phonetic transcription

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Noun1.phonetic transcription - a transcription intended to represent each distinct speech sound with a separate symbol
transcription, written text - something written, especially copied from one medium to another, as a typewritten version of dictation
phonetic symbol - a written character used in phonetic transcription of represent a particular speech sound
phonetische Transkriptionphonetische Umschrift
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The undergraduate textbook for a one-semester course explains the anatomical processes of the human speech system, the anatomical structures used to produce consonants and vowels in American English, and the phonetic transcription of consonants and vowels.
Table 4 shows the number of differences between a TC and a WA phonetic transcription for both the NWS and the BCW texts.
The authors chose to depict short stops and fricatives in phonetic transcription as voiceless.
2nd stage: the experimental investigations, the training for phonetic transcription, and the application of on-site research (phonetic-phonological and semantic-lexical questionnaires) with the participation of 40 informants distributed in 10 points for the survey;
She has written a veritable library of resources; her most recent endeavor is a two-part series that has phonetic transcription as its focus.
Scott also gives a phonetic transcription of the word in parenthesis, immediately after the word itself.
The course will start from the very basic Chinese language, Chinese phonetic transcription, strokes of Chinese characters, simple Chinese sentence patterns, simple Chinese grammar, simple conversations in different language situations, and some of the Chinese cultures.
Marafioti's phonetic transcription of choice Russian phrases, usually expletives and generally accompanied by translations, is more confusing.
The history and practice of phonetic transcription of (chiefly British) English, has long been a major interest of mine.
Unlike sources before or since, this corpus of lexical items is presented in professional phonetic transcription and contains a wealth of etymologies.
Phonetic transcription involves accurately identifying phonetic sounds and associating them to phonetic symbols.
The answer to the question if they are able to read phonetic transcription, 100% students said "yes".