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Exactly 100 words's worth of language learning reflection daily

Tuesday, 26 December 2017


Reading my 2nd novel written by David Baldacci: The Escape. One character is Macri. A typo says ‘Maori’. Another character claims to think better in cursive. For him, just as it did Roald Dahl, apparently, joined-up writing seems to spur connected thinking.

And so I’m going to play around a little with Arabic. I’ll use that Arabic keyboard that pops up with Google translate, and I’ll experiment to see how the letters join up. With Arabic, letters have different forms at the beginnings, middle or ends of words.

But it beats me how they write right to left without smudging.

Today: J3       

Total: J278 D144 G50 P37 F26 Sp21 Da1 A2 R1

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