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All spoken languages use systems of sounds (called a phonology), and most of these aren't anything like English, including, hopefully, the conlang that you'll soon have. This section should help you.
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The parts of this section are:
- Phones: The difference between phones and phonemes, and between consonants and vowels.
- Syllables: The units of sound that can be pronounced.
- Phonotactics: How sounds can be arranged into syllables.
- Sandhi rules: How morphemes may change their sound because of their neighbors.