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PUNJABI LESSON 2 (Gurmukhi Vowels and Their Forms)

In this video I want to demonstrate the usage of independent and dependent vowels. These are the two vowel forms of Punjabi language. The independent (or full) form is used when the vowel is written alone or join with the other vowels within the word. The dependent vowel form can be also called "the vowel signs". They would look like small dots, half-circles and lines, more like accent signs. These are actually the vowels a,aa, i, ee, u, oo, e, ai etc.The voice is by a native speaker (my mother-in-law).For the text version of these lessons please go to:www.crazypunjabi.blogspot.in
Length: 01:30

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