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Rohingyalish Basic-1

A   => A   ibár abas neele dé  ( Aa )
E   => E   ibár abas neele dé  ( Ee )
I    =>  I    ibár abas neele dé  ( Ii   )
O  => O    ibár abas neele dé ( Oo )
U  => U    ibár abas neele dé  ( Uu )
Ou=> Ou  ibár abas neele de ( Ou )

Tóile abas iín óre forí daháile:  a   e  i  o  u  ou
Añárattu dabi huwá foille:         á   é  í  ó  ú  óu 

Mesál daháile:        Ba  Be  Bi  Bo  Bu  Bou
Dabi foribélla:         Bá  Bé  Bí  Bó  Bú  Bóu

Tin nwá óla hórof:   Bar  Ber  Bir Bor Bur
Dabi foríle:              Bár  Bér  Bír Bór Búr

Sair gwá óla hórof:  Bara  Bera Bira Bura 
Dabi lé:                    Bará  Berá  Birá Burá
Ar kisím ór dabi lé:  Bára  Béra  Bíra Búra   
                

Rohingyalish Basic-2
a  e  i  o  u  ou
á  é  í  ó  ú  óu
Ba   Be   Bi    Bo   Bu   Bou
Bá   Bé   Bí    Bó   Bú   Bóu

Fakkáráiya vawel ókkol:
Ai   Ei  Oi   Ui     (ai  ei  oi  ui)
Ái   Éi  Ói   Úi     (ái  éi  ói  úi)

Mesál:

Tinnwá óla:             Bai   Lai    Sai   Dai  
Tinnwá óla gutá:    Bái   Lái    Sái   Dái   

Sair gwá óla:           Fain  Lain  Sain  Gain 
Sair gwá óla gutá:  Fáin  Láin   Sáin  Gáin

Mesál:  Bainna  Lainna  Sainna  Gainna
             Baila Mas,  Raindá Mas, Súilla Mas 
             Zailla,         Záilla,    Laillá,   Sáinna
              






Teacher Training - 3

1#  Practice of Long Vowels

(a)  Find words fool, boól, sóol, goól, noó in the following sentences:-

       Fool e bl maijjé ár, sóol or gaat foijjé, tóile gl ót ngóle
       (Meaning: When the ball was kicked, it fell over the sheep, therefore it did not enter into the goal.)

(b)  Find words no, noo, noó, noó in the following sentences:-

      No wán noo asé, lékin yián gom noó, ótolla ham aijó goijjá nóo. 
      (Meaning: There are nine boats, but this is not good, therefore the work is not yet completed.)
 
       More examples:       Q: Yián sóiyi né?              A: Yián sóiyi noó.
       Q: Ham furafuri óiye né?    A: Ham furufuri nóo.

(c)  Find words gaa, gaá, gáa in the following sentences:-
      
      Gaat mazé gáa óileyo gana gaár.  (More example: saá, sáa, saáni, sáani)

(d) mana,  maná,  maana,  maána,  maáni
     foona,  loóna,   hóona,   hoóna
     bon,     bona,    boona,   boón,     
     ekzon, zoon,    
     zoon saá,
     hóon saá

2#  Practice of Long Vowels

=> Fas-->fañs; fiañs, tiañs
=> bac, bañc, tañc, 
=> bañl, bañc, biyúñc

=> fes--> feñs
=> kes--> keñc

=> zaáñs;  añc
=> uñta, uñth

3#  Personal Pronouns

Ist person:          => Aññí, añár, añáre

2nd person:        => Tui, tor, toré
=> Tuñí, tuáñr, tuáñre
=> Oñne, oñnor, oñnoré

=> Tuáñra, Tuáñrár, Tuáñráre
=> Oñnorá, Oñnorár, Oñnoráre

3rd person:         =>Te, tar, taré
=> Ite, itar, itaré
=> Íte, ítar, ítare

=> ibá, ibár, ibáre
=> íba, íbar, íbare

=> Tará, Tarár, Taráre
=> Itará, itarár, itaráre
=> Ítara, ítarar, ítarare

=> Taáñi, taáñir, taáñire 

=>  Yián, yián ór, yián óre
=>  Yían, yían ór, yían óre

4#  Circular vowels related.

