

Letter U:

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 8: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 9: Turn, sc, hdc, dc, ch 2. (3st)

  • Row 10: Turn, dc, hdc, sc, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 11 - 16: Repeat rows 9 & 10. (3st)

  • Row 17 - 24: Repeat Row 2. (3st) *fasten off after the last stitch of row 24

Assembly:

Massage the letter slightly to get the 3 inch wide and 4 inch tall shape.

Letter V:

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 24: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 24

Assembly:

Fold Part 1 in half. Using the grid spread the top of the V 3 inches apart. Put a dot of glue in the fold or use a needle and yarn and put a couple tack stitches in to help it hold its shape.

Letter W:

Part 1 & 2 - sides of W - make 2

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 12: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 12

Part 3 & 4 - middle sections of W - make 2

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 6: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 6

Assembly:

Lay the pieces out first to get the right look and angle before glueing or sewing. Space the sides (Parts 1 & 2) 3 inches apart. Attach Parts 3 & 4 at an angle pointing upwards. Attach the top of Parts 3 & 4 to the bottom back sides of Parts 1 & 2.


Letter X:

Part 1 & 2 - Make 2

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 13: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 13

Assembly:

Cross Parts 1 & 2 so that the tops and bottoms are 3 inches apart and attach in the middle with hot glue or yarn and needle.

Letter Y:

Part 1: long section of Y

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 13: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 13


Part 2: short left side section of Y

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 8: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 8


Assembly:

On the left side of Part 1 at about Row 6, attach Part 2 at an angle on the back side of Part 1. Make sure your top pieces are about 3 inches apart.

Letter Z:

Part 1 - 3 - make three

  • Begin: Ch 4

  • Row 1: Hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc 2, ch 1. (3st)

  • Row 2 - 13: Turn, hdc 3, ch 1. (3st) *fasten off after last stitch of row 13

Assembly:

Attach Part 2 to the right back side of Part 1 angled down and to the left. Attach Part 3 on top of the bottom of Part 2.

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXY and Z..... now you've made your ABC's next time won't you crochet with me ha ha!


I have ideas for lowercase and numbers in my head too so maybe sometime this year I will also make patterns for those too! My to do list just keeps getting longer and longer lol.

Anyways, I hope you enjoyed crocheting the Alphabet! If you would like a printable copy of this pattern you can find it in Orchid and Bee's Etsy and Ravelry shop!


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Karen E.

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