How to pronounce the plural of thesis

T he hawaiian language consists of 8 consonants and 5 vowels. You will never find 2 consonants together, a vowel always follows a consonant or the vowel stands alone (eg. a lo ha). The 'okina ('), diacritical mark or glottal stop is considered a consonant (eg. ho'olaule'a), note that a vowel follows every consonant. There is also another kind of mark that you will normally see on many Hawaiian words. This is a MACRON or KAHAKO, it is a vowel that has a line over it. Unfortuantely our database is unable to support this type of special font.(see disclaimer ) We understand the importance of these marks and apologize for not being able to use these. The macron is used to show where the vowels are stressed and are somewhat longer than other vowels. (eg. the word 'aina WITHOUT the MACRON over the first "a" would mean: "a meal". 'aina WITH the MACRON over the first "a" would mean: "land".)

How to pronounce the plural of thesis

how to pronounce the plural of thesis

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