Date: Wed Nov 12 2003 - 12:18:14 EST
Philippe Verdy wrote,
> But is Ewellic a script? Both address a written form of actual pronunciation
> in a particular area, and they do not pretend to be an orthograph (so with
> both IPA and Exellic, the semantic proximity of radicals may be lost, as
> pronunciation aften alters them with lots of variation, even in the same
> language). Even the author of Ewellic says that its purpose is only to mark
> the phonetic of English as he speaks and hears it, but not as others may
> pronounce it, and Ewellic works poorly with other languages (unlike IPA
> which is much more precise)...
"Since spelling is based on pronunciation, words such as tomato and
aunt that have alternative pronunciations will have more than one
This doesn't sound like the author of Ewellic expects that users
will spell everything alike.
Ewellic is a script, but Exellic might only be a typo.
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