Should the English language start using character accents like the rest of Europe does?
>>153389893no, but add ashe, schwa and diphtongs to your spelling since you use these things all the time but write them down as random vowels for no reason
>>153389893no thanks, im bad enough at reading in the first place
You're acute accent
>>153391558If would simplify reading, not the opposite
No, because it would end up looking like Vietnamese. Just throw in like 5 extra letters instead.
>>153394601>long A is now á>ay is now àThere I màd(e) 90% of English orthography simpler
>>153394702Okay, and what if we all just decided not to use accents like Israelis do when writing Hebrew?
>>153394866Then it would be a nightmareIf you want to to improve or creàte a better Hebrew system, I would personally fund you
>>153389893Tei djost niid to start wraiting laik Finish piipol duu, änd sou das evrivan els
>>153394702>long A is now áGross. Use ā instead.
>>153395319Uus tö seim leter tvais for long vauls, laik "taak shou" oor "ääs"
people don't realize how much of an advantage european languages have for maintaining autistic spelling ectit doesnt matter for natives and you can still easily read text from 500+ years ago and maintain etymology meaningsjapanese and korean is nearly unreadable for many even 80 years ago
>>153396057https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnMk1Vhg1oM#t=65sI read somewhere that Japanese people can't understand Hirohito's surrender speech even though it was only 70 years ago. Is that true?