in other ways...
|From:||Hese Kiel <hesekyel@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, September 2, 1999, 11:04|
--- BP Jonsson <bpj@...> wrote:
> At 13:21 -0700 31.8.1999, wayne chevrier wrote:
> >I was being humorous with the classification of
> English, but it is
> >not a purely alphabetic system. the characters are
> >but the words are a combination of phonetic (from
> various sources),
> >morphophonemic (constant spelling for root even
> though they often
> >change their pronunciation due to changes of stress
> and affixes,
Potential history of English language. This how it could be :
saying "royal" but writing "kingisk".
Has anybody done this potential development for languages?
What would have happened to English if normans had been beaten!
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