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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_writing_systems

This is a list of writing systems (or scripts), classified according to some common distinguishing ... Writing systems of the world today. ... All contain graphemes that represent phonetic (sound-based) elements as well. These phonetic .... Linear alphabets are composed of lines on a surface, such as ink on paper. Adlam – Fula ...

wizzyschool.com/language/alphabets%20of%20the%20world.php

Alphabets of the World. Arabic Alphabet. arabic alphabet. Armenian Alphabet. armenian alphabet. Benghali Alphabet. benghali alphabet. Burmese Alphabet.

www.worldstandards.eu/alphabets

Mar 11, 2017 ... Over the past millennia hundreds of different alphabets and scripts have been used all over the world. Some of them have disappeared while ...

www.word2word.com/alphabet.html

Word2Word is pleased to provide these links so you may see the various types of alphabets that are used around the world. We hope that these links will assist ...

matadornetwork.com/abroad/5-beautiful-endangered-alphabets

Sep 17, 2014 ... Since the birth of the alphabet in the Near East around 2000 BC, endless writing systems from different languages and cultures have thrived ...

www.sixtyvocab.com/blog/many-alphabets-world

Jan 15, 2014 ... Some writing systems that are in use today are not true alphabets. A true alphabet is a system of writing in which symbols or letters represent all ...

www.omniglot.com/writing/alphabets.htm

An index of all the phonemic alphabets, or alphabets featured on Omniglot, including those in use, extinct ones and those used mainly for decorative purposes.

aboutworldlanguages.com/writing-systems

Below are brief descriptions of the world's major writing systems some of which are now .... Alphabet-based systems are used by languages all over the world.

www.babbel.com/en/magazine/what-are-the-alphabets-and-writing-systems-of-the-world

The Alphabets And Writing Systems Of The World. Writing has been .... the Arabic alphabet). What all of these had in common was the absence of vowels. Well ...