The Simplicity of Sangadarish

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Have you ever had trouble trying to pronounce a word? With all the different sounds that single letters can represent, proper pronunciation can be very tricky.

In modern American English A’s, O’s, U’s & Y’s have three sounds, while C’s, E’s, G’s & I’s have two each. Even without silent letters or exceptions of sound, and multi letter phonographs like ‘ough’, American English ┬ápronunciation can be quite cumbersome.

Sangadarish is different. Each character in Sangadarish stands for one sound. No more guessing which sound to use! Simply sound out words with ease.

For example, instead of one letter equal to our A there are three. One for each of A’s sounds. Ada is equal to A’s first sound, like in apple. Aka is equal to A’s second sound, like in ace. Aba is equal to A’s third sound, like in audition.

Some would argue that having more letters means more to remember. Actually having fewer letters with multiple sounds is just about the same amount of information to remember. The difference is the arrangement of the information.

Saying either American English or Sangadarish is better than the other would be to compare every aspect of each one. But as far as pronunciation goes, Sangadarish is the simpler.

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  1. C Wolf

    Phonics is a pronunciation guide of mainly vowles because most consonants have a single sound and not their names.

    But vowles may change their pronunciations. The name of vowels are called long-sounds. The phonetic sounds are labeled short-sounds.

    The A has the most variations. Try saying the alphabet phonetically instead of by names.

  2. GrossVati

    One can google Sangadarish and find C.A.Peetz.
    German an Spanish also exalt their languages with having only one sound for vowles.

    • C. A. Peetz

      That’s neat. I didn’t know that German had single sounds for each of their vowels.