it also isn’t restricted in written direction. i think egyptian has been the most flexible language i’ve worked with in that regard — where you change the orientation of the glyphs to “face” the direction they should be read in and lines to show either horizontal or vertical.
im rambling, so i’ll say: i’m using duolingo to take my time learning japanese. additionally i picked up the app “midori” as a handy lookup and reference — it has really opened my eyes to how beautiful the japanese language can be.
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