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Italian Pronunciation - Italian Phonetics - Italian Alphabet
Annotated links to Italian language pronunciation content on the Italian Language GuideSite and on the Internet.
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Phonetics - Definition and Observations - Grammar & Composition
Phonetics is the branch of linguistics that deals with the sounds of speech and their production, combination, description, and representation by written symbols.
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voice (phonetics) - definition and examples of voice in phonetics
In phonetics, the speech sounds produced by the vocal cords. Voice quality refers to the characteristic features of an individual's voice. Voice range (or vocal  ...
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Stop Consonant - Definition and Examples of Stops in Phonetics
In phonetics, a sound made by completely blocking the flow of air and then releasing it.
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Free Variation (Phonetics) - Definition and Examples
In phonetics and phonology, an alternative pronunciation of a word (or of a ... ( Elizabeth C. Zsiga, The Sounds of Language: An Introduction to Phonetics and ...
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Assimilation (English Grammar): Definition and Examples
A general term in phonetics for the process by which a speech sound becomes similar or identical to a neighboring sound. In the opposite process, dissimilation,  ...
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Metathesis Definition (Phonetics and Phonology)
Definition and examples of metathesis in phonetics and phonology.
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dissimilation - definition and examples of dissimilation in phonetics
A general term in phonetics for the process by which two neighboring sounds become less alike.
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Minimal Pairs - Definition and Examples in English Phonetics
In phonetics, a minimal pair is two words that differ in only one sound (a phoneme).
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A Reference and Introduction to Phonetic Symbols
Following the chart is an example of a text that has been transcribed in to phonetics. Notice how the text, as it would be spoken, differs from how each word might ...
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