Alternative English Romanization System

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The Alternative English Romanization System (ĀÎRS) is an alternative system of Romanisation for the English language; as of time of writing six nations have backed it, according to T̂û Krīyēītêr.

History

Orthography

The Alternative English Romanisation System consists of 35 letters. (10 vowels and 25 consonants excluding syllabics)

Software

Software exists for writing AERS as a result of it featuring many diacritics; an on-screen keyboard has been developed, named the AERS Keyboard.

For those unable to install the application, a Discord server for AERS provided emojis in uppercase for additional characters.

An image demonstrating the AERS Keyboard and AERS Discord emojis on the official Discord server.

List of Places using the system

From earliest to latest recognitions:

Examples

Singular words

Alternative English Standard English
ŌKēī Okay
tîKîT Ticket
Âjêl Agile
Pîr Pier
Fîŋgêr Finger
Kēīv Cave
Ēânû, Ânû, Ēânû Anna

Sentences

Kēĉîŋ wīrī wātêrfâūwêl 'ān t̄în

āīs gîvz sêrlī pōlêr bērz

hyūj plēĵêr 'ēând înŝêrz t̂ēī

înjōī gôd mīt ûnhārmd.

Catching weary waterfowl on thin

ice gives serli polar bears

huge pleasure and insures they

enjoy good meat unharmed

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