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Praneeth 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

Do we have any English dictionary that shows precisely both letters and diacritics?

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Siddharth replied | 07/08/2016

Please download Dictionary ....Merriam Webster.

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Kalyani 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

Sag' and 'slant': Is the vowel /æ/ the same in both words?

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S. D. Sundaram replied | 19/07/2016

In slant ae is nasal and shorter than in sag.

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Ritesh 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

Can you hear the difference between 'Writer' and 'Rider'? Why?

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Tanusree replied | 20/07/2016

They sound almost similar as they fall under the category of HOMOPHONES. A homophone is a word that is pronounced the same as another word but differs in meaning, and may differ in spelling.

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Schoolpage replied | 22/07/2016

Writer sounds with "T" and Rider sounds with "D"

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Nadare 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

How to Detect vibration in voiced and voiceless English sounds?

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S. D. Sundaram replied | 19/07/2016

If you touch the vocal card the voiced sounds will vibrate.

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Issac 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

What are the types of the phoneme distribution? How to define them?

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Karishma replied | 16/07/2016

You can look up such complex definitions in Cambridge and Oxford language dictionaries or Cambridge dictionary of pronouncing. Phonemes are not something that can be explained in a short answer under a question post. Take some time, begin with linguistics, understand syllables, phonetic sounds, phonemes and word stress. Learn the concepts and then see how phonemes work. They are...  more»
You can look up such complex definitions in Cambridge and Oxford language dictionaries or Cambridge dictionary of pronouncing. Phonemes are not something that can be explained in a short answer under a question post. Take some time, begin with linguistics, understand syllables, phonetic sounds, phonemes and word stress. Learn the concepts and then see how phonemes work. They are not a separate unit, they are part of the science of language. «less

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Deepika replied | 27/07/2016

it's about complementary and constructive distribution and free-variants (that's what I've found in the internet). But I don't understand all that abstruse terms.

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Mainak 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

Pronunciation of Who is it?

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Ramanjeet replied | 15/07/2016

WHO'S IT?

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Ameer replied | 05/08/2016

Hoo-izit ?

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Avishkar 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

Words with primary and secondary stress in a phrase?

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Karishma replied | 16/07/2016

This is not a question. If you want examples of primary and secondary stress, look them up on Google. Almost all words have them if they are polysyllabic. If you want to know the meaning, again, Google is your friend. Linguistics cannot be explained in a few lines in an answer.

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Niranjan 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

Why is /k/ sometimes spelt with a C, and sometimes with a K?

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Saurabh replied | 15/07/2016

When C comes with Vowel " a,o,u It's pronounced like K and with "e and i" pronounced like S.

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S. D. Sundaram replied | 25/07/2016

If the next letter is a o or u then C is used to produce sound of K, Similarly if next letter is
a consonant then also c is used.

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Sonam 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

How do you pronounce (r) in British English?

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S. D. Sundaram replied | 19/07/2016

r is not pronounced before a consonant

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Rakhi 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

What is it called when a word is translated phonetically from a foreign language to English?

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S. D. Sundaram replied | 19/07/2016

Transliteration.

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Abhishek 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

Which English books are good for improving English Speaking?

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Kiran 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

What are the important differences between the English and Spanish languages?

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Eqdanceacademy 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

Why do English-speaking countries test immigrants’ English, while other countries don't insist on language qualifications?

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Vikas 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

How to emphasize pronunciation of a specific letter?

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Umamahesh 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

Phonetic term for switching first two letters in a word is called what ?

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Tarun 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

What's the term of “omission” in phonetics?

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Joseph 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

Why Germanic type of Language (German, English,…) uses a lot of air from Lung to contruct the sound?

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Shiv 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

Is there a word that means “over-enunciate the k sound”?

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Purushotham 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

What is the proper way to mark a letter stressed in a name?

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Neha 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

When we will use soft and hard sound in 'c'?

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Jagabandhu 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

What did we gain in return for the loss of phonemic vowel length from Old English?

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Pethanan 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

What does the phonetic symbol after the comma mean here?

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Saravana 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

How do native speakers guess the pronunciation of a word that they've never seen before?

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Atharva 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

The goal of reading is making meaning from text. So, how is phonics related to comprehension?

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Kamal 08/07/2016 in  Spoken English classes

What does a good phonics lesson look like?

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