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Karska (Kårska) is a Gaermanic language that is the lingua franca of Kara. It is most closely related to Alvedic, Vezhek, and Kirek.
Karska is largely a phonetic language and uses an alphabet of 26 letters.
Pronunciation of letters in Karska
|Letter||IPA||Rough Federal States Ingerish Equivalence|
|⟨ə⟩ or ⟨ɜ⟩ when at the end of some words||problem|
|Rr||⟨r⟩ for "r"||no Ingerish equivalent, similar to Castellian rolled "r" as in perro|
|⟨ɾ⟩ for "rr"||no Ingerish equivalent, nearly a very quick ⟨d⟩ as in dote|
|Yy||⟨ɨ⟩||no Ingerish equivalent, nearly in between ⟨i⟩ in me and ⟨ə⟩ in problem|
Example pronunciations of words/terms/names
|Term/name||IPA||Rough Federal States Ingerish Equivalent|
|Fjörnåde Republikka Kåra||fjornɔdə ɾəpublika kɔra||Fyoor-nah-duh Ruh-poob-lee-kah Kah-ra|
- ↑ See https://www.ipachart.com/ for recordings of each IPA letter
- ↑ ⟨ɜ⟩ and ⟨ə⟩ are very similar vowels; Pronunciation of "e" varies by local dialects; overall, ⟨ə⟩ and ⟨ɜ⟩ are very similar vowels.