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Transliteration: 3 sound: ah object: vulture Gardner: G1
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: w sound: w object: quail chick Gardner: G43
Transliteration: b sound: b object: foot Gardner: D58
Transliteration: p sound: p object: stool Gardner: Q3
Transliteration: f sound: f object: horned viper Gardner: I9
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: h sound: h object: courtyard Gardner: O4
Transliteration: ḥ sound: hh object: wick Gardner: V28
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: s sound: s object: doorbolt or folded cloth Gardner: O34 or S29
Transliteration: s ̌ sound: sh object: pool Gardner: N35
Transliteration: q, ḳ sound: k object: hill Gardner: N29
Transliteration: k sound: k object: basket with handle Gardner: V31
Transliteration: g sound: hard g as in goggle object: jar stand Gardner: W11
Transliteration: t sound: t object: loaf Gardner: X1
Transliteration: t ̱ sound: ch as in church object: tethering rope Gardner: V13
Transliteration: d sound: d object: hand Gardner: D46
Transliteration: d ̱ sound: dj, j object: cobra Gardner: I10
ב. b beth י y yodh ה h he (pronounced hey) ו
Ë. Transliteration: i, j sound: ee or yi (y sound) object: flowering reed Gardner: M17.
A. ʾaʾa aleph-a (can be long or short) e )i)i aleph-i (can be long or short)
א. ʾ ʾ aleph (silent, transliterated with an apostrophe)
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SI E FATTA LITALIA MA NON… LITALIANO. N e l l ' a m b i t o d e l p r o g e t t o R I S O R G I M E N T O I S A L W A Y S O N, l a c l a s s e I I I A.
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[æ] [I] [au] [^] [a:] “Pat’ s black cat is in Pat’s black hat.” cat, cow, black, big, farmer, city, dark, hill, London, car, town, country, park, now,
In German, when "b", "d" and "g" are at the end of the word their sounds change. b sounds like “p“HALB d sounds like "t“HUND g sounds like "k“KLUG Exception:
K N a r o z e n i n á m T i p ř e j i, a b y T v ů j ž i v o t b y l k r á s n ý, n e k o n e č n ý s e n, a b y l á s k a, š t ě s t í a z d r a v í.
P ř i š l i j s m e d n e s s l a v i t s T e b o u, t a k n á s t u v j e d n é ř a d ě m á š, v š e c h n a p ř á n í m á m e s e b o u, T y u ž j e.
Head Hand Nose Mouth Hair Ear Finger Teeth Face Eye Neck Arm Eye Elbow
Comenius program Rukkilille Lasteaed in Portugal 2013.
The body. the eyes the shoulders the hand the knees the hair the mouth the foot the tummy the arms the legs the nose.
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