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THuh NexT TekSTs Wr Fruhm:

The [ Estimated ] 44 Sounds in the English Language

Updated January 23, 2019

When considering…how to best help [ Ehnee Lrneeng Mynd] ] learn the sounds of the English language you need to remember to choose words that help them understand all of the 44 word sounds, or phonemes. English contains [ uhproksimmehTLee ] 19 Vowel Sound Phonemes including 5 long vowels, 5 short vowels, 3 diphthongs, 2 'oo' sounds, 4 'r' controlled vowel sounds, and [ uhproksimmehTLee ] 25 ConsonanT Sound Phonemes.

The following lists provide sample words to teach the sounds in the English language. Certainly, you can find more words to fill out word families or align with a sight vocabulary list, such as the [ Syehnss Baeesiks Kynd Typs KLasT By Syz Ohrdr ].


Konsuhnants Vrsuhs Vowelz

Stŏrt Uhv Păēēj Năēmd "KonsuhnanTs Vrsuhs VoweLz".

Consonants Versus Vowels In FohnehTik EengGLish Voeess Sownd Synz Iz

Thuh NeksT TekST Wuhz Fruhm:

What Makes a Vowel a Vowel and a Consonant a Consonant

You already know that vowels in the English alphabet are a, e, i, o, u, and sometimes y, while the rest of the letters are called consonants.

But did you ever ask yourself why the letters were divided into two separate groups?

Basically, a vowel is a sound that is made with the mouth and throat not closing at any point.

In contrast, a consonant is a sound that is made with the air stopping once or more during the vocalization. That means that at some point, the sound is stopped by your teeth, tongue, lips, or constriction of the vocal cords.

The difference explains why “y” is only “sometimes” a vowel. Depending on which word “y” is being used in, it can represent different sounds. In words like “myth” or “hymn,” the letter takes on a sound like a short “i” and the mouth and throat don’t close when the sound is made. However, in words like “beyond,” it acts as a bridge between the “e” and the “o,” and there is some partial closure, making “y” a consonant.

Another forgotten letter that has the same qualities as “y” is “w.” While “w” is almost always a consonant, it is considered a vowel at the end of words like “wow” or “how.” You can see for yourself when saying these words that your mouth doesn’t fully close while pronouncing the letter.

Last Strēng Uhv Omnyon izm Tĕkst Năēmd "KonsuhnanTs Vrsuhs Vowelz".


Eenglish Vowel Sound Phonemes

Eeng-Glish Vowel Sownd Fohneemz

Thŭ Trm Frăēz Năēm Wĭth 4 Wrdz "Ēŋglĭsh VăwĕL Săwnd Fŏnēmz"

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Eenglish VoweL Sound Phonemes** "

* Sownded OwT Then Shown Az In EenGLish Fohneemz Speech Sowndz In Min TruhdishuhnuL Phohneemz.

AT LeesT Wuhnss Heer https://www.howtopronounce.com/vowel/


Dikshuhnehree Deskripshuhnz Uhv Wrd Vowel

Thŭ Nĕkst Tĕkst Wŭz Frŭm:

vowel
noun
uk ​ /vaʊəl/ us ​ /vaʊəl/

  • a speech sound produced by humans when the breath flows out through the mouth without being blocked by the teeth, tongue, or lips…
  • a letter that represents a sound produced in this way:

Thuh NeksT TekSTs Wr Fruhm:

English contains 19 Vowel Sound Phonemes including

5 short vowels

5 long vowels

4 'r' controlled vowel sounds

3 DifThongz

2 Dub O oo VoweL Sowndz


Thohz VăwĕL Kyndz SohrTed By:

  • Wuhn Speech Săwnd VăwĕLz

Then

  • 2 Speech Sowndz VăwĕLz

Eeng-Glish Truhdishuhn Uhv 5 ShohrT VoweLz

Thŭ Nĕkst Tĕkst Wŭz Frŭm:

The 5 Short Vowel Sounds

short -a- in and, az, afTr
short -e- in pen, hen, lend
short -i- in iT, in
short -o- in Top, hop
short -u- in under, cup

Thŭ Nĕkst Tĕkst Wŭz Frŭm:

What is the curved line over a short vowel called?

It's called a Breve.


Nekst Iz Fruhm Unicode Srch Fohr Breve…

Thŭ Nĕkst Chŏrz Wr Frŭm:

Ă ă
Ĕ ĕ
Ĭ ĭ
Ŏ ŏ
Ŭ ŭ


Eeng-Glish Truhdishuhn Uhv 5 Long VoweLz


Thŭ Nĕkst Tĕkst Wŭz Frŭm:

What is the mark over long vowel?

A horizontal line

This "horizontal line" that indicates a long vowel is called a Macron.


Nekst Iz Fruhm Unicode Srch Fohr Macron…

Thŭ Nĕkst Chŏrz Wr Frŭm:


Ther Ahr 3 Lŏng Văwelz With 1 Chahr Az 1 Speech Sownd Kahld

  • Heer " 1 Speech Sownd Lŏng Văwelz ".
1 Speech Sownd 1 Speech Sownd Az
Lŏng Bĭg Văwel Lŏng Smŏl Văwel In
Ē ē Spēēch
Ō ō Mōst
Ū ū Soūnd

Ther Ahr 2 Long Vowelz With 1 Chahr Fohr 2 Speech Sowndz

  • Kahld Heer " Lŏng Văwelz With 2 Speech Sowndz ".
2 Speech Sowndz : 2 Speech Sowndz Az
Lŏng Bĭg Văwel _ Lŏng Smŏl Văwel In
( Ā Spōk Ăz Ă->ē ) : ( ā Spōk Ăz ă->ē ) Māke
( Ī Spōk Ăz Ŏ->ē ) : ( ī Spōk Ăz ŏ->ē ) Kīte


Nekst Iz Thuh U With Diaeresis Then W Then Y


U With 2 Dots Kahld Diaeresis

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Thŭ Nĕkst Tĕkst Wŭz Frŭm:

Diaeresis vs. Umlaut

What is the difference between a diaeresis and an umlaut? Is it simply that umlaut is the German name for that language's pertinent symbols (ä, Ä, ö, Ö, ü, Ü) and diaeresis is the name for the symbol in other languages?


