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ESL: How to pronounce the AA [æ] vowel sound in American English.
Pronunciation and Accent lessons and exercises on the website


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Pronunciation respelling for English - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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** Pronunciation respelling for English **

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See also: Wikipedia:Pronunciation respelling key and Pronunciation
spelling


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*This article contains special characters.* Without proper rendering
support, you may see question marks, boxes, or other symbols.

*Pronunciation respelling* is a notation used to convey the pronunciation
of words, in a language, such as English, which does not have a phonemic
orthography.

There are two basic types of pronunciation respelling. "Phonemic" systems,
as commonly found in American dictionaries, consistently use one symbol per
English phoneme. These systems are conceptually equivalent to the
International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) commonly used in bilingual
dictionaries and scholarly writings, but tend to use symbols based on
English rather than Romance-language spelling conventions (e.g. /ē/ for
IPA /i/) and avoid non-alphabetic symbols (e.g. /_sh_/ for IPA /ʃ/). On
the other hand, "non-phonemic"^[1] or "newspaper"^[2] systems, commonly
used in newspapers and other non-technical writings, avoid diacritics and
literally "respell" words making use of well-known English words and
spelling conventions, even though the resulting system may not have a
one-to-one mapping between symbols and sounds.

As an example, the last name of actor Jake Gyllenhaal, written
ˈdʒɪlənhɔːl in the IPA, might be written
jĭl′·ən·hôl or /*JIL*-ən-hawl/ in a phonemic system,
and /Jill-in-hall/ in a non-phonemic system.

*Contents*

· 1 Development and use
· 2 Traditional respelling systems

· 2.1 Title abbreviations
· 2.2 Notes
· 2.3 Pronunciation without respelling

· 3 International Phonetic Alphabet
· 4 Pronunciation respelling systems in dictionaries for English-language
learners
· 5 Pronunciation respelling systems for children's dictionaries


Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pronunciation_respelling_for_English

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