General:
Introduction
Learning tips
How to do a Lession

Lessons:
Lesson 1
Lesson 2
Lesson 3
Lesson 4
Revision 1
Lesson 5
Lesson 6
Lesson 7
Lesson 8
Revision 2
Lesson 9
Lesson 10
Lesson 11
Lesson 12
Revision 3

Tools:
Alphabet
Dictionary
Grammar
Culture

Nawat language program

Nawat alphabet and pronounciation guide
LetraEjemploEspañolNota
aapanriver
bUsed in very few words
cciwato doPronounced like "ch" as in "church"
dUsed in very few words
eelutcorn cob
htahzinMrPronounced with aspiration
iistakwhite
kkiayesPronounced like the "k" in "kilo". Between vowels and at the start of a word, it is pronounced as a "g"
llalaorange
mmistuncat
nnanmother
onoyagrandmotherExists in only a few words (it is a variant of "u")
ppadiuxthanks
qqato eatPronounced "kwa" or "qu" in "quality"
sseone
ttesuno
uuhtiroad
wwanandPronounced like the "w" in "water"
xxupanwinterPronounced like "sh" in "shell"
yyeythreePronounced like "y" in "yes"
zzakatgrassPronounced like "ts" in "tsar"

En nawat, el acento cae en la penúltima sílaba.