The Malay alphabet has a phonemic orthography; words are spelled the way they are pronounced, with few exceptions like the distinctions between /ə/ and /e/ where it is both written as E/e. The letters F, Q, V, X and Z are not used in spelling native Malay/Indonesian words.
Malay orthography - Wikiwand The modern Malay or Indonesian alphabet , consists of the 26 letters of the ISO basic Latin alphabet. It is the more common of the two alphabets used today to write the Malay language, the other being Jawi .
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Malay is an Austronesian language predominantly spoken by Malay people in northeastern of Sumatra to the Riau Islands and its surroundings; which includes Singapore and Malay Peninsula, as well as the western and northernmost coast of Borneo (especially in Pontianak and Brunei ). Writing system [ change | change source]
Independientemente de la pronunciación, sin embargo, las letras representan la misma ortografía en todos los países de habla malaya . El alfabeto malayo tiene una ortografía fonémica ; las palabras se escriben de la forma en que se pronuncian, con pocas excepciones, como las distinciones entre / ə / y / e /, donde ambas se escriben como Ee.
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