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Over time, a large collection of syllables were pared down to a phonetic system, but it was still drawn with "elements" not glyphs. Merchants and accountants hashave their own ideas ansand made stale writing for journals and ledgers.

Over time, a large collection of syllables were pared down to a phonetic system, but it was still drawn with "elements" not glyphs. Merchants and accountants has their own ideas ans made stale writing for journals and ledgers.

Over time, a large collection of syllables were pared down to a phonetic system, but it was still drawn with "elements" not glyphs. Merchants and accountants have their own ideas and made stale writing for journals and ledgers.

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Other answers have mentioned Chinese. I'd like to point out the modern standard pin yinpin yin Romanization that's commonly used for typing, too. Everyone here on this English board can read "Beijing", but typing those same letters in the IME produces north capital: "北京".

Now my mother-in-law can’t type on a computer because she never learned pin yin, and her accent doesn’t match the people who came up with the transcription. She learned an earlier form of phonetic instruction (I suppose it would be this one) which is not roman-based. It’s fair to say that most Mandarin speaking people younger than 60 would find this unintelligible.

Other answers have mentioned Chinese. I'd like to point out the modern standard pin yin Romanization that's commonly used for typing, too. Everyone here on this English board can read "Beijing", but typing those same letters in the IME produces north capital: "北京".

Other answers have mentioned Chinese. I'd like to point out the modern standard pin yin Romanization that's commonly used for typing, too. Everyone here on this English board can read "Beijing", but typing those same letters in the IME produces north capital: "北京".

Now my mother-in-law can’t type on a computer because she never learned pin yin, and her accent doesn’t match the people who came up with the transcription. She learned an earlier form of phonetic instruction (I suppose it would be this one) which is not roman-based. It’s fair to say that most Mandarin speaking people younger than 60 would find this unintelligible.

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Rather than simply different ways to draw a letter (making them hard to recognise), you have real differences between an idiographic or sylablesyllable based script and a phoeneticphonetic script.

A scribe/artist would draw an artistic rendering incorporating the features, in a mini-mural where the order of finding the features is led through lines of composition and the contextnofcontext of the scene. For example, a pictorial of a river going through the kingdom will look like a sketch, but actually encode specific details of the story, which concerns the kingdom along the river.

Over time, a large collection of syllables were pared down to a phoeneticphonetic system, but it was still drawn with "elements" not glyphs. Merchants and accountants has their own ideas ans made stale writing for journals and ledgers.

A 5-pointed star became the glyph, etc. With simple essential line drawings used as a prototype for the pattern, each drawn in isolation. WhennitWhen it came to inventing printing and mass literacy, they moved to letters written in a neat row etc. like we understand.

Just as people study ShakepereShakespeare and calligraphy, well-cultured people in some subcultures learn the old idea of elements and apply the current alphabet and language, but draw them creatively in blocks, or as a form of poetry/art incorporate them into pictorial drawings.

Rather than simply different ways to draw a letter (making them hard to recognise), you have real differences between an idiographic or sylable based script and a phoenetic script.

A scribe/artist would draw an artistic rendering incorporating the features, in a mini-mural where the order of finding the features is led through lines of composition and the contextnof the scene. For example, a pictorial of a river going through the kingdom will look like a sketch, but actually encode specific details of the story, which concerns the kingdom along the river.

Over time, a large collection of syllables were pared down to a phoenetic system, but it was still drawn with "elements" not glyphs. Merchants and accountants has their own ideas ans made stale writing for journals and ledgers.

A 5-pointed star became the glyph, etc. With simple essential line drawings used as a prototype for the pattern, each drawn in isolation. Whennit came to inventing printing and mass literacy, they moved to letters written in a neat row etc. like we understand.

Just as people study Shakepere and calligraphy, well-cultured people in some subcultures learn the old idea of elements and apply the current alphabet and language, but draw them creatively in blocks, or as a form of poetry/art incorporate them into pictorial drawings.

Rather than simply different ways to draw a letter (making them hard to recognise), you have real differences between an idiographic or syllable based script and a phonetic script.

A scribe/artist would draw an artistic rendering incorporating the features, in a mini-mural where the order of finding the features is led through lines of composition and the context of the scene. For example, a pictorial of a river going through the kingdom will look like a sketch, but actually encode specific details of the story, which concerns the kingdom along the river.

Over time, a large collection of syllables were pared down to a phonetic system, but it was still drawn with "elements" not glyphs. Merchants and accountants has their own ideas ans made stale writing for journals and ledgers.

A 5-pointed star became the glyph, etc. With simple essential line drawings used as a prototype for the pattern, each drawn in isolation. When it came to inventing printing and mass literacy, they moved to letters written in a neat row etc. like we understand.

Just as people study Shakespeare and calligraphy, well-cultured people in some subcultures learn the old idea of elements and apply the current alphabet and language, but draw them creatively in blocks, or as a form of poetry/art incorporate them into pictorial drawings.

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