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Phonetic Rules (with some slight grammar suggestion) by Nekir Vowels: A, E, I, O, U
-Uses long vowels at pre-fix A: “apron”, “cake”, “hay” E: “eagle”, “queen”, “me” I: “ice”, “pie”, “buy” O: “ocean”, “nose”, “boat” U: “unicorn”, “tube”, “food”
-after first vowel, subsequent vowels are short vowels. A: “at”, “bat”, “cat” E: “web”, “beg”, “pen” I: “bib”, “pig”, “fix” O: “cob”, “knob”, “mom” U: “cub”, “bug”, “fun”
Example: “Aou” would be pronounced: “Ey-ah-uh” Example 2: “Ome” would be pronounced: “Oh-m-eh”
Phonetic Rule 1: In every word that starts with a vowel, the first vowel is pronounced as a long vowel. Each subsequent vowel is pronounced as a short vowel sound. Phonetic Rule 1a: when two vowels are put together in a word, they are rewritten as a set group of letters, given below.
-aa: ei (pronounced ‘Ee-eh’) -ee: i (pronounced ‘aye’) -ii: e (pronounced ‘Ee’) -oo: ae (pronounced ‘Aye-eh’) -uu: o (pronounced ‘oh’)
Phonetic Rule 2: Vowels, when placed together in a word, do not become ‘silent’. They are pronounced specifically, with intention, following phonetic rule(s) 1 and 1a, with exception for Phonetic Rule 2a.
Example: Ome (the word for Elf) is pronounced O-m-eh, not O-mee. Example 2: Aou (the word for Human) is pronounced ‘Aye-ah-iuh’, not ‘Ah-ow’ or ‘Ah-oo’. Phonetic Rule 2a: when a word ends with an ‘i’ that I is pronounced as a long-vowel ‘e’ (sounding like the last I in “Iraqi”.
Phonetic Rule 2a: when a word ends with an ‘i’ that I is pronounced as a long-vowel ‘e’ (sounding like the last I in “Iraqi”.
Phonetic Rule 3: The letter “k” is not pronounced with a hard k sound, but a schwa… and replaced with “ch” Example: Ko is pronounced Ch-oh
Example 2: Eki (the word for troll) is pronounced “Ee-ch-ee”
Phonetic Rule 3a: If the letter combination “ch” is present, it can be replaced with “k” to shorten word, and still mean same thing. Thus K and Ch are interchangeable but have the same sound.
Phonetic Rule 4: when two vowel combinations (that are not the same) are repeated, their quad combination is replaced with a “u”.
Example: “Oraeaeal” the word for upper hemisphere hawk, is re-written “Oraul” and pronounced, “Oh-rah-uhl”

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