Alphabet and PronunciationEdit
There are 12 consonants and 4 vowels as shown here:
|Letter||IPA Transcription||Approximation in English|
|Ee||/e/||roughly like face|
|Oo||/o/||roughly like law (British English)|
The Jj and Zz are notable because they do not represent [dʒ] or [z] respectively, instead representing [ʃ] and [s]. The carons represent voicing, as shown in the chart compared to its form without a caron. The Ww represents a [v] instead of a [w], as well.
Therefore, the words are typically pronounced just as they look, but a few other dialects pronounce them differently. You, for the purposes of this tutorial, will be learning the water dialect.