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b
At the start of a word, as in English B
Elsewhere in a word, as in English P
Gaelic examples (bata) and (cab)
bh
At the start of a word, as in English V
Elsewhere in a word, as in English V or W
Gaelic Examples (bha) and (abhainn)
c
At the start of a word, as in English C
Elsewhere in a word, as in English CHK
Gaelic examples (cù) and (aca)
ch
As in English - CH

Gaelic Example (loch)
d
At the start of a word, as in English D
Elsewhere in a word, as in English T
Gaelic examples (dubh) and (ad)
dh
Is pronounced as gh; a blurred g sound

Gaelic example (dhà)
f
as in english

Gaelic example (fada)
fh
Usually silent-has no sound

Gaelic example (fhada)
g
At the start of a word, as in english G
Elsewhere in a word, as in english K
Gaelic example (adag)
gh
a blurred version of g/ voiced version of Ch

Gaelic example (ghabh)
h
as in english

Gaelic example (hama)
l
Similar to english "ll" as in pulled

Gaelic example (latha)
m
as in english

Gaelic example (mòr)
mh
as Gaelic bh or V in english

Gaelic example (mhòr)
n
Similar to english kindred

Gaelic example (a-nochd)
p
At the start of a word, as in english
elsewhere in a word preceded by h sound
Gaelic example (pàigh)
ph
as in english Pheasant

Gaelic example (phàigh)
r
as in english

Gaelic example (rùm)
s
as in english

Gaelic example (sona)
sh
as in english h -Hat

Gaelic example (shona)
t
At the start of a word, as in english true; elsewhere in a word preceded by an h sound

Gaelic examples (trì); (cat)
th
as in english hat

Gaelic example (tha)