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Издательское дело и полиграфия
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Gutturals:


Palatals:


Retrofelxes/Cerebrals:


Dentals:


Labials:


The following chart shows the only two letters that differ between the Bengali
and Assamese scripts. Semivowels:


Sibliants & Aspirate:


This next chart shows the full vowel forms, they appear at the begining of
words, or as the second vowel of diphthongs. Note: An "S" in
parentheses indicates a South Indian vowel - they sound almost indentical to
their Northern counterparts, but are shorter. The 'regular' E and O in the
Southern scripts sound more drawn out. So, in Southern languages,
"o(S)" sounds like 'Joe' and "o" sounds more like
'co-owner'.

Here are how consonants normally connect with vowels. For example purposes, the
letter "k" is used in all languages.

Each
script has a different way of creating consonants compounds, so be careful!
These pages aren't for mastery in any of these scripts - but maybe to get a
start learning one, or observing the similartites between scripts.



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