Cyrillisch is a way of writing English with the Cyrillic alphabet
devised by Niño Eduardo Evan Fernandez. It is based on the Serbian
Cyrillic alphabet. While he was studying languages like Japanese,
German and Russian, he took a liking to the Russian alphabet and
decided to adapt it for English.
- Type of writing system: alphabet
- Direction of writing: left to right
- Used to write: English, German, Japanese
- Words are written based on how they are pronounced.
- The schwa and the [æ] sound are written Ээ.
- The second consonant in double letters is not omitted, except in some cases. German ALLE is written Аллэ but English ALL is written Ол.
- English and Japanese CH are written Чч, while German CH is written Хх.
- AY in WAY is written Еј; the Y in MY and EI in DREI are written Aј; the OU in OUCH is written Ау, and the OW in MOW is written Oу.
Ол Хјуман Биингс ар борн фри энд икуал ин дигнити энд рајц. Ђеј ар ендоуд уиђ рисон энд коншенс энд шуд акт тоардс уан анађер ин а спирит оф брађерхуд.
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They
are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another
in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
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