Tshad

        Tshad is a conlang I’m creating that has a similar writing style to Korean but looks more like some sort of Fantasy language, all words have one of two vowel sets they can use which modifies the suffixes prefixes and whatnot of that word. Tshad uses honorifics, infixes, and is somewhat synthetic. It has 11 overall consonants and 4 vowels that fit into 2 sets. It also has an extra vowel “o” for foreign names and poetic pieces and 9 extra consonants just for foreign names.Tshad had 11 consonants 10 of which pronounced:

ʡʼ, ɢ̆, ʝ, t, ɾ, n, ʃ, θ, d, and p.

The other silent, using Latin characters they sound like.

k, g, y/j, t, r, n, sh, th, d, and p.

As well as four vowels in two groups pronounced:

Group 1:

i, and u.

Group 2:

ɐ, and ɘ.

A foreign/poetic vowel pronounced:

o.

And nine foreign consonants pronounced:

m, l, f, b, h, s, z, v, and w.

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