Oelian, (Oelian: Oelia'ani), is a island language, (Oelian: Lequl isla'andei), spoken by around 200~450 people in the world. Cuthbert Ule'a is a top speaker of Oelian. The grammar is: S V O, Subject Verb Object, like English.
The Oelian alphabet is as follows:
a á b c d dh dj e f g gh h i j k l m n o p q r s sj t th tj u ú v w (x y z) and 'ejighil, a letter resembling a apostrophe.
The letters x, y, and z are only used in loanwords, such as zu, "zoo", and xylofonio, "xylophone."
The IPA phonetic symbols are:
Vowels: ɑ ɐ ɛ e eː ɪ i ɔ o ɔ̃ u ʊ ɤ
Consonants: b t͡s d ð d͡ʒ ɸ g x ɣ ħ j k l ɭ m n p ŋ ɾ ʁ s ʂ t ʈ θ t͡ʃ β w (z) ʔ
Oelian has these prounouns: ai, (I, me), tesj, (You(formal)), t'i, (You(informal)), and veu, (we.)
E'lesj, (Thank you(formal))
E'let, (Thank you(informal))
O'w fre tesj? (How are you?(formal))
O'w fre t'i? (How are you?(informal))