WikiLang/Jeju Phonology

Jeju Phonology

Consonants: Voiced bilabial stop (/b/), tensed voiced bilabial stop (/p͈/), voiced alveolar stop (/d/), tensed voiced alveolar stop (/t./), voiceless alveolar stop (/t/), voiceless alveolar sibilant (/s/), tensed voiceless alveolar sibilant (/s./), palatal approximant (/j/), tensed palatal approximant (/j./), voiceless alveolar affricate (/t͡s/), voiced velar stop (/g/), tensed voiced velar stop (/g./), voiceless velar stop (/k/), voiceless glottal fricative (/h/), bilabial nasal (/m/), alveolar nasal (/n/), velar nasal (/ŋ/), alveolar lateral approximant (/l/), labio-velar approximant (/w/), velar approximant (/պ/)

Vowels: Close front unrounded vowel (/i/), close-mid front unrounded vowel (/e/), open-mid front unrounded vowel (/ɛ/), open-mid close back unrounded vowel (/ա/), open-mid back unrounded vowel (/ʌ/), open central unrounded vowel (/a/), close back rounded vowel (/u/), mid back rounded vowel (/o/), near-open central vowel (/ɐ/), close front rounded vowel (/y/)

Tenses exist in Jeju, but only serve to express the speaker's mood or differentiate between clauses and sentences.