NOV. 26, 2008. This page is under construction. Please check back in the near future.
The top phrase is read from left to right. It says: "I am in the car"

The bottom phrase also says "I am in the car", but it is read from right to left.

Here is a chart with some frequently used 'backward' script. ARMS can be lengthened to accomodate short phrases within its embrace. See above how "I" holds the verb 'am', and how "in" holds the words 'the car'. When a backward form fits within an arm, it often has a pin-like tail with which to affix itself onto the arm, such as the word 'am' is doing to the arm 'I'. This page will be under construction for a while. I will improve the explanation as I work on the text.