Globish/Lesson I: Alphabet

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Globish uses 24 out of 26 letters of ISO Latin Alphabet with no diacritics or upper cases. Those letters are: a b c[n 1] d e f g h i j k l m n o p r s t u v w y z

With the combinations of two of the above letters, we can get these diagraphs: aa ae au ch dh ee ei oa oo sh th zh

Pronunciation[edit]

  • a in Globish is like a in American.
  • aa in Globish is like 'a in art.
  • ae in Globish is like a in apple.
  • au in Globish is like aw in law.
  • b in Globish is like b in boy.
  • ch in Globish is like ch in chair.
  • d in Globish is like d in dog.
  • dh in Globish is like th in they.
  • e in Globish is like e in egg.
  • ee in Globish is like ee in eel.
  • ei in Globish is like ei in eight.
  • f in Globish is like f in fee.
  • g in Globish is like g in girl.
  • h in Globish is like h in he.
  • i in Globish is like i in it.
  • j in Globish is like j in jam.
  • k in Globish is like k in king.
  • l in Globish is like l in lamp.
  • m in Globish is like m in man.
  • n in Globish is like n in no.
  • o in Globish is like o in open.
  • oa in Globish is like oa in goat.
  • oo in Globish is like oo in cool.
  • p in Globish is like p in pen.
  • r in Globish is like r in run.
  • s in Globish is like s in see.
  • sh in Globish is like sh in she.
  • t in Globish is like t in toy.
  • th in Globish is like th in thin.
  • u in Globish is like u in pull.
  • v in Globish is like v in victory.
  • w in Globish is like w in woman.
  • y in Globish is like y in yes.
  • z in Globish is like s in his.
  • zh in Globish is like s in measure.

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