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The Lojban Mini-Lesson: composed originally, I believe, by Athelstan.
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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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Below is the little table for the Portuguese Lojban orthography.  Portuguese has some issues which may muck things up:
  
Can be found on the web in [http://www.lojban.org/files/brochures/minilesson.txt ext form] and in [http://www.lojban.org/files/brochures/minilsn.h html] (the [http://www.lojban.org/files/brochures/miniexer.html xercises] for the HTML version are on a separate page).
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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".
  
The text promises a "commented [[jbocre: minilesson a|answer key]]"; however, this does not yet exist. I had a go at providing one; see the link. Suggestions and corrections are welcome. --mi'e [[jbocre: filip|filip]]
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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.
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' N/A
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a aa  (Alternately try ah)
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b b
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c ch
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d d
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e e  (Try eh if this doesn't work)
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f f
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g g  (gu before e and i)
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i i
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j j
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k k
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l l
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m m  (You may need mm after a vowel)
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n n  (You may need nn after a vowel)
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o o  (Try oh if this doesn't work)
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p p
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r r
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s s
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t t
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u u  (o might work in unstressed syllables)
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v v
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x N/A
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y N/A
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z z
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Revision as of 17:09, 4 November 2013

The person who wrote this is not a fluent speaker; corrections welcome. The intention was for use in text-to-speech systems.

Below is the little table for the Portuguese Lojban orthography. 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".
  1. 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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' N/A

a aa (Alternately try ah)

b b

c ch

d d

e e (Try eh if this doesn't work)

f f

g g (gu before e and i)

i i

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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