I created a way of writing Swiss German that makes pronounciation easy for english natives.
a = a path, e = a play, i = an eagle, o = a boat, u = soup, ø = lord, the nasal o, ä = adam, ü = Über.., ö = french le, õ = bird, sch = shy, f = father, k = kain, ch like in Chuchichäschtli. A dot means two words got put together to form the verb like when a verb is following a prefix. And it seperates two equal letters that are spoken seperately. Also youtube bebihh kuzz to hear me speak Swiss German.
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