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:
- Sequences such as VnC and VmC cause the vowel to nasalize and the /m to disappear. Try, e.g. "baanndo" or "baanndu".
- 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.
a aa (Alternately try ah)
e e (Try eh if this doesn't work)
g g (gu before e and i)
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)
u u (o might work in unstressed syllables)