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|#25 - It's Latin, not Latinic. Just saying. I understand what yo…||02/28/2014 on Better get learning||0|
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#23 - serotonin (02/28/2014) [-]
I prefere Cyrilic to Latinic.
In latinic we have couple of double letters - two symbols for one sound while in Cyrilic there are none. Example : Њ = Nj . Cyriliic one was made by puting two symbols together - N and semivowel- put together they make new sound and there for they have single letteр
#25 - marioauditore (02/28/2014) [-]
It's Latin, not Latinic. Just saying.
I understand what you're saying, however, double letters in latin alphabet are just an impression. Things like i/y or c/k where meant to mark a greek pronunciation instead of a latin one. They were two different sounds in latin. There are languages like english that maintained those symbols. But english symbol/sound correlation is a mess anyway. In Italian all the unused letters where removed. We have 21 letters.
And for the new sounds, we used the same method as you described for Nj. The only difference is that they're not fused in a single one, however since they're always pronunced that way, there was no real need for fusion.
|#20 - I was referring to memorizations strategies. After reading th…||02/28/2014 on Better get learning||0|
|#10 - I wish someone made something similar for hiragana and katakana. [+] (2 new replies)||02/28/2014 on Better get learning||0|
#20 - marioauditore (02/28/2014) [-]
I was referring to memorizations strategies. After reading this just once i'm able to remember the sound associated with every symbol. With no mistake. I can't say the same of hiragana and katakana. I can easly memorize one line at a time just like you said, but when i see a symbol my brain has to go check one line at the time to find the right association, and after a while of inactivity i start to confuse the lines. This happens cause there is no real association between the shape of the symbol and the sound.
Of course, I can solve all this by studing more, but that's still much more work than simply look at a picture.
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