Manchu Language

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Manchurian phonetics: Written Manchu or Classical Manchu is the language of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) in China. Below is a table of Consonant Phonology of the Manchu language.

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Manchu LanguageManchu OutlineManchurian phonetics: Written Manchu or Classical Manchu is the language of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) in China. Below is a table of Consonant Phonology of the Manchu language.LabialDentalPaltalVelarNasalmn12PlosiveVoicelessvoicedpbtdtd4KFricativefs5xRhoticrApproximantlj7wBelow I have provided a table with some phonetic transcriptions from written Manchu to Xibe to English translation. (Information provided by Phonological and Phonetics in Manchu Vowel systems by B. Elan Dresher and Xin Zhang.) Syntax:Manchu phrases are all head-last. This means that the head-word of a phrase (e.g. thenounof anoun phrase, or theverbof averb phrase) always falls at the end of the phrase. Thus, adjectives and adjectival phrases always precede the noun they modify, and the arg

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