=> sair, saáir, sáijja
=> lor, loir, loijja, loiththa
=> mair, maijja, maijjá
=> moijja, kuijja, muijjá, foijja, dóijja, 
=> hañijja, hoñijja, hoóñr, hóoñr
=> hoóñri, hóoñri
=> hoc, hóñc, hocá, hóca, hoñcá, hoñcí
=> han (ear), hañn (cry)
=> behañ, therá

5#  Exceptional

=> ou ou in ---> ooin
=> añáñr   ----> añár
=> zañáñs ----> zaáñs
=> dhoñór ----> dhoóñr

6#  Practice

bazar, bizára, bizá

Teacher Training - 2

posted Mar 28, 2015, 3:03 PM by Eng Mohammed Siddique Basu   [ updated Apr 5, 2015, 7:38 AM ]

1# Review Letters:

(1) Rohingyalish has 28 Letters: (A to C, Ç, D to N, Ñ, O to Z)
(2) Latin letters are: Ç and Ñ
(3) Replacement letter: Sh is replaced with C (no more Sh is used)
     
 CÓÑÇO = Five most important chracter in Rohingyalish
               
    C        Ó     Ñ       Ç     O                   (  '  )
  C (=sh), Gutá O (=au)Ñ (nasal)  Ç = rh  O (=au) ( ' )=emphasize (gutá)

2# Review Vowels:

(1) Six Straight Vowels (two types):
a    e    i    o    u    ou 
á    é    í    ó    ú    óu

(2) Four Circular Vowels (four types):
ai   ei   oi   ui
ái   éi   ói   úi 

(3) Five Long Vowels ( three types)
aa   ee   ii   oo   uu
aá   eé   ií   oó   uú
áa   ée   íi   óo   úu

3# Double Letters:
     
(1) T=   ت      Th=  ٹ       Ts= ث
(2) D=   د       Dh=  ڈ       
(3) Ng= نج     Ny= نی

4# The history of "O":
     
At the beginning our vowels were set as follows:
                       a  e  i  au  u  o
 
Therefore the word Boro was written as "Baurau". By doing so we realized that every word becomes very long because due to two letters "au". Moreover, we use "au" in almost every word. The use of "au" vowel is more than all other vowels combined. Therefore, it not only makes the word longer but also it becomes difficult to read the word when we have multiple "au" in the same word. 

So we replaced "au" with "w"  making it one letter vowel instead of two letters. So the word "Boro"  was written as "Bwrw". But again we need w gutá to emphasize and w gutá was not easily available. 

So we Revised the vowel set as below:
a  e  i  o  u  ou

So our "au" finally becomes "o"  and we set "ou" as in the word in "Lou, Bou, Zou" meaning "blood, bridge, soft food".   

5#  Rohingya vowels have only one sound:

(i) In English words, the " " sound also keeps changing such as in words "as, all, ask". Rohingyalish uses the sound in the word "ask". 
(ii) Like wise, the " " sound also keeps changing such as in the words "eye, elephant, easy" but Rohingyalish uses the one in "elephant".
(iii) Similarly, the " i "sound also do the same such as in the words "bi, bit, fine, etc." but Rohingyalish uses the one in "bit".
(iv) In English words "Women, do,  go, for, mother" the sound of "o" keeps changing in each word. Therefore, each word needs to be memorized for each different sound. However, Rohingyalish will only use one single sound for "o" to make the language simplified and easy. Rohingyalish uses the sound that is used in the word "for". 
(v) Similarly, the "u" sound also keeps changing such as in words "but, put, use" but Rohingyalish uses only the one in the word "put"

6#  The vowel " Ou " is used as follow:
Bou=bride
Lou=blood
Zou=liquid rice
Koul=saying
Boul= bowl 
Toul=balance, right mixture
Mou=uncle
Gour=put attention

7# Difference between " Bo " and " Bou" 
The vowel " o " is used extensively and it gives similar to " au " or  " aw " sound extending the sound horizontally.
In the other hand, " Bou " give between horizontal and vertical sound like the word "goal" in English.


8#  Excercise:  Read the following.

(a) Sound variation for vowel sounds and Rohingyalish uses the one highlighted below.
as all ask 
women do go for mother
but put use
eye elephant easy
bit  bit  iron

(b)  All six vowels:
a  e  i  o  u  ou

(c) Angular sound using "ou" vowel.   
Bou Lou Zou Koul Toul Gour Mou Mou

9# Do pronunciation of the following words

Lo  Lou 
Zo  Zou

Lotafata
Moramori
Horahori
Musamusi
Borabori

Tulatuli
Zurazuri
Parabari
Zanazani

Ralutumi
Yorayori
Culamuzi
Weziwazo

Buzénaki
Górefasi
Búzabazi
Janáfani

Cótacóti
QuinnáKúni

10# Circular Form words: Pronunciations

Bai  Lai  Mai  Fai  Tai  Gai  Jai  Kai  Cái  Rái  Yái  Pái  

Rusítulai
Gaila gotú
Tuara mara
Laittá  Maittá

Babá  Máma  Maamá
Maana   Maná   Maána
No  nó  noo  noó  nóo

no   = (9)nine;  
noo = boat
noó = not true
nóo = not completed
Example: No wán noo banaiya nóo hoórde yían noó
                Nine

gaa = body
gaá = sing
gáa = infection
Example: gaat mazé gáa óile yo gana gaár.

