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Phonetics is the study of the sounds used in speech, how they are produced and so on. Phonology, on the other hand, is concerned with the sound system of a given language or dialect.
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What is the phonetic alphabet?

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

What is phonetic analysis?

Sounding out words by separating a larger word into the smaller sounds (both vowel and consonant sounds and blends) that make it up.

What is the phonetics?

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.

What is auditory phonetics?

Auditory Phonetics: The study of speech perception and how the brain forms perceptual representations of the input it receives during the course of communication

What is the phonetic code?

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.

What is phonetics difference between vowels and consonants?

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

What do you study in phonetics?

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