Anonymous wrote:Hello all,
I need feedback again...You still following this thread?
Gonna give you an interesting work: I want you to compare the Georgian alphabet
with the Greek one, specially the letters' order (the georgian alphabet is accepted
as to have being derived from the Greek one) and tell me: which are the
"normal" letters in georgian , the ones Georgians usually employ when
transcribing foreign/western words?! The ejective or the aspirated ones?!
(Of course this question is appliable only for letters whice come in ejective/aspirated
pairs, like t, ts, ch etc.).
Don't know if I'm saying it again, but I want to find some international words that look the same in Georgian and English for the transcription exercises..
I've Found some. I'm not going to give the translations!
I hope they're right (in particular wowels)...
I've done the work yesterday night, almost sleeping.
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იდიომი is idiomi, Idiom....
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