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Language and Forms of Language
HI The Roman Alphabet and its Relation to
Adoption of the International Phonetic Alpha
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America aspirated back vowels BOOK WORD VOWELS breath group changes CHAPTER chart correct dialects dots down-glide ENGLISH SOUNDS English spelling ENGLISH VOWEL SOUNDS flow of breath front vowels glide glottis Greek Greek Alphabet hard palate Henry Sweet important indicate the sound International Phonetic Alphabet intonation group Klinghardt literary form lower mid vowels mouth organs of speech OTtf pause Phoenician Phoenician Alphabet phonetic transcription pitch poor speech PRACTICE principle of intonation produced pronounced pure vowel Real Word Book rising diphthong science of phonetics soft palate Sound Real Word speak speaker speech organs SPEECH PREJUDICES speech sounds spoken English spoken language standard English student study of speech Take position teach teachers tion to-day tone tongue position unaspirated Unimproved Roman Alphabet unvoiced up-glide upper gums vibrations vocal cords voiced consonant voiced sound voiceless sound vowel-like consonant weak forms William Dwight Whitney William Tilly Word Book Word words and real writing