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Alphabet Practice lets your child practice the alphabet from A to Z. On easy mode the skill prompts your child to repeat the letter of the alphabet. In medium mode it expects the child to indicate what the next letter of the alphabet is. In hard mode, it randomly asks for the letter that comes before or after the specified letter. In extreme mode, it asks the child what letter is at the indicated position of the alphabet.
When not in a game, you can also ask Alphabet Practice to recite the alphabet in a number of different speeds. To hear the alphabet quickly say 'Alexa, ask Alphabet Practice to say the alphabet quickly'. To hear the alphabet at normal speed, say 'Alexa, ask Alphabet Practice to say the alphabet'. If you want your child to repeat the letters of the alphabet, you can say 'Alexa, ask Alphabet Practice to say the alphabet slowly'. To have Alexa say the alphabet even more slowly say 'Alexa, ask Alphabet Practice to say the alphabet very slowly'.