|Region||northern Oaxaca, Veracruz|
[k]*, [g], [p], [b], [t], [d]
* [x] occurs as an allophone of [k].
[s], [z], [ʃ], [ʒ]
[d͡z], [d͡ʒ], [t͡s], [t͡ʃ]
[m], [n], [l], [r]*+
* [r] has the voiceless allophone [ṛ] when in a nasal segment, e.g rná1baˀ2, [ṛnábaˀ] (I ask)
+ The pronunciation of [r] is variable, sometimes pronounced as apico-alveolar and with one to several flaps, with one being the most common.
The glottal stop (as [ˀ]), [j], [w] and [ŋ] are also seen to occur in Choapam Zapotec.
[i], [e], [ɛ], [o], [u], [a]
The vowels [i], [u], [a], [e] and [ɛ] are nasalised when followed by 'n' at the end of a word.
Choapam Zapotec has three pitches, or tones, which are high, mid, and low, indicated respectively by  (superscript 3),  (superscript 2), and  (superscript 1), written after each syllable.
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