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    phontics

    hey every one
    I wish every thing is well with u & i hope find solution for my assingment
    My Qustion :

    Write out in English script the following spoken passage, which has been transcribed phonemically.
    /erəmenidɪfrəntsaʊndzjuzdɪnəlŋgwɪʤəzəvəwɜld əstreɪljənɪŋglɪʃhztwentifɔkɒnsənəntfoʊnimzəndəraʊ ndtwentivaʊlfoʊnimz. ətdɒzəntjuzeniklɪksaʊndzwɪʧəhɜdɪnsɒmfrɪkənlngwɪʤ əzɔəglɒtəlsaʊndzkɒmənɪnrəbɪk./
    please if u can help me as soon as possible
    Thx 4 all
    Best regard

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    #2

    Re: phontics

    Quote Originally Posted by Free_soul View Post
    hey every one
    I wish every thing is well with u & i hope find solution for my assingment
    My Qustion :

    Write out in English script the following spoken passage, which has been transcribed phonemically.
    /erəmenidɪfrəntsaʊndzjuzdɪnəlŋgwɪʤəzəvəwɜld əstreɪljənɪŋglɪʃhztwentifɔkɒnsənəntfoʊnimzəndəraʊ ndtwentivaʊlfoʊnimz. ətdɒzəntjuzeniklɪksaʊndzwɪʧəhɜdɪnsɒmfrɪkənlngwɪʤ əzɔəglɒtəlsaʊndzkɒmənɪnrəbɪk./
    please if u can help me as soon as possible
    Thx 4 all
    Best regard
    What a strange assignment! Sorry, I can't help as I have absolutely no idea about phonetics. You should make an attempt at it yourself - you can't just ask people on here to do your assignments for you!

    Note spelling of PHONETICS and PHONETICALLY

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    #3

    Re: phontics

    The first phrase is "There are many different sounds" Now you try.


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    Re: phontics

    thx 2 much
    thx 4 help bhaisahab

    best regard


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    Re: phontics

    hello bhaisahab
    please if u can help me for the phonotics i find that is hard because my language is not english and the work for worksheet

    best regard

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    #6

    Re: phontics

    Quote Originally Posted by Free_soul View Post
    hello bhaisahab
    please if u can help me for the phonotics i find that is hard because my language is not english and the work for worksheet

    best regard
    erə meni dɪfrənt saʊndz juzd ɪn ə lŋgwɪʤəz əv ə wɜld əstreɪljən ɪŋglɪʃ hz twentifɔ kɒnsənənt foʊnimz ənd əraʊnd twenti vaʊl foʊnimz. ət dɒzənt juzeni klɪk saʊndz wɪʧə hɜd ɪn sɒm frɪkən lngwɪʤəz ɔ ə glɒtəl saʊndz kɒmən ɪn rəbɪk./

    I am not good at phonetics, but I have broken it up into words as far as I can. I don't understand the parts highlighted in red. Perhaps someone else can help you more.

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    #7

    Re: phontics

    Can I ask why you have been given an assignment based solely on phonetics, when it appears that you are not studying/have not studied phonetics?!


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    #8

    Re: phontics

    Thank u so much bhaisahab for the great help.
    and thank u emsr2d2 for question but some subjects have phonotics for native english
    this is part from grammar subject which i study.

    Thx 4 all

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    #9

    Re: phontics

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    erə meni dɪfrənt saʊndz juzd ɪn ə lŋgwɪʤəz əv ə wɜld əstreɪljən ɪŋglɪʃ hz twentifɔ kɒnsənənt foʊnimz ənd əraʊnd twenti vaʊl foʊnimz. ət dɒzənt juzeni klɪk saʊndz wɪʧə hɜd ɪn sɒm frɪkən lngwɪʤəz ɔ ə glɒtəl saʊndz kɒmən ɪn rəbɪk./

    I am not good at phonetics, but I have broken it up into words as far as I can. I don't understand the parts highlighted in red. Perhaps someone else can help you more.
    ... It doesn't use any click sounds which are heard ...
    It's a strange transcription. It's not typical AusE. For example, we say
    /dʌzǝnt/ for ‘doesn’t, not /dɒzǝnt/
    And the correct transcription of 'any' is / ni/ not /eni/.
    There are other apparent errors in it.

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