Wu Chanuese Translator

Based on Cantonese

Wu Chanuese is the oldest of the Chanese languages, the most recent being Kaiyatuese, a much different and more unique dialect.
Wu Chanuese uses an SOV sentence structure (i.e. "the boy eats the bread" would literally translate to "boy bread eats"; nam hài mīn páo heng")
Diacritics/tones (here's a video to give additional help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SqI3BCMIhJc):
ā, ē, ī, ō, ū/a, e, i, o, u = normal letters (no special pronunciation)
á, é, í, ó, ú = rising pitch (sounds like you're asking a question)
ǎ, ě, ǐ, ǒ, ǔ = rising and falling pitch (starts of falling, ends with rising)
à, è, ì, ò, ù = falling pitch
ü, ǖ = my own, sounds like the "ooh" in "would"
ǘ = rising ü, ǖ
ǚ = rising and falling ü, ǖ
ǜ = falling ü, ǖ
Note that Wu Chanuese names are read with the surname first, then the first name.
If my name was Wu Chanuese, it would be Shǘ He-Meí Nèng.

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