Meera wrote:Thanks soo much for your lessons, if you would like to open a new thread you can but i think either way is good
Massimiliano B wrote:Here you can type the Sinhala language and also many other languages!
I can read the letters when I type them in that site, but not when I copy them here on Unilang
අ = a (as in 'father').
ආ = aa (long a).
ඇ = æ (as in English 'hat').
ඈ = ææ (that is a long æ)
ඉ = i (as in 'see' but shorter)
ඊ = ii (long i)
උ = u ( as in 'too')
ඌ = uu (long u)
These letters appear only alone. When they are added to a consonant, they have a different form
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