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Panna e púskun kar

Drustírástí

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Human language is a natural phenomenon, and language learning is instinctive in childhood. In their natural form, human languages use patterns of sound or gesture for the symbols in order to communicate with others through the senses. Though there are thousands of human languages, they all share a number of properties from which there are no known deviations.

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Cáindárí

Gicená foŧú

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Maya glyphs in stucco at the Museo de sitio in Palenque, Mexico

Bolízánt

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An alphabet is a complete standardized set of letters — basic written symbols — each of which roughly represents a phoneme of a spoken language, either as it exists now or as it may have been in the past. There are other systems of writing such as logographies, in which each symbol represents a morpheme, or word, and syllabaries, in which each symbol represents a syllable.

Baŕáhí itting xuáisa?

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  • Xuást: Dá panna ŧí sáŕí xísun rang aná gańđ átá panna ģák káŧum án affas. Dá ģuŧŧ panna ģák biná xuáira. Arkas e ará sarhál ná bábat cáindárí are, amo sarhál ná xísuná gańđ e xalling án pad niviştánk ná biná kanning kek.
  • Nemgađalo: Dá nivştánk átá biná massune, vale deskáne nemgađalo o. Arkas dáfteŧí vaddík cáindárí avár kanning kek. Pen...
  • Vaddif:

Niviştánk ák

Duniá ná bolík

Baloc ná bolík: Balocí, Bráhuí, Siráikí, Khetrání, Lásí

Drávaŕí bolík: Támil, Maláyálam, Telugú, Kánađ, pen...

Amsáya bolík: Sindí, Paşto, Panjápí, Urdú

Eşíá ná bolík: Arabí, Bangálí, Cíní, Jápání, Abrání (Hebrew), Indí (Hindi), Koríáí, Mangolíáí, Fársí, Sanskrit, Tibbatí, Táí, Turkí, Vetnámí pen...

Yúrap ná bolík: Básk, Cek, Angrezí (English), Fránsí, Jarman, Itálví, Nárvejí, Purtugálí, Romání, Rúsí, Slovek, Ispení, pen...

Joŕ karoká bolík: Esperanto, Ido, Volapük, pen...


Bolí ná vaŕ ák

Joŕ karoká (Constructed) bolí, Kríol (Creole), Gum maroká (Extinct) bolí, Laeja (Dialect), Miyánustumání (International) bolí, Rájí (National) bolí, Pidgin, Nişán (Sign) bolí


Likvaŕ ák
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Báşágal ák: Arabí báşágal, Saerillik (Cyrillic) báşágal, Abrání (Hebrew) báşágal, Látíní (Latin) báşágal, pen...

Elo likvaŕ ák: Abjad, Abugida, Braille, Hieroglyphics, Logogram, Syllabary, SignWriting pen..

Pen ubbo: Bolí, Bolí ná táríx, Bolízánt, Bolízántkár, Báşágal ná táríx, script

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