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Transliteration: i, j sound: ee or yi (y sound) object: flowering reed Gardner: M17
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Transliteration: iy, jj sound: ee or yi (y sound) object: double flowering reed Gardner: M17 2x
Transliteration: ʿ sound: ah (like Hebrew ʿ ayin) object: arm Gardner: D36
Transliteration: b sound: b object: foot Gardner: D58
Transliteration: p sound: p object: stool Gardner: Q3
Transliteration: s ̌ sound: sh object: pool Gardner: N35
Transliteration: f sound: f object: horned viper Gardner: I9
Transliteration: d ̱ sound: dj, j object: cobra Gardner: I10
Transliteration: m sound: m object: owl Gardner: G17
Transliteration: n sound: n object: water Gardner: N35
Transliteration: r sound: r object: mouth Gardner: D21
Transliteration: ḥ sound: hh object: wick Gardner: V28
Transliteration: w sound: w object: quail chick Gardner: G43
Transliteration: g sound: hard g as in goggle object: jar stand Gardner: W11
Transliteration: h ̬ sound: ch (as in loch) object: placenta? Gardner: Aa1
Transliteration: h ̱ sound: ch (as in German ich) object: animals belly Gardner: F32
Transliteration: q, ḳ sound: k object: hill Gardner: N29
Transliteration: k sound: k object: basket with handle Gardner: V31
Transliteration: s sound: s object: doorbolt or folded cloth Gardner: O34 or S29
Transliteration: 3 sound: ah object: vulture Gardner: G1
Transliteration: t sound: t object: loaf Gardner: X1
Transliteration: t ̱ sound: ch as in church object: tethering rope Gardner: V13
Transliteration: h sound: h object: courtyard Gardner: O4
Transliteration: d sound: d object: hand Gardner: D46
X. Transliteration: 3 sound: ah object: vulture Gardner: G1.
A. ʾaʾa aleph-a (can be long or short) e )i)i aleph-i (can be long or short)
ב. b beth י y yodh ה h he (pronounced hey) ו
א. ʾ ʾ aleph (silent, transliterated with an apostrophe)
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A. a Alpha Pronounced a as in hat b B b e b beta.
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Jolly Phonics Set 1: s, a, t, p, i, n Set 2: ck, e, h, r, m, d Set 3: g, o, u, l, f, b Set 4: ai, j, oa, ie, ee, or Set 5: z, w, ng, v, oo, oo Set 6: y,
El alfabeto español the Spanish alphabet El alfabeto español Most consonants sound the same in Spanish and English. Spanish vowels only have one sound.
ALL I WANT IS YOU (from the Juno movie soundtrack) 4|4 |:C |F C | | C |G7 C :| x2 C 0003 F 2010 G
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SNAKE CHARMER ENTERTAINS OTHERS BY MAKING THEM DANCE. HE EARNS MONEY BY SHOWING PEOPLE THE CHARMS OF DANCES HE BLOWS HORNS (BEEN); A WIND BLOWING INSTRUMENT.
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