Practicing a Custom Alphabet

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s0200311
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Practicing a Custom Alphabet

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I am working on a language... OK maybe not working on a LANGUAGE, more like working on an alphabet... So in this PDF you can see what I have so far. The first column is the representation of my language using ENGLISH characters, they will each get their own custom character eventually... Then the next column shows the phonetic sound of the letter. The next 2 columns is a set of semi random words from a word generator and their spelling using the phonetics from my language... Kind of like how (I think) Japanese has a phonetic alphabet for spelling words from other languages. I was hoping for some feedback! How should I be practicing my phonetic alphabet? Thank you for any suggestions!

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... output=pdf
Park Bom
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we have no access to it.
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Titus Flavius
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The file doesn't open :)
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That's irritating. What type of coding does the

Code: Select all

 feature take? HTML perchance? If so I can code the table in...
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s0200311 wrote: 06 May 2021 16:11 That's irritating. What type of coding does the [‍code] feature take? HTML perchance? If so I can code the table in...
The issue appears to be the privacy settings on your Google document. They are probably set so only you can view it. Try this: Open your document. Click on the "Share" button in the upper-right corner. In the dialog window, click the text that reads "Change to anyone with the link". Copy-paste the link highlighted in green.
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