Minto (Lower Tanana Athabascan) Consonants and Vowels
To get further into this writing system, let us now sort the vowel and consonant symbols into three groups. The first is the group of symbols that are read almost exactly as we do in English. All these sounds happen to be consonants. These examples use particular words because English spelling is inconsistent.
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