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    phonetics-vowel diagram

    Please, help! I looked everywhere and I can't find out how are those lines in a vowel diagram called? The ones that denote closeness and backness of a vowel. Are they called Cardinal lines?

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    Re: phonetics-vowel diagram

    Try the following reference:

    Vowel diagram - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    It should help.

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    Last edited by Neillythere; 18-Apr-2008 at 06:54.


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    Re: phonetics-vowel diagram

    Thank you so much.

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