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Many scripts but only one alphabet
Updated: 9/5/2020
Many scripts but only one alphabet
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  • Amazing
  • Many scripts but only one alphabet
  • We are going to continue with this topic
  • Yes, teacher
  • The spoken word need have no relationship to the phonemic etymology
  • yes, exactly
  • like woman (ny)?
  • incredible
  • The writers of chinese relate to their language quite differently from chinese speakers who cannot write
  • in fact Chinese is the largest, most complex,and richest: the K'ang Hsi dictionary of Chinese in AD 1716 lists 40,545characters.
  • All pictographic systems, even with ideographs and rebuses, requirea dismaying number of symbols.
  • Exactly
  • Some languages are written in syllabaries, in which each sign represents a consonant and a following vowel sound.
  • EX: the Japanese
  • Teach us more teacher :D
  • Many writing systems are in fact hybrid systems, mixing two or more principles.
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