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ll . ད་ da̲ or ta̲ similar to the "d" i n dig or the "t" i n tap
12. ན་ na̲ similar to the "n" i n now
13. པ་ bāsimilar to the "b" i n bet
14. ཕ་ pāsimilar to the "p" i n pat
15. བ་ ba̲ or pa̲ similar to the "b" i n bet or the "p" i n pet
16. མ་ m a̲ similar to the "m " i n met
17.. ཙ་ dzā similar to the "dds" i n adds
18 ཚ་ tsāsimilar to the "ts" i n Patsy
19. ཛ་ dza̲ similar to the "dds" i n adds
20. ཝ་ wa̲ similar to the '"w" i n war
21. ཞ་ sha̲ similar to the "sh" i n ship
22. ཟ་ sa̲ similar to the "s" i n sip
23. འ་ a̲ similar to the "a'" i n ah
24. ཡ་ ya̲ similar to the "y" i n yet
25. ར་ ra̲ similartothe "r"inred
26. ལ་ la̲ similar to the "l" i n let
27. f shāsimilar to the "sh" i n ship
28. ས་ sāsimilar to the "s" i n sit
29. ཧ་ hāsimilar to the "h" i n hit
30. ཨ་ i̅ i̅ āsimilar to the "a" i n ah
i̅In addition to the above l etters, there are also a num ber of new consonant i̅
combinations which are used toi̅render foreign sounds such as those found i n English. For
example, the English sound "f" is written as ཕ་ Other combi nations wi ll be explai ned as
they occur.



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