Kogo language

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Kogo, also called Bakoko and Basoo, is a Bantu language. It is spoken in Cameroon. North and South Kogo are as different from each other as they are from Basaa. They might be three dialects of one language.[1]

Writing[change | change source]

Kogo uses the Latin script. Its alphabet is based on the General Alphabet of Cameroon Languages and it has 7 vowels and 20 consonants.[2]

Letters (upper case) A B Ɓ C D E Ɛ F G H I J K L M N Ŋ O Ɔ P S T U V W Y Z
Letters (lower case) a b ɓ c d e ɛ f g h i j k l m n ŋ o ɔ p s t u v w y z
IPA a b ɓ t͡ʃ d e ɛ f ɡ h i d͡ʒ k l m n ŋ o ɔ p s t u v w j z

References[change | change source]

  1. Maho 2009
  2. Njeck and Anderson 2009