American Hangul was invented by Aidan Conner with one purpose in mind: to make the world more literate. He did this by taking the second most widely spoken language, English, and the world's easiest written language, Hangul, to make a modified version of Hangul that would work better with English. It is his hope to modify Hangul to fit all languages one word at a time.
아뜨뜨 후만 베인긋 아레 볼느 끄레에 안드 에뿌아뜨 인딕닡유. 트헤유 알에 엔도외엗 외잍흐 레아손 안드 촌스치엔체 안드 스호우뜯 앛트 토외알듯 오네 아놑 헬 인 아 스피맅 오끄 브롵헬호옫.
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They
are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another
in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
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