Is anyone available to add a language? (Cherokee CED phonetics) $?
The alphabet to be used would be the Cherokee English Dictionary phonetics, which is mostly English letters with the addition of the under-dot to differentiate short vs long values and tone marks. The language is tonal and uses penultimate stress on each word with a final tone mark of "43". (Where tones: 1=low falling, 2=mid, 3=high, 4=high rising, 43=high falling). Each word that ends in a vowel sound usually ends in a 43 tone.
- [ị²gv²yi⁴ɂi] “First.”
- [tạɂ²li²ne⁴ɂi] “Second.”
- [jọ²ɂi²ne⁴ɂi] “Third.”
- [nvh²gi²ne⁴ɂi] “Fourth.”
- [hị²sgi²ne⁴ɂi] “Fifth.”
- [su²³dạ³li²ne⁴ɂi] “Sixth.”
- [gahl²gwo²³gi²ne⁴ɂi] “Seventh.”
- [a¹gowh²tị³ha] “He sees him or it.”
- [a¹nị²gowh²tị³ha] “They see him or it.”
- [da¹gowh²tị³ha] “He sees them.”
- [da¹nị²gowh²tị³ha] “They see them.”
- [ạ²le, nọ²le] “And. Or.”
- [ạ²ge²³hya] “A woman.”
- [ạ²ni²ge²³hya] “Women.”
- [ạ²sgạ²ya] “A man.”
- [ạ²ni²sgạ²ya] “Men.”
- [gạ²do² ju⁴sdi] “Which ones?” Used when the person asking a question is expecting a response about two or more non-living or inanimate things.
- [gạ²do² un⁴sdi] “Which ones?” Used when the person asking a question is expecting a response about two or more alive or animate things.
- [gi²hli] “A dog. Dogs.”
- [nu²³na] “A potato. Potatoes.”
- [nv¹ya] “A rock. Rocks.”
- [we²³sa] “A cat. Cats.”