As this is an Eastern Catalan dialect, schwa is used in substitution of unstressed /a/ and /e/, and [u] substitutes unstressed /o/. It is also the Catalan dialect with the fewest stressed vowels, only five: /i e a o u/.
There are some instances of historic stressed /o/ that has change to /u/ (e.g. canigó > canigú).
As in Balearic dialects, final as are not pronounced in those words ending with ia and containing the stress before the penultimate syllable.
There is a large body of words imported from French and Occitan and some grammatical forms such as using the modifier pas, but not the no adverb, in negative sentences, the same as the Occitan language (pas is used in other Catalan dialects for emphasising purposes but always with the no particle).