Katakana Eigo is an adaptation of Japanese katakana to write English devised by Xenzin Jouhzih.
オール ヒュメヌ ビーンズ アーア ボアヌ フルィ エーヌド イークヲル イヌ ディグニティ エーヌド ルァイツ。 ゼェイ アーア エヌダウド ヰズゥ ルィーゾヌ エーヌド コヌシェヌス エーヌド シュド エークト トゥヲアヅ ワヌ アナズァア イヌ エ スピルィト オヴ ブルァズァアホゥド。
（アーアティクル ワヌ オヴ ゼィ ユニヷアセル デクレルェイショヌ オヴ ヒュメヌ ルァイツ）
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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