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What is phonetics?
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The use of phonetics (the science of speech) for forensic (legal) purposes.
The phonetic alphabet is used to make spellings clearer over phone or radio - kilo for letter k, foxtrot for letter f. Police and other organisations use it to make sure t…hat spellings are clear to the person hearing it. For example a car registration number - F123 ABC would be Foxtrot, 1, 2, 3, Alpha, Bravo, Charlie. The full Phonetic Alphabet is as follows; Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, Delta, Echo, Foxtrot, Golf, Hotel, India, Juliett, Kilo, Lima, Mike, November, Oscar, Papa, Quebec, Romeo, Sierra, Tango, Uniform, Victor, Whiskey, Xray, Yankee, Zulu.
Phonetics are supposed to help the learner with reading aloud. Basically, it is supposed to help pronuncation.
Sounding out words by separating a larger word into the smaller sounds (both vowel and consonant sounds and blends) that make it up.
I- India I=India
Phonetics is a branch of linguists that is concerned with the way words sound. It also studies how those sounds are perceived by those who hear them.
Auditory Phonetics: The study of speech perception and how the brain forms perceptual representations of the input it receives during the course of communication
1= C or G 2= B or V 3= N or F 4= M, T or P 5= J or S 6= K or L 7= Sh, Ch or soft G 8= Hard G 9= S or Z 0= V or D W, H, Y and vowels can be used freely.
The phonetic difference between is whereas the vowels can be spoken alone, the consonants cannot be spoken alone. Secondly when reading the vowels, there is no closure of …the mouth or the throat at any given point while for consonants there is closure at some point.
Stress is the degree of force which is accompanied by a strong force of exhalation and gives an impression of loudness
A pause in phonetics is often needed between words. It is usually typed in as %, but you can also use @, which indicates a pause in breath. At the end of a clause, you should …use a comma.
Phonetics is the science studying the sounds of speech: it is all about the way you say things (articulatory phonetics), hear things (acoustic phonetics) and perceive what… you hear (auditory phonetics). Studies in phonetics become increasingly important today, as they are central to speech recognition technology.