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Arapaho Alphabet

Learning the Consonants

QuestionAnswer
B It is like the English “b” as in “bet”. It is less voiced then the English “b” at the beginning and in the middle of words, but like a “p” at the end.
C It has a “ch” sound as in “church”, Sounds like English “J” and “ch”. More like the “J” at the beginning of words.
H It has the same sound as the English “h”.
K It has the “g” sound as in “get”. It is a blend of “k” and “g”, but more like the “g” at the beginning of words and more like the “k” at the end.
N It has the same sound as the English “n”.
S It is the same sound as the English “s”, but never like “z” as in trees.
3 It is the symbol for the “th” sound as “three”, “bath” and “thin”. But never like the “th” sound as in “the or that”.
T It has the English “D” sound as in “dot”, at the beginning of words and blown “t” elsewhere.
W It is same as the English “w”.
Y It is the same as the English “Y”.
'(stop) It is the symbol for the sound or breath which is cut off suddenly.
X Sound of the throat.
Created by: ndncaveman