Written by Rusiko Amirejibi.
The Georgian language uses the Georgian alphabet. It is phonetic: each letter represents one sound. In Georgian, accent doesn't have semantic importance. The accent is weak. The Georgian language has 28 consonants and 5 vowels. There are no capital and small letters. Short and long vowels are not distinguished. There are no diphtongs and each vowel is individually pronounced. The difference between voiced and voiceless consonants are important.