grapheme


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grapheme

(grăf′ēm)
1. A letter of an alphabet.
2. The smallest element in a writing system.
3. A written symbol or group of symbols used to represent a single sound.
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Multiple representations: phonemes which can be represented by several graphemes or vice-versa ex: /s/--s, c, ss, sc, xc, c--/k/, /s/
If an item contained more than one grapheme, all of the graphemes were written in the order specified in the respective cell for that item to be marked as correct.
Ruoff, Tunable electrical conductivity of individual grapheme oxide sheets reduced at low" temperatures.
In Arabic script, letters can share the same basic grapheme distinguished only by the presence, position and number of dots {e.
Interaction of grapheme sheets in a specific arrengment, makes controlling light at the nanoscale to be more effective.
Neither Sanskrit nor Old Javanese knows a phonemic distinction between /v/ and /w/; neither in ancient India nor in ancient Indonesia does Indic script know more than a single corresponding grapheme, namely the twenty-ninth consonantal aksara of the Indic syllabary.
This shows thai monolayer grapheme nanosheets are much more effective in improving Tt of an epoxy system because they can more effectively restrict chain segmental mobility and reduce free volume.
Le nom, qui designe l'ethnie du personnage, par contre, est adapte suivant les regles de correspondance graphique entre phoneme et grapheme de l'italien standard.
However, Ziegler and Goswami (2005) in their psycholinguistic grain size theory proposed at least three factors that seem to be crucial to explain the differences between languages: the Grapheme Phoneme Conection GPC relation, the size of the orthographic and phonological representation, and the teaching methods (Ziegler & Goswami, 2005).