Itar loi fúañti zair.

11# Five words that shows how accurately speaking and writing match to each other. Only one word is correct in the following words when you want to say "outside".

(a) Barkule  (wrong-need extending sound as aá)
(b) Bárkule  (wrong - need extending sound aá)
(c) Baarkule (wrong - need extending sound aá)
(d) Báarkule (wrong -need extending sound aá)
(e) Baárkule (this is the one exactly correct)

**** End **** 

Teaching Training - 1

posted Mar 27, 2015, 1:46 PM by Eng Mohammed Siddique Basu   [ updated Apr 5, 2015, 7:42 AM ]

1#. Understanding the 28 letters
  
 A B C Ç D (Dh) E F
 G H  I  J  K L M N
 Ñ O P   Q R S T (Th)
 U V W X Y Z
  
 
 T   ت
 Th   ٹ
 D   د
 Dh   ڈ


The 3 letters:
   C Ç Ñ

   C=sh (ش)
   Ç=rh  (ڑ )
   Ñ=nasal sound ( ں )

   C => Camic, Calic, Nalic, Bac, Nac, Fac, Mac, Bic, Doc, Lockor, Mockari
   Ç => Faça, Naça, Caça, Baça, Luça, Beça, Beçi, Fuçafuçi, Beçabeçi
   Ñ => Fas->Fañs, Siañra, Thiañra, Keñça

                                          Cuñça   Cóñço

2#. Understanding Vowels (Zerzobor)
     
       a    e    i    o   u   ou
       á    é    í    ó   ú   óu

       a= Aram, e= Bese, i=Biri,  o=Boro,  u=Bubu,  ou=Bou

       Alemi Bondúr Bou
       Ou Qurane Korim

       Ba  Be  Bi  Bo  Bu  Bou
       Bá  Bé  Bí  Bó  Bú  Bóu

3#  Understanding Circular Vowels
      (Fakkáraiya Zerzobor oré buzóon)

       Ai   Ei   Oi   Ui

       Ái   Éi   Ói   Úi

       ai          ei         oi         ui
       ái          éi         ói         úi

       Bai       Beil      Boi      Tui
       Bái       Dhéil    Bóin    Súi


4#   Understanding Long Vowels  (3 types)

       (a).    aa        ee          ii         oo          uu
              Gaa     Neel       Biili     Fool      Muu

       (b)    aá         eé         Ií         oó          uú
             Gaá      Keén     Ziín     Boól      Muúntu

        (c)    áa       ée          íi          óo         úu
             Gáa     Éen       Zíi        Sóol     Súura

5#   Gutá Vowel Analysis 
   
 Bura Burá Búra
 (bad) (old) Stained

Bura manúic Burá  óile Búra fore.

 Fara Fará Fára
 Sara    Sará Sára
 ada adá áda
 ara ará ára
 bara bará bára
 gaa gaá gáa
 gula gulá gúla
 noo noó nóo

6#  Combined Vowels
     
(a)  Aijja     Hailla     Zaiyoum     Fainná  Gula  Hái bellá.
(b)  Beil      Teil        Théilar         Bútore Óiye.
(c)  Boi       Tóile      Loi               Aní.
(d)  Mui       tuillat    Uiththí         Kitab    Kúille  Meillé

Example: 

A.  Aññí aijja tuáñre sóbok diyoum.
     Ruáinga Zuban Kengóri Cíki fare buzái bélla. 
     ázinná    8 wáttu  10 cwá baze fán.

B.  Bormát háalot becá bicí hóraf, manúic bicí mari félar,
     Manúic ókkol dec óttu dái zargói, boddac gorí nofarí yóre.

C. Londón ót Ruáinga ókkol bicí aiccé, homot sair cót lóti óibou. 
    Tará beggún é kucíc gorér Bormát cánti aái bélla.

7#  Work Book

  1.  (a) Ibá uggwá kitab. 
      (b) Ibá ki?
      (c) Kitab ibá hoçé faiyó?
      (d) Kitab ibá hodún foijjé?
      (e) Kitab ibá ki rong?
      (f) Ibá ki kitab óilde?

  2. Mas bicí moza, lékin bicí keñça.
      Mas háite bicí dhor lage.
      Golat bazí bóu bóuli.

      Mogor hái zanilé bicí asán.
      Mas sehét ólla bicí bála.

  3. Duniyait dec ókkol becá bicí asé.
      Fottí dec ekku dhoilla.
      
      Hodún dec ót bicí gorom, lékin tel bicí asé.

      Hodún dec ót bicí thándhaá, lékin
      Meçir bútore bicí geés ókkol asé. 

      Hodún dec bicí gorib, lékin 
      Ador muhábbot bicí goré.

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