According to IPA, the phonetic spelling of flinch is /flÉªntÊƒ/ In spelled pronunciation, the word is pronounced /flinch/.
That is the correct spelling of the word facade (fuh-sahd), from the French façade.
what is the phonetic spelling of democracy
The spelling of Iran is already phonetic: "I-ran".
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That is the phonetic spelling of the word "toward" (in the direction of).
The phonetic spelling for tasty is taste-ee.
I think the term you are looking for is phonetic spelling.
john-rurr is the phonetic spelling of genre.
Jehm-en-I is the phonetic spelling of Gemini
phonetic spelling is spelling a word the way it sounds. Children often tend to do that while they are learning phonetic would become 'fonetic' and come would be 'cum'yacht would be 'yotIt would make life much simpler wouldn't it ?
The word with the phonetic spelling qwiat is quiet(silent, or not loud).
The word with that phonetic spelling is pacifier (a sucking implement for babies).
Phonetic spelling is when you spell a word the way it is pronounced (Example you'd spell could as cud)
No, it's dialect. It's just a phonetic spelling of "isn't it."
Answer: "phonetic" is an alphabetical representation of the word phonetic.There could be a phonetic representation of the word phonetic as /fəˈnetɪk/.The users of the language English have agreed upon the spelling system they have today.However unscientific, fraught with bizarre rules it might be, it is part of the agreement of the users of that language. The same should apply roughly to all spelling systems. Yes, including devnagari spelling systems as well. No spelling system can be expected to be faithful to the exact pronunciations. That is how the facts are.
The Greek word for evil phonetic spelling is (pon-ay-ros').The real spelling is in Greek symbols that can't be duplicated on a keyboard.
The term you are searching for is phonetics. It is common in the dictionary for the pronunciation in English. Look at the proper spelling and in the parentheses is the phonetic spelling of the word.
You don't spell it out except when discussing its phonetic use. Normally you just write F. But the phonetic spelling would be "eff."
Spanish has a very consistent spelling system but it is not phonetic.
It is pronounced exactly as it is written - the phonetic spelling would be the same as the correct spelling. Accent is on the second syllable.
"She had a problem with German spelling as she spelled the words with English phonetics."