“i” Finals (Part 2)

Initials are bold / Finals are underlined / Suggested English words are highlighted – sometimes, two words are used with a dot ( · ) in-between, to be read as one / Italic characters are meant to be silent

Interesting note: ie, in, ing, iong, iu sounds like ye, yin, ying, yong, you repectively.

(Work-in-progress)
ieyeinyiningyingiongyongiuyou
a
bbiebee·yeahbinbeenbingbingo
cqieqinqingqiongqiu
ch
ddiedee·yeahdingdingdiudew
e
f
g
h
jjieodds·yeahjinodds·innjingodds·yenjiongodds·yawningjiuodds·yoga
k
llielee·yeahlinleenlinglingerliuleo
mmieme·yeahminmeanmingminglemiumew
nnieknee·yeahninninjaningtoningniunew
o
ppiepee·yeahpingtopping
qqieits·yeahqinits·innqingits·ingqiongits·yawningqiuits·yoga
r
sxiexinxingxiongxiu
sh
ttietea·yeahtingtingle
w
xxiesee·yeahxinseenxingsingxiongsee·yawningxiusee·yoga
yiyininniyingEngland
zjiejinjingjiongjiu
zh

To be continued…