There are diacritic marks used in Cambodian writing. Symbols in written Cambodian are usually placed above a consonants.1.  Diacritic                 [bɔn-dtɔk]          is placed  above final consonants and affects the vowel sound of a word in several ways.if plased above final consonant in word with an initial   /oo/  series (A-series} consonant, the  [bɔn-dtɔk] changes the long vowel sound to a shot vowel sound.-  if  plased  above        a  final  consonant  in  a  word  starting  with  an  /ɔɔ/   (O-series)   series consonant, the vowel sound can be affected in one of three ways. a) when there is no vowel in the word, consonant own vowel sound is simply changed from a long vowel sound to a short vowel sound;b)  plased above a final         in a word starting with an /ɔɔ/  series consonant and followed by a              [sra-aa], the vowel sound changes from [aa] to [ea];c)  plased above any other final consonant in a word starting with an /ɔɔ/  series consonant and followed by a              [sra-aa]. the vowel sound changes to [oa].2.  Diacritic                               [muusekatoan] or                                    [tmɨɲ kɑndol, tmɨɲ kɑndao]  “rat;s teeth”   has several functions:to convert the six consonant symbols /ɔɔ/   series                                                   which have no counterparts in a  /oo/  series;- if plased above         consonant, the sound of the consonant changes from /b/ to /bp/ or /boo/ to /poo/;When combined with the six vowel symbols                                     the form         is replased by the form written below the consonant as an
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