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Ciasian [siˈɑːziˌən] (native Ciásêre [ˈça.seː.ɾɛ]) is a romance language spoken on the Mediterranean island of Ciaseria, south of France, near the island of Corsica.
/a/ and /o/ both have nasal counterparts. All vowels may be elongated.
Ciasian is written using 24 letters of the roman alphabet, excluding K and W. Three diacritics may be used to modify vowels: the acute accent, the circumflex, and the breve.
Most consonants are pronounced similar to their corresponding IPA symbols, with several exceptions and digraphs. Hard C is /k/, soft C is /ç/. Hard G is /g/, soft G is /ʝ/. H is silent before I. J is pronounced as /ʒ/. Q is used for /k/ before U in all situations. R is pronounced as /ɾ/ in most situations. X is /ks/. Z is /t͡s/.
Several digraphs and trigraphs are used.