From: D. Starner (email@example.com)
Date: Wed May 05 2004 - 03:55:29 CDT
> Vietnamese in Sütterlin ought to be an interesting challenge, because
> (as those of you who can read Sütterlin know) the 'u' has a breve over
> it to distinguish it from an 'n', and in Vietnamese the letter 'a' can
> have a real breve over it, but 'u' cannot.
That wouldn't be a problem once you knew the script. Esperanto has a u
and u-breve which became indistinguishable in Sütterlin, which was occasionally
used to write Esperanto by German Esperantists.
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