Adzera is a member of the Oceanic branch of the Malayo-Polynesian
language family. It is spoken in Morobe Province of Papua New
Guinea, and there were 30,000 speakers according to the 2000
census. The language is also known as Atzera, Azera, Atsera
Adzera alphabet and pronunciation
- The diphthongs /ɑi/ and /ɑu/ occur, while other sequences of vowels are split over two syllables
- /h/ is only used in the interjection hai (yes)
- The prenasalized consonants tend to lose prenasalization initially and after consonants
- /tʃ/ and /ⁿtʃ/ are sometimes realized as /ts/ and /ⁿts/, especially in codas.
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Tower of Babel in Adzera
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