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Portuguese has some issues which may muck things up:
The person who wrote this is not a fluent speaker; corrections welcome.  The intention was for use in text-to-speech systems.
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#Sequences such as VnC and VmC cause the vowel to nasalize and the /m to disappear. Try, e.g. "baanndo" or "baanndu".
 
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#Unstressed vowels tend to get raised. You may need to try things like "eh" and "oh" in those circumstances. Happily, unstressed "o" kinda sounds like Lojban u.
Below is the little table for the Portuguese Lojban orthography.  Portuguese has some issues which may muck things up:
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<tab class=wikitable>
 
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' rr (ca<u>rr</u>o)
# Sequences such as VnC and VmC cause the vowel to nasalize and the /m to disappear. Try, e.g. "baanndo" or "baanndu".
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a á
 
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b b
# Unstressed vowels tend to get raised. You may need to try things like "eh" and "oh" in those circumstances. Happily, unstressed "o" kinda sounds like Lojban u.
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c ch (<u>ch</u>orar)
 
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d d
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e ê
 
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f f
' N/A
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g g (guia, garota)
 
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i i
a aa  (Alternately try ah)
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j j (joelho)
 
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k k
b b
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l l
 
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m m
c ch
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n n
 
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o ô
d d
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p p
 
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r r
e e  (Try eh if this doesn't work)
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s s
 
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t t
f f
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u u (undar)
 
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v v
g g   (gu before e and i)
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x rrr
 
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y Cid<u>a</u>, sêc<u>a</u>, pec<u>a</u>, pac<u>a</u>, col<u>a</u>, Lol<u>a</u>, lut<u>a</u>, quas<u>e</u>, '''gy''' - ma<u>g</u>ma (brasileiro);<br/>noit<u>e</u>, tard<u>e</u>, p<u>e</u>cado, p<u>e</u>rgunta (português do Portugal);<br/>c<u>a</u>ma, m<u>a</u>ma, f<u>ã</u>, hortel<u>ã</u> (paulistano, sulista)
i i
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z z
 
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</tab>
j j
 
 
 
k k
 
 
 
l l
 
 
 
m m   (You may need mm after a vowel)
 
 
 
n n   (You may need nn after a vowel)
 
 
 
o o  (Try oh if this doesn't work)
 
 
 
p p
 
 
 
r r
 
 
 
s s
 
 
 
t t
 
 
 
u u   (o might work in unstressed syllables)
 
 
 
v v
 
 
 
x N/A
 
 
 
y N/A
 
 
 
z z
 
 
 
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Latest revision as of 07:25, 19 February 2016

Portuguese has some issues which may muck things up:

  1. Sequences such as VnC and VmC cause the vowel to nasalize and the /m to disappear. Try, e.g. "baanndo" or "baanndu".
  2. Unstressed vowels tend to get raised. You may need to try things like "eh" and "oh" in those circumstances. Happily, unstressed "o" kinda sounds like Lojban u.

<tab class=wikitable> ' rr (carro) a á b b c ch (chorar) d d e ê f f g g (guia, garota) i i j j (joelho) k k l l m m n n o ô p p r r s s t t u u (undar) v v x rrr y Cida, sêca, peca, paca, cola, Lola, luta, quase, gy - magma (brasileiro);
noite, tarde, pecado, pergunta (português do Portugal);
cama, mama, fã, hortelã (paulistano, sulista) z z </tab>