other words for phonetics
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The operator had taken it literally, and it was a small study in phonetics.
(a) Phonetics, which teaches us to recognize and to reproduce sounds and tones.
He was a retired professor of phonetics and diction, but now and then prepared a pupil.
The latter, in phonetics and in many root-words, betrays a relationship to the Qquichua, but a remote one.
If phonetics had never done anything worse than this they would not be as loathsome to literature as they sometimes are.
Presisnes, for 'preciseness,' is a good example of the quaint tricks played by phonetics.
He studied under and became the principal assistant of his father, Alexander Bell, an authority on phonetics and defective speech.
In its phonetics, it possesses six elements which to the Spaniards were new.
Literacy operates from top (vocabulary, grammar rules, and phonetics are given in advance) to bottom.
Phonetics which represent letters only and not syllables may be called alphabetic signs, in contradistinction to syllabic signs.