Layke wrote:But the vowels aren't technically diacritics. There is one vowel symbol, short vertical line. The symbol by it's self represents 'ah' and 'oh'. With one right accent (The accent that runs bottom-left to top-right), it represents 'ih' and 'ee', and with two it represents 'eh' and 'oo'. Also, accents can be placed over consonants symbols to labialize or palatenize them. For example, the symbol for 'k' with one accent represents 'ky' and with two accents, it represents 'kw'. I hope that isn't too confusing.
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