rdmiller3 wrote:A system which has kanji, hirigana and katakana is much more complex ("ike mute mute") than a system with only one set of kana.
I like this system:
http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y292/m ... kipona.gif
because it actually uses FEWER symbols than the latin-based Toki Pona alphabet.
janKipo wrote:The mark under the a should probably be the "final n" marker rather than the "initial n."
I see that this system achieves its reduced symbol load by making some symbols ambiguous, which may in fact work here, but is generally a bad move (and makes dictionaries a bitch).
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