|the sound j as in "jay"
|| the sound ti as in "nation"
|the sound ch as in "each"
|| the sound dg as in "edge"
|the sound tch as in "hatch"
|| the sound s as in "Asia"
|the sound sh as in "shoe"
|| the sound ss as in "issue"
|the sound g as in "age"
|| the sound c as in "ciao"
These are all similar sounds. The sound j is voiced (you use both
your voice box and your mouth to say j),
whereas the sound sh is unvoiced (you do not use your voice box.)
To learn that these sounds make 6 you might think
of the script letter j, with the closed lower loop, as resembling
a backward 6.
(The pseudonumeral J is actually pronounced "ij", and written
J or iJ.)
To learn any of the other pseudonumerals, click on them
or go back to the page on pseudospelling.
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