विकिपीडिया:IPA for Albanian
See Albanian language for a more thorough look at the sounds of Albanian.
- The palatal stops /c/ and /ɟ/ occur in English as allophones of /k/ and /ɡ/ before front vowels. Palatal stops are phonemic in many languages including Hungarian and Icelandic.
- The palatal nasal /ɲ/ corresponds to the Spanish ñ and the French and Italian gn. It is pronounced as one sound, not a nasal plus a glide.
- The ll sound is a velarised lateral, close to English dark L.
- The contrast between flapped r and trilled rr is the same as in Spanish. English does not have either of the two sounds phonemically. The tt in butter is a flapped r for most North Americans and Australians.
- The letter ç is sometimes written ch due to technical limitations because of its use in English sound and its analogy to the other digraphs xh, sh, and zh. Usually it is written simply c or more rarely q with context resolving any ambiguities.
|IPA||Description||Written as||Pronounced as in|
|i||Close front unrounded vowel||i||sसाँचा:Bold dark redd|
|ɛ||Open-mid front unrounded vowel||e||bसाँचा:Bold dark redd|
|a||Open front unrounded vowel||a||fसाँचा:Bold dark redther, Spanish cसाँचा:Bold dark redsa|
|ə||Schwa||ë||साँचा:Bold dark redbout|
|ɔ||Open-mid back rounded vowel||o||lसाँचा:Bold dark red, tसाँचा:Bold dark redss|
|y||Close front rounded vowel||y||French tसाँचा:Bold dark red, German साँचा:Bold dark redber|
|u||Close back rounded vowel||u||bसाँचा:Bold dark redt|