A, as (a) in father
E, as (a) in hate, or short as (e)
I, as (i) in pique
O, as (o) in note
U, as (oo) in fool
V, as (u) in but
G is sounded hard, approaching to k;
sometimes before e,i,o,u and v, its sound is k. D has
a sound between the Englishd d and t; sometimes,
before o,u and v, its sound is t; when written before
l and s the same analogy prevails.
All other letters as in English.
Syllables beginning with g, except ga,
have sometimes the power of k.
Syllables written with tl, except tla,
sometimes vary to dl.