Lecturer: Mr. Hong Kiseng
Students:
1
1. Mr. Leang Channy
2. Miss Seng Saksreyney
3. Mr. Pha Rakim
4. Miss Phien Davy
1. Communication across Time and Space?
2. Morphemic and Phonetic Script
3. Chinese Script – A Morphemic System
4. Roman S...
 Do you know any country has no writing
system?
 Can you develop one nation without written
language?
 How can you stud...
 Some societies have no writing system and
no society has developed a written language
and only subsequently decided to t...
 Writing has played an important part in the
development of society.
 Our society requires communication to be
made acro...
6
 Rival means of communication or bridging
space and time (TV, Phone, Tape recorder,
or Video…), but writing still devel...
The written representation of an object, of a
concept, of an action, and so on may be a
direct representation of the objec...
 Morphemic are the characters or graphs <1>
and <5> represent a concept directly.
 Phonetic are the written words <one> ...
9
<Seven> is generally called Phonetic systems
but <Seven> /sevәn/ is called an Alphabetic
system.
Alphabetic are characte...
10
 Syllabic refer to symbols represent syllables.
(Mostly, in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean
symbols)
 好 吃  好吃
Hǎo Chī ...
11
12
 The writing system that we use came to us
from the Middle East by way of the Greeks
and the Romans.
13
14
 Allograph is a member of grapheme or the
variant forms of a written character (grapheme
is a fundamental unit in a writt...
 A and a are Allographs of the grapheme A in
that replacing them does not alter the
meaning of the word, as calm, CALM an...
 a mark (?) used as a diacritic over a vowel, as ?,
?, ?, to indicate a vowel sound different from that
of the letter wit...
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12 writing systems (why does the coming together of two women in china result in a quarrel)

  1. 1. Lecturer: Mr. Hong Kiseng Students: 1 1. Mr. Leang Channy 2. Miss Seng Saksreyney 3. Mr. Pha Rakim 4. Miss Phien Davy
  2. 2. 1. Communication across Time and Space? 2. Morphemic and Phonetic Script 3. Chinese Script – A Morphemic System 4. Roman Script – An Alphabetic System 5. Allographs 2
  3. 3.  Do you know any country has no writing system?  Can you develop one nation without written language?  How can you study a history of one country? 3
  4. 4.  Some societies have no writing system and no society has developed a written language and only subsequently decided to transmit the utterances orally. 4
  5. 5.  Writing has played an important part in the development of society.  Our society requires communication to be made across space and time.  Writing is allowing you to study the subject of language without having to travel to a particular place at a particular time. 5
  6. 6. 6  Rival means of communication or bridging space and time (TV, Phone, Tape recorder, or Video…), but writing still develops.
  7. 7. The written representation of an object, of a concept, of an action, and so on may be a direct representation of the object itself or a representation of the word that represents the object. 7
  8. 8.  Morphemic are the characters or graphs <1> and <5> represent a concept directly.  Phonetic are the written words <one> and <five> or symbols of symbols represent the sounds that represent the concept. 8
  9. 9. 9 <Seven> is generally called Phonetic systems but <Seven> /sevәn/ is called an Alphabetic system. Alphabetic are character for each sound segment or symbols represent individual speech sounds.
  10. 10. 10  Syllabic refer to symbols represent syllables. (Mostly, in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean symbols)  好 吃  好吃 Hǎo Chī  Hǎo chī Good Eat  Delicious  好 看  好看 Hǎo Kàn  Hǎo kàn Good Look  Attractive
  11. 11. 11
  12. 12. 12
  13. 13.  The writing system that we use came to us from the Middle East by way of the Greeks and the Romans. 13
  14. 14. 14
  15. 15.  Allograph is a member of grapheme or the variant forms of a written character (grapheme is a fundamental unit in a written language: alphabet, punctuation, number, signature, and any other individual symbol in a writing system). 15
  16. 16.  A and a are Allographs of the grapheme A in that replacing them does not alter the meaning of the word, as calm, CALM and cAlm, except oddness. 16
  17. 17.  a mark (?) used as a diacritic over a vowel, as ?, ?, ?, to indicate a vowel sound different from that of the letter without the diacritic.  a word made by putting together parts of other words; motel, brunch, guesstimate.  conforming to the rules of a language. 17

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