Mongolian script

 

For learning: Mongolian

Base language: English

LN019

Rating 5.0 (1 WK096)
SF038 104
WK019 2098
Created Aug 16, 2009
Level , Advanced, Elementary, Beginner
Tags
  • Writing

Description
Mongolians started using this script/alphabet around 800 years ago during the time of Genghis Khaan. It is still officially used in the Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region of PRChina. However, it has been replaced by the cyrillic alphabet in Mongolia in 1946, though secondary schools started teaching it again after 1992.
Each letter has three forms depending on if it is the initial, middle or final letter of a word (whereas English alphabet has capital and lower letters: 'A' vs. 'a').
Another difference between Mongolian script and the other alphabets is that Mongolian script is written vertically, from top to bottom, not from left to right.

Comments

posted 6 month(s) ago

hello, is it whole alphabet?

posted 6 month(s) ago

very good

posted 6 month(s) ago

sain