Yeah, that's going to be roman. No question about that. I will use english alphabets. But I wanna use blobs!
Look how cute they are!
I wanna cuddles them so much.
Hindi has many vowels. I don't remember how many, so let's count together. Hopefully I still remember them >.>;;
U, pronounced as 'u' in mud
Aa, as in AAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH
I, as in ink
Ii, as in Ew
Oo, as in Whoooo
Ooooo, as in Whoooooooooooooooo
O, as in Oh
Ow, as in cow
Ae, as in aim
Aae, as in pronunciation of letter 'i'
Un, as in lee chan saying 'un'
That makes it 13,
Now I don't know why ri is a vowel.
Does anyone know why ri is a vowel?
@Glass Shard @GREED444 , you two?
I have tried asking my teachers, and all they say is that its rarely used, so don't worry about it.
So, which ones should we use?
Its probably better to keep it simple and just use the 5 vowels of English, but I think using more vowels will allow us to pack more meaning in a single letter.
So, I was reading Toki Pona(I hope I spelled it correctly) and I saw it too has words like 'is' and other auxiliary verbs.
My question is, are they important?
Is there any situation where writing
"I suffering corona"
Won't be enough?
Let's try some complicated sentences.
"My dog barked when door bell rang while it rained outside."
"As he crossed toward the pharmacy at the corner he involuntarily turned his head because of a burst of light that had ricocheted from his temple, and saw, with that quick smile with which we greet a rainbow or a rose, a blindingly white parallelogram of sky unloaded from the van—a dresser with mirrors across which, across a cinema screen, passed a flawlessly clear reflection of boughs sliding and swaying not arboreally, but a human vacillation, produced the nature of those who carrying this sky, these boughs, this gliding façade"
So...is it necessary to have auxiliary verbs?