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Moreover, there are countless homophones in Chinese. 意亦义议绎易艺谊益溢异 all share the pinyin of yì. Thus one syllable could have thousands of meanings. Doesn't sound very helpful, does it? Again, if you're not convinced, there are homophonic words, too: 意义(meaning) 异议(dissent) 意译(free translation, as opposed to transliteration) are all pronounced as yìyì.

https://theculturetrip.com/europe/italy/articles/the-10-most-beautiful-languages-in-the-world/

http://theweek.com/articles/464968/english-spelling-terrible-other-languages-are-worse

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