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pho·ne·mic

(fō-nē'mik),
Pertaining to or having the characteristics of a phoneme.
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The normal criteria adopted for hearing evaluation were: hearing thresholds up to 20 dB according to Davis and Silverman [9] and percentage of correct answers between 88 and 100% of phonemically balanced monosyllabic words [10].
phonemically contrastive in English but allophonic in Spanish, to be more perceptually distinct than the Spanish speakers did.
Today, in spite of a range of terms that people themselves hold is of Mota origin, there is no concept in Sia Raga that resembles mana phonemically (Taylor 2008).
Diphthongs typically behave like long vowels in languages with phonemically short and long vowels.
Particularly, active student involvement and extended practice opportunities with phonemically decodable texts were found to be beneficial to students with lower entering reading abilities at the 1st-grade level (Foorman, Francis, Fletcher, Schatschneider, & Mehta, 1998; Juel & Minden-Cupp, 2000).
These diphthongs exist phonemically and are found typically in root words.
Excluding all the possible instances of reduplication caused by West Germanic gemination, and those which are mere clusters of two originally separate consonants, Foley (1903) gives a list of 98 words with <CC> digraphs representing phonemically single consonants.
I suspect that the final -r was present phonemically in most of the original words, but that it may not always have been heard as such by the investigators.
In his book, Language in Literature (1987), Jakobson identifies the hallmark of prosody as the correspondence of same sounds for a musical purpose: "Paronomasia, a semantic confrontation of phonemically similar words irrespective of any etymological connection.
As has been noted, by ourselves and others, Ulimaroa cannot be phonemically correct, since no Polynesian language (with the exception of a handful of outliers in Melanesia whose phonology has been enriched by borrowing) has more than one liquid (i.
Results support the Goswami & Bryant (1992) theory of reading in which children acquire rhyme and alliteration skills prior to reading acquisition, at which point they learn to analyze words phonemically.
A section of the Book Review is dedicated to the activities related to the Pakistan's first National Book Day which was phonemically participated by a large number of book lovers, students, teachers, members of the civil society and general public.