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Writing

Page history last edited by PBworks 14 years, 4 months ago

Creolian is generally written in the Roman alphabet, though it can also be written with other scripts. In Roman alphabet, there is no need to capitalize the first letter of a sentence. Upper case should be used at the beginning of a proper noun, or any word that does not belong to Creolian.

Although Creolian has a limited phonology, certain words can still be spelled in their traditional form. These words include proper nouns (people’s names, place names), technical terms from medicine, for example, and taxonomic names. As noted above, the first letter of such words should be capitalized.

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