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A Soqri article
This public article was written by [Deactivated User] on 10 Sep 2017, 15:10.

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Welcome! I'm glad you have decided to learn Soqri. Soqri is an a priori language I created.
First, we will learn how to pronounce Soqri:
Double letters are pronounced like longer versions of the single letter
Q is pronounced as ng
H is pronounced like ' in Hawai'i
G is pronounced as an English "hard g"
J is pronounced as in hallelujah
A is pronounced as in thought
E is pronounced as in cafe
I is pronounced as in ziti
O is pronounced as in open
U is pronounced as in uno
Y is pronounced similar to few
Ä is pronounced as in about
Ë is pronounced as in end
Ü is pronounced similar to goose
Soqri is written in multiple scripts, which you will learn in a later lesson.
Let's learn some grammar for our nouns:
The base form is nominative singular.
You add ga to the end of a word to make it accusative.
You add dü to the end of a word, after case, to make it plural.
Example:
Soqri is a noun meaning the Soqri language.
Soqriga is the accusative singular form
Soqridü is the nominative plural form
Soqrigadü is the accusative plural form



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