Tagbanwa is a syllabic alphabet in which each consonant has an inherent vowel /a/. Other vowels are indicated by a diacritic above (for /i/) or below (for /u/) the consonant.  Vowels at the beginning of syllables are represented by their own, independent characters. Syllables ending in a consonant are written without the final consonant. 
The Tagbanwa people have their own native languages (Aborlan Tagbanwa, Calamian Tagbanwa, and Central Tagbanwa) and writing system, however, they are also proficient in speaking the Palawano language and several other dialects like Tandulanon, Silanganon, and Baras in each locality, while a significant number of them can comprehend Tagalog, Batak, Cuyonon, and Calawian languages.
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Aborlan Tagbanwa language - Wikipedia Aborlan Tagbanwa language Aborlan Tagbanwa is spoken on Palawan Island in the Philippines. It is not mutually intelligible with the other languages of the Tagbanwa people . Contents 1 Phonology 1.1 Consonants 1.2 Vowels 2 Grammar 2.1 Pronouns 3 References Phonology [ edit] Consonants [ edit] Vowels [ edit]
Reading versus writing. The article is confusing. How can the alphabet be written vertically and then read horizontally? As written, it sounds like reading English text by starting with the first word, reading every tenth word after that, then going back to the second word, then reading every tenth word after that, then reading the third word, etc.