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1. American monophthongs. 3. ˛e four white markers show the unstressed realizations of the remaining three phonemes: (i) /i/, (¯) /u/, (È, û) /È/. ˛ey occur in the following contexts – /i/ at the end of lexemes: ('l™IDi[Ω]) /'lEIdi[z]/ lady˚ ladies, ('™ni&†¤˙) /'Eni†I˙/ aJ`i«, and before vowels: (
It highlights mostly its defects and global deﬁciencies, however. ˛e ﬁrst section gives the o‚cial pulmonic consonants, which are 58 (with a minor addition of ten çother symbolsÇ). 36. O‚cial IPA Chart (1996). ¤~†™®~å†¤ø~å¬ π∆ø~™†¤© å¬π∆å∫™† (o‚cial, revised 1993 and corrected in 1996) ©ø~ßø~å~† (π¨¬µø~¤©) Plosive Bilabial Labiodent. Dental Alveolar Postalveol. Retroﬂex Palatal Velar Uvular p t ˛ Ã N © ˝ N k g ˙ › G , K # ß Ω Â x ‚ X º Nasal Trill Tap or ∫ap Fricative Lateral fric. (˝) F b m ∫ M B f v † ∑ d n r R s z !
If the endpoint is an unrounded vowel, nothing is added; instead, with rounded vowels, a minuscule black dot is placed at the end of the line. If the endpoint is half-rounded, the marker at the end is a diamond÷ this marker is thus analogous to the normal-sized marker that would be used for a half-rounded ﬁrst element ($). Meanwhile, the phonemic and phonetic transcriptions completing the information provided are placed around the vocogram. 29. Diphthongs (occurring stressed and unstressed). wide (ai) narrow (a™) wide, with rounded 2nd element (au) narrow, with rounded 2nd element (aø) monotimbric (aa) 1.