Nasals in presyllable peak or coda position assimilate in place to following consonants.
A narrowly phonetic analysis is used here; a deeper analysis would assign the mid-creaky and low series +RTR.
Open presyllables can take the vowels /i a u/. Closed presyllables have no vowel contrast, and only take schwa.
Consonant clusters in native words are /kl kr pl pr tr/.
Glottalized sonorants only appear word-finally.