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'SUS' For Writing Multiple Languages

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by Mira Sarma-Parai
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'SUS' For Writing Multiple Languages by Mira Sarma-Parai

The SUS stands for Sarma's Unified System, this system designs a new form of Script, not a new language. By this multiple languages can be written without changing the pronunciation sound. This is simple, logical and very easy to memorize. Writing is easy; there will be no scope for "bad hand writing and spelling mistakes will be minimal. Number of SUS alphabets is minimal and once one gets the system understood many languages learning will be great fun. The key board numbers will be minimized and mobile will be easy to use specifically in sending texts. Multiple figures are included depicting many languages and comparing the phonetics of different languages.

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Reviewed by Hashibur Rahman
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]   Date Added: Saturday 13 March, 2010

It is really a mystery why the earlier experts could not invent the script that can write all languages. I know it became possible because these experts used numerical positions of the letters in the alphabet, instead of their pronounciations. If any country accepts this script, by which their children would be able to learn language in 3 months in place of the conventional 12+ months, I believe they would defeat all others.


Reviewed by Musfique Rahman
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]   Date Added: Saturday 13 March, 2010

If any country accepts this script their children would be able to write the language in 3 months, compared to 12 months or more required in the conventional script. By that way the country can save millions of dollars and valuable time in children's education.

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Size: 2.1 MB
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Date published:  Nov 2009
ISBN: 9781426909412

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