Welcome to Liujgoj Romanization.
"Liujgoj Romanization" is a Romanization scheme for Cantonese.
It has several characteristics:

1, It takes words as the writing unit,
2, words are separated by spaces.
3, It uses the same punctuation symbols and rules as English.



For example:
Yvthyvq haih yatj zungr yaujmeiq ge yvqyinx. (Cantonese is a beautiful language.)



From the perspective of pronunciation, Cantonese words are composed of one or more syllables. A syllable consists of three parts: initial, final and tone. The final is composed of the main final and the end final. This scheme determines the spelling rules for Cantonese syllables. 1. Alphabet A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
2. Initials Cantonese has 19 initials, which are: 1. The initial "p" corresponds to the international phonetic alphabet [pʰ]; 2. The initial "t" corresponds to the international phonetic alphabet [tʰ]; 3. The initial "k" corresponds to the international phonetic alphabet [kʰ]; 4. The initial "b" corresponds to the international phonetic alphabet [p]; 5. The initial "d" corresponds to the international phonetic alphabet [t]; 6. The initial "g" corresponds to the international phonetic alphabet [k]; 7. The initial "f" corresponds to the international phonetic alphabet [f]; 8. The initial "s" corresponds to the international phonetic alphabet [s]; 9. The initial "m" corresponds to the international phonetic alphabet [m]; 10. The initial "n" corresponds to the international phonetic alphabet [n]; 11. The initial "ng" corresponds to the international phonetic alphabet [ŋ]; 12. The initial "h" corresponds to the international phonetic alphabet [h]; 13. The initial "l" corresponds to the international phonetic alphabet [l]; 14. The initial "y" corresponds to the international phonetic alphabet [j]; 15. The initial "w" corresponds to the international phonetic alphabet [w]; 16. The initial "kw" corresponds to the international phonetic alphabet [kʰʷ]; 17. The initial "gw" corresponds to the international phonetic alphabet [kʷ]; 18. The initial "c" corresponds to the international phonetic alphabet [tʰs]; 19. The initial "z" corresponds to the international phonetic alphabet [ts]. In addition, there is the case without initials. Therefore, Cantonese has 19 initials plus the case without initials, totaling 20 variations.