Latin alphabet

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the alphabet evolved by the ancient Romans which serves for writing most of the languages of western Europe

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The letters with apostrophes in new Latin alphabet of Kazakhstan used to be a serious problem for local internet users, as search engines couldn't properly handle the words with apostrophes.
Courses and seminars on the transition to Latin alphabet will be organized with scholar-philologists.
The book, "Nivisin u xwendina: Kurdiya kurmanci," which translates to "Reading and Writing: Kurdish Kurmanji," was written by four authors--Ebas Ismaeli, Mohammed Taqawi, Mehdi Jaafarzada, and Jawad Aliniya--in the dialect of Kurmanji, which uses the Latin alphabet.
AZERTY is a specific layout for the characters of the Latin alphabet on typewriter keys and computer keyboards.
Some Uighur intellectuals support this; many already use the Latin alphabet on their phones, computers and on social media.
Erdogan said on Monday that Ottoman, an old form of Turkish using a version of Arabic script replaced by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk with the Latin alphabet on foundation of the secular Republic in 1923, should be taught in schools to prevent younger generations losing touch with their cultural heritage.
The original Russian texts are provided in their entirety, followed by transcriptions of the Russian words into the Latin alphabet (for readability) and a line-by-line translation into English.
Applicable to over 125 languages that use the Latin alphabet, .
This also involved adapting unwritten languages to the Latin alphabet.
In 2013, ICANN rolled out domains in Arabic, Chinese, German, Russian and Cyrillic scripts, and now the rollout of domains in Latin alphabet has begun.
When you apply, there are no Albanian letters or Latin alphabet but only Macedonian letter and Cyrillic alphabet.
Besides changing the written form of the language from the Arabic to the Latin alphabet, this reform eliminated most Arabic and Persian words, replacing them with neologisms ostensibly based on old Turkish roots.
For the Kurds in Turkey, the adaptation of the Arabic alphabet is as unrealistic of a prospect as the adaptation of the Latin alphabet by Kurds in Iraq or elsewhere.
Only 'Hindu-Arabic' numbers (written like 1, 2, 3 etc and not in any other script) and Latin alphabet letters (like those used in this article) are valid, so Arabic or Chinese script, for instance will not work.