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Arapaho Alphabet 2

Vowels

E is a short vowel sound like the "e" in the English word "bet or neck".
I is a short vowel sound like the "i" in the English word "bit or hit".
O is similar to the vowel sound in the English word "got or hot".
U is like the English short "u" sound in "put or hook".
EE is close in sound to the English short "a" sound as in "bat".
II is similar to the long "e" in English, such as "beet".
OO is much like the long "ah" sound as in "caught or fought".
UU is a long "u" sound as in the English word "dude or food"
EI is much like the long "a" sound as in the English word "weight".
OU is a long "o" sound in English, as in "boat".
OE is similar to the long "i" sound in English, as in "bite".
IO' is a sound that does not occur in English.
IE is a rare sound in Arapaho, but is made by saying the short "i" sound followed by the short "e" sound.
Created by: ndncaveman