The Rila Sign System is an alternative alphabet for Russian, English, Spanish and other languages devised by Stefan Stoynov. He invented it because he finds writing text messages (SMS) in Bulgarian on a mobile phone rather difficult and he thought there might be a better way to do this. This sign system is designed to be easy to enter on a keypad and uses a small number of symbols that correspond to letters in the Cyrillic and Latin alphabets.
United presentation of the European alphabets and some linguistic combinations of letters
Time is in us and we are in time, it changes us and we change it.
El tiempo está en nosotros y nosotros estamos en el tiempo. Nos cambia y lo cambiamos.
Время находится в нас и мы находимся во времени, оно нас меняет и мы меняем его.
Ο χρόνος είναι μέσα μας και είμαστε στο χρόνο. Αυτό αλλάζω εμάς και εμείς αλλάζω αυτό.
Denotation of an exemplary system of phonetic signs (English).
[taim iz in ʌs ænd wi: ɑːr in taim, it ˈtʃeɪndʒɪz ʌs ænd wi: tʃeɪndʒ it.]
Stefan Stoynov has also devised a tactile version of the Rila Sign System, known as Tactile System Rila.
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