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Phonology of Mesyar
This public article was written by YɔhLlɔmɔ, and last updated on 3 Jul 2017, 18:37.

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Akeyetja, today we will learn the phonology of  Mesyar, it is has a very simple phonologic system that consists of sounds used in a lot of languages. There are no "extended" sounds and the sound of a letter will always be the same no matter what letter is next to it.

In  Mesyar, there are a total of 19 consonats and 6 vowels. In this lesson I will explain how to pronunciate each letter and I will give an example of that letter in a word.

Consonants


LetterIPAWord
b/b/båe
d/d/doir
f/f/faire
ç/ç/çabrei
g/g/gan
k/k/kabåtul
h/h/hafiça
l/l/laredja
m/m/mabiga
n/n/nabuwe
dj/d͡z/djeduya
tj/t͡s/tjile
p/p/panso
r/ɹ/rageyeo
s/s/saire
t/t/taleke
z/z/zuye
w/w/wasaka
y/j/yåliso


Note: The letter tj is often pronounced as a combination of a t and an s or a c and an h when used for naming something that comes directly from another language, such as in tjile, which means Chile.

Vowels


LetterIPAWord
a/a/açedja
e/e/ebetar
i/i/ino
o/o/oçoe
u/u/uin
å/ɑ/åraito


Now you should be able to read any word in  Mesyar, go and check the dictionary out by clicking here --> http://conworkshop.info/dictionary.php?L=MKL, and start memorizing some vocabulary.
See you in the next lesson, kelesarlo.
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