123 Matching Annotations
  1. Mar 2021
    1. ë
    2. oo
    3. ó
    4. é
    5. e
    6. u
    7. ii
    8. i

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PpuPMrISVc

      note: I think the example here should be pit, fit, bit, etc. and not beetle, etc.

    9. j
    10. y
    11. l
    12. w
    13. r
    14. r
    15. x
    16. x
    17. s
    18. f
    19. q
    20. k
    21. c
    22. t
    23. p
    24. g
    25. d
    26. b
    27. ŋ
    28. ñ
    29. ñ
    30. n
    31. m
    32. builder
    33. sale
    34. to be the guest of a host
    35. expression of pity
    36. massage
    37. otherwise
    38. to be wide
    39. money
    40. red-fronted gazelle
    41. westerner
    42. sock
    43. cleanse
    44. sewing needle
    45. hurt
    46. life here below
    47. answer to name
    48. burn
    49. hot pepper
    50. give
    51. arrive
    52. tie
    53. nothing
    54. rice
    55. clay
    56. to miss each other
    57. to open
    58. to smell
    59. neck
    60. get up
    61. wipe clean
    62. not wanting to share
    63. courage
    64. house
    65. lean against
    66. day
    67. examine
    68. to go
    69. question
    70. last name
    71. ŋ
    72. à
    73. your
    74. loch
    75. war
    76. stamp
    77. sign
    78. rat
    79. cough
    80. park
    81. onion
    82. not
    83. moon
    84. land
    85. cool
    86. jazz
    87. good
    88. fire
    89. dog
    90. chat
    91. boy
    92. Consonant
    93. to look at
    94. heart
    95. long vowels
    96. Vowel
    97. moon
    98. book
    99. door
    100. phone
    101. beau
    102. hot
    103. meet
    104. beetle
    105. bird
    106. sane
    107. big
    108. where
    109. bedroom
    110. far
    111. life
    112. butter
    113. phonemes
    114. graphemes
    115. Wolof pronunciation
    1. PRONUNCIATION: CONSONANTS

      b -- boy

      c -- as in ‘church‘ with the tongue closer to the top front teeth.

      d -- dog

      f -- fire

      g -- good

      j -- as in ‘jazz’ but with the tongue closer to the top front teeth.

      k -- cool

      l -- land

      m -- moon

      n -- not

      ñ -- as in ‘onion‘ with the tip of the tongue just behind the front teeth.

      p -- park

      q -- like a ‘k‘ pulled back into the throat.

      r -- rat

      s -- sign

      t -- stamp

      w -- war

      x -- as in the Scottish pronunciation of 'loch'.

      y -- your

    2. PRONUNCIATION: VOWELS

      a -- butter

      à -- as in the British pronunciation of 'life'.

      aa -- far

      e -- bedroom

      ee -- where

      é -- big

      éé -- sane

      ë -- bird

      i -- beetle

      ii -- meet

      o -- hot

      ó -- as in the French pronunciation of ‘beau‘.

      oo -- door

      óó -- phone

      u -- as in ‘book‘ with the lips more rounded.

      uu -- moon

  2. Sep 2020
    1. Xun Kuang

      Hsun Tzu's name comes in a variety of forms because of different Chinese dialects and English transcription systems.

  3. Aug 2020
    1. name-pronunciation effect. And it’s exactly what you would expect. People with names you find easy to pronounce are viewed more favorably than those with names deemed difficult to pronounce, which can lead to pro-motions, votes, and more.

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  4. Feb 2019
    1. correctness in pronunciation. as in diction and usage. is not an absolute. Language standards arc the property of the ruling class; thus the diction, usage. and pronuncia• lion of the power centers of capital cities tend to be the standards for a national Ian· guagc.

      This division of pronunciation and usage is particularly visible in terms of class. Mispronounced words are often frowned upon, but all this means is that the person learned this word by reading, rather than having the opportunity of hearing someone say it first.

  5. Jan 2017
    1. He cautions against reading-pronunciation (e.g., pronouncing "often" with the "t")

      Fun fact: The word for studying proper pronunciation is called orthoepy. Im sure everyone in this class is aware of this fact, but it is still fun.

  6. Oct 2015
    1. TeX

      Pronounced like tech

      Edit: The ch should said as in loch, but tek is also a common pronunciation

  7. Jul 2014