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This version will, therefore, not include any Japanese text. The muscles of the throat, tongue, and palet should remain fairly relaxed when pronouncing it. At the beginning of a word or phrase, this is actually a "t" sound, without the aspiration (that "h" puff of air that comes out when an English speaker says a "t").

NOTE: Also, I'll call the Kansai leader "Gohda" so as not to confuse him with the cheese Gouda, although I will usually romanise long "o" sounds with an "o" "u". In the middle of a word, it's a voiced "k" just like in English. The muscles of the throat, tongue, and palet should remain fairly relaxed when pronouncing it.

/ Walkthrough by Patrick Coffman ([email protected]) Version 1.0--need to rewrite Story Walkthrough because it was written from mem- ory, but the "Quick Story Walkthrough" section is accurate. As with most languages, the only way to know how to accent words correctly is to hear someone say it properly.

--3/1/07 NOTE: This FAQ is based upon the Japanese version of the game and the trans- lations are the author's. Hanja (the Korean name for Chinese characters from the Han dynasty, called "kanji" in Japanese) are rarely used, so it's much easier for Westerners to learn Korean script than Japanes.

" Vowels are read each after the other (without the gutteral break in "uh-oh! This makes pseudo-diphthongs as such: "ai" = "ah ee." Sounds similar to "eye." "au" = "ah ooh." Sounds similar to "ow" as in "cow." "ae" = "ah eh." No equivalent. It doesn't mean there's some weird other sound (such as the difference between long and short vowels in English).

"u" = "oo" as in "loop." Just like "i," after voiceless consonants the "u" sound seems to vanish, but just gets quite muted and becomes almost voiceless. It's kind of between there and the "e" in "bet." "o" = "oh" as in "oh, man! This means you say the vowel twice (again without a break); making it last longer.

The reason for "oo" to show up is because of the way the word would be written in Japanese script, usually using the word "big" ("ookii" or "ooi" [rare, but used as a prefix often].) In other words, it's not "GOW-key." It's not "GOO-key." It's "GO-key." (the "Street Fighter" character Gouki, that is.) Consonants can be lengthened, too.

= "ch" as in "chopper." Again, not seriously aspirated, this appears only before the "i" and "y" sounds.

"t" = "t" as in "top." Actually, this "t" is not heavily aspirated, so it may sometimes sound like a "k" or a "d" to some English speakers.

For example, "Ma'ou" should be pronounced "ma oh (long)"--tho' I'll probably forget the apostrophe sometimes in this instance.

This will probably only occur with "n" sounds in the middle of words (that's the nasal, solitary "n" that is its own syllable) and long vowel patterns.

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To many, it sounds like it vanishes, but it doesn't completely.