Here are some new consonants, all of which have sound shifts. The shifts shown here correspond to the Romanization guidelines, and there may be specific exceptions.
|Letter||Before a vowel||Followed by consonant or
end of word
|d as in day||t as in toy|
|b as in boon||p as in pan|
|Romanized as r,
closest to soft d in American water
|l at the end of ill|
The letter sounds like s as in sigh, except in the combination , which is pronounced like the English word she, wherever it appears in a word.
At the end of a word, the letter sounds like t at the end of wet.