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Pronunciation of Seraglia-jun

A,a (ah, if followed by an "i" then pronounced like eye)
B,b (buh, the "uh" drops off at the end and is very slight)
C,c (pronounced like the "c" in "car", but not unless with an "e" or i"i like "ce" or "ci" then pronounced as an "ss", if followed by an "h" then as "chuh" as in chair)
D,d (duh, the "uh" is same as in "b")
E,e (ih, but pronounced "ay" if at the end of an infinitive, but is silent if at the end of a verb tense, like "Jo fale (I speak/talk)(y-oh f-ah-l) or at then end of "ll" then as "uh" even in verb tenses, pronounced as "ay" if preceded by a "t" even in verb tenses, a special case is the verb ending -äshte, where the "e" is pronounced as "uh" and in the verb ending -shide, where the "e" is pronounced as "ay")
F,f (fuh, same rules apply as "b" with the "uh")
G,g (guh as in gutter, not unless directly followed by an "e" or an "i" then pronounced as a "j" like a french "j" as in the french verb "jeter=to throw"
H,h (huh, same "uh" as in "b")
I,i (ee, unless with a "u" then pronounced as a "y")
J,j (pronounced as a french "j" (i dont know how to write that, a dictionary pronunciation says as "zh") but pronounced as a "y" when accompanied directly by an "o" like in the pronoun Jo (I)(y-oh))
K,k (kuh, strong k sound from the back of the throat)
L,l (luh, slight uh as well, when directly accompanied by another "l" then pronounced as a "y", like J'aille (I go)(Zh-eye-yuh))
M,m (muh, same uh as b,etc...)
N,n (nuh, same uh as b,etc...)
O,o (oh)
P,p (puh, repeat b,etc...)
Q,q (always accompanied with "u", pronounced like a "k" with "i" and "e", but as "kwuh" with an "o")
R,r (ruh, sounds like a french "r", from the back of the throat but not as strong as a french "r")
S,s (ss, if directly followed by an "h" then pronounced as "sh" if directly followed by a "y" then pronounced as "see" like Jo syo (I am)(y-oh see-oh))
T,t (tuh, repeat b,etc...)
U,u (oo, if preceded by an "o" then prounced as "oh-oh", the second "oh" is not as distinguished as the 1st)
V,v (vuh, repaet b,etc...)
X,x (zuh, but if preceded and followed directly by vowels then pronounced like saying "k" and "s" together rapidly)
Y,y (yuh, repeat b,etc...)
Z,z (zuh, repeat b,etc...)
Æ,æ/Ae,ae (ay like in way)
à (the accent over a vowel like that in an "a" makes an "ah" in an "e" makes an "uh" in an "i" makes an "ee")
ä (pronounced "ay", special case, verb ending -äshte where "ä" is pronounced as "ah")
ë (pronounced "ay")

umm that's all i can think of for now, ill post more if i remember any that i many have forgotten... enjoy ^^
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