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WORLDAL

Worldal [‘wə:rld`æl] stands for “world alphabet”. This brand new alphabet, an innovation and invention by LCPJ’s editor, Sander Kola, born in Suka-Dajç, Shkodra, and living in Tirana, Albania, first presented in the second issue of the Linguistic and Communicative Performance Journal, suggests a revolution in print to help resolve the problems related to reading, which is considered as the most complicated skill by respective academics.

Worldal can be adopted by any language in the world being extended or contracted according to the number of letters each alphabet currently has. The principle of using it is the same for all languages, but the presentation of letters may change in accordance with the characteristics of each language.

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 Reading in the World Alphabet - Worldal

For immediate illustration, here we go with the WORLDAL presentation in a picture form:




   Click here to read in the WORLDAL
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