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The Atayal language is spoken by the Atayal people of Taiwan. Squliq and C’uli’ (or Ts’ole’, which includes the well-documented Mayrinax) are two major dialects.
There is an Atayal-English dictionary by Søren Egerod, and certain grammar books of Atayatal (see References). In 2002, a Bible text was published. Atayal is written in the Latin alphabet.
The Atayal language is most commonly written in the Roman alphabet. There is one digraph, ng, representing the velar nasal /ŋ/, and an apostrophe (') is used to represent the glottal stop.
The schwa /ə/ is normally omitted, often resulting in long strings consonants (e.g. pspngun /pəsəpəŋun/). With the exception of ng, when there are two consonants in a row, including the semivowels y and w, the existence of a schwa between them is implied.
The pronunciations of certain letters differ from their IPA pronunciations. The letter b represents [β], c is [ts], g is [ɣ], y is [j], and z is [ʒ]. On the other hand, q represents the uvular stop [q] and x represents the velar fricative [x].
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