per page, with , order by , clip by
Results of 1 - 10 of about 447 for [SIMILAR] 16 1024 4096 WITH 29633 boundaries WIT... (0.790 sec.)
Context and word boundaries 10000
Note 3: Context and word boundaries In these cases context extends over words boundaries: In " a que Deus deu " ("which God gave") both occurrences of phonemes /d/ are realised as the [D] allophone, because of the e and the s in the preceding word. Likewise, in "asas inúteis" (useless wi ... - [detail] - [similar]
The pronunciation of the Portuguese of Portugal - Notes 4966
The pronunciation of the Portuguese of Portugal List of notes Note 1 : Context symbols Note 2 : Phonemic and phonetic symbols Note 3 : Context and word boundaries Item 1 Item 2 Item 3 Note 5 : Choice of phonemes and allophones Item 1 Item 2 Note 6 : Uvular and lingual "double" r Note 6a: ... - [detail] - [similar]
Context symbols 4094
Note 1: Context symbols To define the context (preceding and following letters) in which written letters appear, the following symbols are used in these documents: B Beginning of word F End of word V Vowel C Any consonant or consonant cluster NMNH One of the consonants written n, m, or n ... - [detail] - [similar]
A rashnalized spelling sistim for dhe Ingglish langwij 3357
A rashnalized spelling sistim for dhe Ingglish langwij A rationalised spelling system for the English language Last updated January 27th, 1997, and again September 13, 2002 Introduction It is an often illustrated fact that the spelling of the English language is inconsistent, and I won't ... - [detail] - [similar]
Choice of phonemes and allophones 3014
Note 5: Choice of phonemes and allophones Sounds written s and z I consider the sound written s in words like fazes to be an allophone of the phoneme /s/ , although in Portugal it nearly always sounds the same or practically the same as phoneme /S/ . By considering this [S] as a fully pr ... - [detail] - [similar]
The pronunciation of the Portuguese of Portugal 2886
Os sons da Língua portuguesa The pronunciation of the Portuguese of Portugal Introduction This is a detailed description of the pronunciation of the Portuguese language as spoken in Portugal, and how it corresponds to the written language. Many original sound samples illustrate the uniqu ... - [detail] - [similar]
History of exceptions 2587
Note 24: History of exceptions The first vowel in ganhar © is an open vowel, although it is in an unstressed syllable and before nh. Both are normally enough reason for a /3/ sound (as if written â, but unaccented), but not in this particular word. Perhaps the background of this strange ... - [detail] - [similar]
Uvular and lingual 'double' r 2532
Note 6: Uvular and lingual ‘double' r The terms double and single refer to the fact that the ‘double' phoneme is sometimes written rr and the single phoneme is always written r. They are not phonetic or even linguistic terms. The /R\/ is most often a uvular flap or roll, but a lingual ro ... - [detail] - [similar]
Symbol 3 or 6 for open schwa? 2408
Note 11: Symbol 3 or 6 for open schwa? For the first vowel in catedral © I chose to use the symbol /3/ . The real IPA symbol for this is a turned Greek epsilon, Unicode symbol hexadecimal 025C. It denotes a lower-mid central unrounded vowel. Other sources, such as XSAMPA and Teach Yourse ... - [detail] - [similar]
Word-initial es 2406
Note 20: Word-initial es Written e s before a consonant occurs at the beginning of a very large number of Portuguese words. A quick look into any dictionary will reveal that. The phoneme /s/ , being before another consonant, gets the allophonic realisation [S] here, as is normal in the c ... - [detail] - [similar]
PREV 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 NEXT
Powered by Hyper Estraier 1.4.13, with 1755 documents and 81804 words.