Tundrian spelling is ultimately based on the Latin
ancestry of the language, as modified by 2000 years of linguistic history and
more than a thousand years of scribal and printers' practice.
Although far more consistent than English, and free of the
proliferation of silent letters as in French, Tundrian spelling is definitely a
historical-etymological one. The same phoneme may be expressed by two or more
letters or letter combinations, depending on historical origin.
The sub-chapters we link to below explain the Tundrian alphabet
and spelling system in greater detail: