Quechua is a group of closely related Andean languages spoken in Peru, Ecuador, Columbia, and Bolivia. The number of speakers totals more than 7 million.
Quechua contrasts uvular and velar stops, and palatoalveolar affricates. Each of these may occur in three varieties: voiceless unaspirated, voiceless aspirated, and ejective:
These consonants are exemplified at the beginning of the following Quechua words. Please transcribe each of the words below.