Hajong language

Writing system

The Hajong language is written using both the Latin and the Assamese scripts.[7] Although both of these scripts are in use in India, the Hajongs in Bangladesh expect to use the Bengali script since most education is in Bengali medium.[8] Often, for writing Hajong, the Assamese script is used. In each script, there is one added unique symbol for the close, back, unrounded vowel /ɯ/. In Latin script, it is written with “â” or simply a’ or e’. In Eastern Nagari script with “অৗ” when it is syllable final.[9]

Phonology

Consonant phonemes[edit]

Vowel phonemes[edit]

Diphthongs

Grammar

Honorifics

Example short phrases[edit]

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