In some respects the value of the consonants varies from that usual in the Latin alphabet.
In the Latin alphabet the sound was always the voiced stop (as in gig) in classical times.
That the Latin alphabet is not fully adapted to express Slavic sounds, is evident in the Polish language.
Would it require much practice in the use of the Latin alphabet to attain the degree of skill evidenced in 110?
It is probable that the Latin alphabet first came in with Christianity.
Soon after the dialect had reached its latest form, the Latin alphabet was adopted.
The Latin alphabet probably came into use without any particular pains, long before the introduction of the Glagolitic letters.
Therefore, the Text version of this edition presents Greek passages transliterated into the Latin alphabet.
What is the difference between the Latin alphabet and the English?
As far as I know this is the only standard we have of Marina's handwriting in the Latin alphabet.