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The basic stroke is shaped something like a claw, broad at one end and
pointed on the other. Consonants are represented by three of these strokes
connected end to end or parallel to each other. Vowels are represented by
two strokes, though some of them have a dot or circle instead of a claw
stroke. Each consonant has points at which it connects to other consonants
and also to vowels. Both vowels and consonants have places where a stroke
may be added to provide a connection point for another word. 

Syllable structure is open, and sentences are read in VSO order. A verb is
written first, and the subject is connected to the first consonant, and the
object to the second consonant. When multiple nouns fill the same role, the
verb is connected to the and between them, so the and is read first, then
the two nouns. Prepositional phrases are connected to a verb's vowels and
prepositions merge with their objects. The grammar isn't fully developed yet
though by any means. 

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