1. All 'i's in a word will be translated to 'u'. (unless effected by another rule) (see #4)
2. No two letters or vowels can be side by side, instead,
they are replaced by the first of the two.
3. All words ending with a vowel must have a 'g' after it.
4. All vowels before the last vowel (If there is only one vowel in a word, neglect this rule and see #1) will be replaced with 'y' if the letter being replaced is an ('a', 'i', 'u') or a 'i' if the letter being replaced is an ('e', 'o').
5. Do not use punctuation.
6. Vowels that are repeated with a consonant in the middle (eso in 'awesome') the first of the 2 vowels is replaced with a 'e' if the consonant is a 'soft' sound, or 'a' if the consonant is a 'hard' sound. In the case of a 'th', or 'oi' between two vowels, the 'th' is replaced with u.
7. 'y' does not count as a vowel in any situation.
8. The correct pronunciation of 'y' depends on the letter in front of it. If the letter in front of it is a 'hard' sound, the y is pronounced as a 'i' ('i' in pie). If the letter in front of it is 'soft' it is pronounced 'e' ('e' in easy).
9. All 'x's must be replaced by an 'o'.