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phonetic

 [fo-net´ik]
pertaining to the voice or to articulate sounds.

pho·net·ic

(fō-net'ik),
Relating to speech or to the voice.
See also: phonic.
[G. phōnētikos]

pho·net·ic

(fŏ-net'ik)
Relating to speech or to the voice.
See also: phonic
[G. phōnētikos]
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When choosing between the morphological and phonetical principle in the combinations of voiced and silent consonants (consonant pairs g ~ k, b ~ p, d ~ t, z ~ s, z ~ s), starting from the second reader of the Academic Mother Tongue Society (LL 1922), there has been a clear preference for the morphological principle.
Specifically, he argued that the vocal (phonetical) value of the word is S-I-Z-E-R-S, and there are 17, 36, 17, 33, 10 and 17 ways to spell these six sounds in English.
They were a very phonetical crowd, a very good crowd," he said.
Encouraging basic conversation from the very first lesson, After School Chinese Level 1 consists of eight lessons total, each of which features a dialogue between students and their teacher, a breakdown of key words an phrases with the English phonetical spelling in pinyin, the English translation, and the verbal pronunciation, and then a re-showing of the original dialogue without the phonetical spelling, and a repeat practice session.
(23) Gadamer holds similar views with respect to language generally; either the phonetical aspects of an utterance and the way in which it is made, or what it is intended to convey, may be focused on.
It contains an interesting article on the phonetical mistakes (with an emphasis on Indonesian pronunciation) when learning the Qur'an by Ahmed Suyuti Ansari Nasution.
cers from they flat table tops--these dead escouales--and they start talkin about me all at one in they Catalan Catalan as if they point- in phonetical accusations or prophecies w/they multiple feeders > tho in fact they had not even look up/but went on huddle & brim over the pink plains of the mesas w/out speakin
In this case he may have intended to avoid the ugly equivalents of the English phonetical transcription Dwarawaddy, Thudamawaddy and Hanthawaddy.