Please use this when trying to translate normal speech into Bugbunch syllables write each syllable as a separate word
[-] is used for repeating letters (Motte becomes [mo - te], Illume becomes [i - lu me])
[/] is used for h and some silent characters and is always put BEFORE the next best syllable (House becomes [/ o u se], who becomes [/ wo])
[sk] is used for clicks and hard sounds and when dealing with harsher single letters as well as sounds similar to (nd) (k) (pr) (recluse becomes [re sk lu se], active becomes [a sk ti ve])
[th] is used for soft sounds and when dealing with softer single letters as well as sounds similar to (st) (f) (n) (stone becomes [th o ne], friend becomes [th ri e sk] )
[.] is used to sometimes remove the vowel and keep the consonant in cases where harsh and soft cannot be determined. It relies less on phonetics and works off of the principle of removing Proper form would be to use a-vowel forms when removing vowel for consistency's sake though any of them work. This is also the easier method since [th] and [sk] rely on phonetics (heart becomes [he a ra . ta .], introduction becomes i na . ta . ro du sk ti o na .)
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