The same goes for alphabets. Of course, you can make one common alphabet like CTA, but after all, the pronunciation is different in each language, so in fact you will get a lot of very similar Latin based alphabets with different pronunciations for different letters, not a single alphabet, while it will only get more difficult to visually determine which language it used.

Sign in to participate in the conversation
Polyglot City

Polyglot City is the right instance for you if you're interested in linguistics, languages, language learning, or translation, or if you're multilingual or polyglot. All languages are allowed to flourish on our timelines, and multilingual puns are welcome. And of course you're also free to talk about other things besides language.