User:Nedland/Nedlandic English alphabet

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Alphabet

  • Aa - as in app.
  • Bb - as in book.
  • Dd - as in day.
  • Ee - as in hell.
  • Ęę - as in the silent vowel sound or replacement of vowel sound between some consonant pairs I.e. What'-re you doing, killer
  • Ěě - has nothing to do with Czech, as in mine.
  • Ff - as in France.
  • Gg - as in gold.
  • Hh - as in how.
  • Ii - as in kick.
  • Jj - as in jam or German.
  • Kk - as in kick.
  • Ll - as in love.
  • Mm - as in mom.
  • Nn - as in Nubia.
  • Oo - as in low.
  • Pp - as in pick.
  • Qq - as in quail.
  • Rr - as in run.
  • Ss - as in Steve.
  • Tt - as in Toot.
  • Uu - as in boot.
  • Ůů - as in out; has nothing to do with actual Czech.
  • Vv - as in vat.
  • Ww - as in wimpy.
  • Xx - as in axe.
  • Yy - as in me.
  • Zz - as in Zealandia.
  • Åå - as in octave.
  • Áá - as in lard.
  • Ææ - as in pay.
  • Çç - as in check.
  • Ññ - as in anya.
  • Ňň - as in doing.
  • Øø - as in muck.
  • Řř - used for accented "r" sounds mainly in foreign languages - i.e. Rodrigo
  • Šš - as in shut up.
  • Ðð - as in that.
  • Þþ - as in thorn.
  • Üü - as in ew.
  • Әә - as in look.
  • Žž - as in Asia.