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(A) LESSON 1   (About Alphabet letters)
(1). Alphabet – Capital letters (total 28 letters)

A   B     Ç   D   E   F  -> (C is read as Sh) & (Ç is read as tongue rolling R)
G   H   I   J   K   L   M
N   Ñ   O   P   Q   R   S  -> (Ñ is read as a silent n, half n or nasal sound)
T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z

 


(2) Alphabet - Small letters (total 28 letters)
a   b   c   ç   d   e   f -> (C is read as Sh) & (Ç is read as tongue rolling R)
g   h   i   j   k   l   m
n   ñ   o   p   q   r   s -> (Ñ is read as a silent n, half n or nasal sound)
t   u   v   w   x   y   z

 


(3) Accented vowels 
a  e  i  o  u  ou -> (6 unaccented vowels - read softly) 
á  é  í  ó  ú  óu -> (6 accented vowels - read in high tone) 

 


(4) Circular vowels 
ai  ei  oi  ui ->(4 vowel sets ending with i - read softly)
ái  éi  ói  úi ->(4 vowel sets ending with i - read in high tone)

 


(5) Dual Alphabet (6 letters)  
d   t   h   c   t   g   y   -> (thin or light without h)
dh  tkh  ch  ts  ñg  ñy  -> (h makes thick, s makes thin, & ñ make nasal)

 


(B) LESSON 2     (Usage of these three (3) new  or sound-changed letters)

C =>Bac,  Cac,  Fac,  Lac,   Mac,    Nac,    Boc,  Doc, TocCalic, Nalic
Ç =>Caça, Naça, Baça, Faça,  Luça,   Beça,   Beçi
Ñ =>Bañc, Fañs, Keñc, Keñça, Siañra, Thiañra

 


(C) LESSON 3     ( How basic vowel works)?

Normal Vowels (6 vowels)
a   e   i   o   u   ou          (normal)
á   é   í   ó   ú   óu          (stressed)

Example:
ba   be   bi   bo   bu   bou / fa    fe   fi    fo   fu   fou
bá   bé   bí   bó   bú   bóu / fá    fé   fí    fó   fú   fóu

 


(D) LESSON 4     Circular Vowels (4 vowels)

ai   ei   oi   ui  -> normal sound
ái   éi   ói   úi  -> stressed sound
Example:
bai  bei  boi  bui / fai  fei  foi  fui
bái  béi  bói  búi / fái  féi  fói  fúi

 


(E) LESSON 5     (Non accented & accented vowels)

Soft & Hard Examples in three(3) letters
ful   fúl   -> bridge, flower
sal   sál   -> roof,   tree bark
fan   fán   -> leaves, trap)
sul   súl   -> hair,   pull out

 


(F) LESSON 6    (Four letter accented vowels)

Soft & Hard Examples in four letters words
bura   burá   búra  -> bad,         old,      stained
sara   sará   sára  -> small plant, hard,     divorce
fara   fará   fára  -> village,     cross,    misfortune
bara   bará   bára  -> net,         increase, cheat
fora   forá   fóra  -> fall,        teach,    pagoda

 


(G) LESSON 7    (Extended vowels – straight elongation type)

Dual vowels – horizontal extention

baade   = after
gaa     = body
maa     = mother
maana   = free
neel    = go out
biili   = lady who recently gives birth
fool    = mad
foon    = getting/finding
hoor    = cloth
loon    = act of taking
muu     = face
zuu     = tide

 


(H) LESSON 8    (Extended vowels – raising up type)

Dual vowels - Ascending order (1st vowel not accented and 2nd accented)
b    = climb
br   = climbing
g    = sing
l    = plastic
s    = see/tea
n    = like that
bl   = belt
bn   = prohibited
fn   = trouser
kn   = how
ml   = factory
zn   = such
gl   = had gone
zn   = which
bl   = ball
fn   = bright
fr   = light
g    = you all sing
gl   = goal
gn   = skirt
hr   = he is saying
lr   = taking / light beam
mr   = stamp)
n    = it is not
nr   = not happening
soón   = looking/looking after
zr   = you are going

 


(I) LESSON 9     (Extended vowels – falling down type)

Dual vowels – descending order (1st vowel accented & 2nd not accented)

fáa     = mouth liquid that flows
gáa     = infection
náa     no
sáa     = filter it
éen     = like that
héen    = like that
séen    = smelling spray
cíin    = mucus
cíiar   = share(also spell as: cíyar)
síil    = seal
zíi     = daughter
cóor    = town
dóo     = escape
fóoñçá  = a kind of farm tools
góoñçá  = veil covering
góoh    = grind
hn    = saying (n).
nóo     = it did not happen/did not take place
sóol    = sheep
sóon    = soap
fúu     = blow
gúu     = stool
kúuh    = bad anger
súura   = verse

 


Alternative options (for research purpose only-1):
dh     th      kh      ch     ts      ñg      ñy
Ḋ      Ṫ       Ĥ       Ĉ      Ө       Ċ       Ŋ
ḋ      ṫ       ĥ       ĉ      ө       ċ       ŋ
Example-1:
Ḋamíc, Ṫaṫṫi, Ṫánḋah, Ĥóro,  cóicĉa, Өúmma, Ċapúra, Ŋoċ cóċ
ḋamíc, ṫaṫṫi, ṫánḋah, ĥóro,  cóicĉa, өúmma, ċapura, ŋoċ cóċ

Alternative options (for research purpose only-2):
dh     th      kh      ch      ts      ñg      ñy 
Ď      Ť       Ħ       Č       Ø       Ċ        Ň
ď      ť       ħ       č       ø       ċ        ň
Example-2:
Ďamíc, Ťaťťi, Ťánďa,   Ħóro,   Cóicča, Øúmma,   Ċapúra, Ňoċ cóċ
ďamíc, ťaťťi, ťánďa,   ħóro,   cóicča, øúmma,   ċapúra, ňoċ cóċ

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