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Basic Syllable Chart for Hindi

Based on the previous info from the introduction, I have put together this chart of the characters (not including conjuncts and halant). Hope it is useful. I’m really using it as an exercise in understanding the keyboard layout for Hindi. … Continue reading

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Hindi Introduction

I’m sick at home and wanted something new to work on while laid out. So I just started working on Hindi again (this time with a course that can show how to read and write, in addition the simple conversational … Continue reading

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The Arabic Alphabet

Letter Position Separate Initial Medial Final Transliteration Name Sounds Like… ا أ ـا ـا ā or ’ā alif father ب بـ ـبـ ـب b bā’ big ت تـ ـتـ ـت t tā’ ton ث ثـ ـثـ ـث th thā’ thought … Continue reading

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Greek Consonants – Classification

Most greek consonants can be divided into three classes, labial, dental and palatal. Each of these classes has plain, voiced, aspirated or fricative and a double consonant (doubled with σ) sounds. The following chart should illustrate the relationships between consonants: … Continue reading

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