AlphaBeta's Dialect Phonetic Alphabet (a ᴅı ᴘı a)

AlphaBeta's Dialect Phonetic Alphabet was devised by AlphaBeta as an alternative way to write English, specifically their dialect of Canadian English. It is a unicase script with 50 letters, each of which represents a phoneme in AlphaBeta's dialect.

AlphaBeta's Dialect Phonetic Alphabet (ABDPA)

AlphaBeta's Dialect Phonetic Alphabet (ABDPA)

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A font can be found at: - Times New Roman can also be used (except for QV).

Sample text

ɑʟ ʜyᴍxɴ ʙıʏxᴎᴢ r ʙᴏʀɴ ꜰʀı xɴ ıᴋᴡl xɴ ᴅxᴎɴxdı xɴ ʀȷȝ. θa r xɴᴅqᴅ ᴡxɵ ʀıᴢxɴ xɴ ᴋɑɴƶxɴꜱ xɴ ƶƨd ᴀᴋt ᴛƨᴡᴏʀʗ ᴡuɴ ƨɴuθr xɴ u ꜱʙıʀxd ƨᴠ ʙʀuθrʜƨᴅ.

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