My translator turns English Letters to other English Letters to make a language. (Except Names)
For example, g=k in my language. All vowels except u are regular.
The letter U=sh in my language. Here is one grammar rule. If sh has a consonant before it, you put it in the letter I in front of the consonant and before the sh.
For example, kallsh. It means happy in my language. K=H A=A LL=PP Sh=Y.
It turns into kallish. (kah-leesh) it is because you have to put the letter I after the consonant,before the sh.