Phonetic spelling


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spelling in phonetic characters, each representing one sound only; - contrasted with Romanic spelling, or that by the use of the Roman alphabet.

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The star told the publication that two years ago she reached a point in which she felt like her life was out of control, and ended up getting the phonetic spelling of the word "Sanity" as a tattoo.
The Qatari Phrasebook app is divided into different sections (including greetings, shopping, transportation, weather, and finance) and provides users with the Arabic text, spoken pronunciation, and phonetic spelling of each term.
The Qatari Phrasebook app is divided into different sections (including greetings, shopping, transportation, weather and finance) and provides users with the Arabic text, spoken pronunciation and phonetic spelling of each term.
We have research to show that if you use encoding tasks or phonetic spelling tasks as part of your phonics instruction, then students will learn the phonics better and will be able to use it in decoding better.
We created a brand intrigue; Baembu is actually the phonetic spelling of bamboo and people don't know how to spell it and so it has intrigue.
Translations will appear instantly on the screen of the device in the chosen language, giving users the chance to read the word or phrase, with the help of phonetic spelling.
With each entry offering a phonetic spelling, a definition, and a sample sentence demonstrating usage-all cemented by pictures or symbols-this is a good, specific approach for any interested in American healthcare language and its slang terms: especially for those where English is a second language.
Each item is accompanied by a definition, phonetic spelling and sample sentence.
Although sometimes referred to as Sancta Sophia (as though it were named after Saint Sophia), sophia being the phonetic spelling in Latin of the Greek word for wisdom, its full name in Greek is [eth][yen][eth]IiIe Ia[sz]AaIe [sz]-e[eth][eth][macron][eth]Ie Ia[eth]A[sz]A* [eth]y[eth][acute accent][eth]A[sz]A* [eth]u[eth]AIa[eth][macron][eth]Ie, "Shrine of the Holy Wisdom of God".
Known by her classmates as Essen, the phonetic spelling for SN (special needs), Candice interprets most things in life literally and is the epitome of social awkwardness.
Sephyr is a cheeky phonetic spelling of Zephyr, the GreekWest Wind]
A native of Liberia, Korto Momolu-Briggs (her website incorporates the phonetic spelling of her given name: Cut-toe Mo-mo-lu) began