The Njaama Babel Text

Below, you'll discover an image file containing the Babel Text in Njaama. The script is read from left to right, just like Arabic in a mirror. Punctuation generally comes at the end (and you should read "generally" as "obligatorily"). Each word begins with a tone character, which indicates whether the tone is high, low, high-low, or low-high (if it's either of the last two, they'll be a raised dot to let you know where the tone switches). For more detailed information, go to the Njaama orthography page. If you want to figure out the text, then click here to go to's Babel Text section, where the Njaama Babel Text can be found.

Image of the Njaama Babel Text.

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