Thŭ Nĕkst Tĕkst Wŭz Frŭm:

Ü, or ü, is a character that typically represents…

a close front rounded vowel [y]. It is classified as a separate letter in several extended Latin alphabets (including Azeri, Estonian, Hungarian and Turkish), but as the letter U with an umlaut/diaeresis in others such as Catalan, French, Galician, German, Occitan and Spanish. Although not a part of their alphabet, it also appears in languages such as Swedish when retained in foreign names and words, and Swedish spells said letter and sound in domestic words solely as Y. A small number of Dutch words also use this as a diaeresis.


Thohz Difrensez Myt Seem Kuhnfeewzeeng, Thoh Ther Iz Uh Dif Eeng-Glish Standrd NexT


Accented Reading Alphabet 2 Dot Vowel ü

Thŭ Nĕkst Tĕkst Wŭz Frŭm:

Accented Reading Alphabet…

Author Derek Jensen

Several years ago, I created the Accented Reading Alphabet (ARA), a method of encoding the sound each letter makes into the letter itself without altering the spelling or capitalization.

The double dot accent[s]…other kinds of sounds.

ü is /uu/ in püt


Thŭ Nĕkst Tĕkst Wŭz Frŭm:

The Accented Reading Alphabet (ARA) allows new students of English to see the appropriate pronunciation of words in the text itself…

ARA Voŵel Këÿ…

ü püt…

Letter Key…

51. ü as in püt, füll, püll, âubürn


Thŭ Nĕkst Tĕkst Wŭz Frŭm:

Mid Back Unrounded Vowel

[ Suhmtymz Dehskrybd Az Uh ] close-mid back unrounded vowel, or high-mid back unrounded vowel,[1] is a type of vowel sound, used in some spoken languages.

Acoustically it is a close-mid back-central unrounded vowel.

  • [ Fruhm: Geoff Lindsey (2013) The vowel space, Speech Talk ]

Its symbol in the International Phonetic Alphabet is ⟨ɤ⟩, called "ram's horns".

It is distinct from the symbol for the voiced velar fricative, ⟨ɣ⟩, which has a descender. Despite that, some writings[3] use this symbol for the voiced velar fricative.

Before the 1989 IPA Convention, the symbol for the close-mid back unrounded vowel:

Before the 1989 IPA Convention, the symbol for the close-mid back unrounded vowel was ⟨Latin letter small capital Gamma.svg⟩, sometimes called "baby gamma", which has a flat top; this symbol was in turn derived from and replaced the inverted small capital A, ⟨Ɐ⟩, that represented the sound before the 1928 revision to the IPA.[4] The symbol was ultimately revised to be ⟨Ram's horns.svg⟩, "ram's horns", with a rounded top, in order to better differentiate it from the Latin gamma ⟨ɣ⟩.[5] Unicode provides only U+0264 ɤ LATIN SMALL LETTER RAMS HORN (HTML ɤ), but in some fonts this character may appear as a "baby gamma" instead.

Thiss Iz Thuh Last Lyn Uhv Tekst In Thuh Paeej Naeemd " Mid Back Unrounded Vowel ".


*** Thuss Thŭ ü With dŭbül dot aksent Nohrm Kahld Uh Diaeresis ThaT Uhpeerz Az 'Ü' Ohr 'ü'

Thiss Iz Thuh Last Lyn Uhv Tekst In Thuh Paeej Naeemd "U With 2 Dots Kahld Diaeresis


Rēgŏrdēng Thŭ Chŏr Syn Dĕskrybd Ăz Dŭb Vē

  • Typt Az Bĭg 'W' Ōr Smŏl 'w'.

This Chahr Iz TruhdishuhnuzLLee rong naeemd "DuhbuL U".

Thuh Trm "DuhbuL U" AkkeerehTLee Deskrybz Thuh Greek ALfuhBeT Vowel Deskrybd At https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%CF%89#Greek Az "lower case letter…(ωμέγα)" Spoke Az Oh->m=>eh->g->uh And Shohn Az ω Wich Iz ShaeepT Lyk 2 u'z.

Thuh Chahr This Paeedj Iz Theemd UhbowT Iz AkkeerehTLee Deskrybd In French ProhnownsT Az "DoobLaee Vaee".

Thuh French Trm "DoobLaee Vaee" Iz TranzLaeeTed InTu FohnehTek Eeng-Glish Speech Sownd Synz Az "DuhbuL Vee"


Thŭ Nĕkst Tĕkst Wŭz Frŭm:

While 'w' is [ Tū Ŏft Thŏt Ŭv Ăz Ŭ ] Consonant.

[ 'W' ] is considered a Vowel at the end of words like “wow” or “how.” You can see for yourself when saying these words that your mouth doesn’t fully close while pronouncing the letter.


Rēgŏrdēng Thŭ Chŏr Năēmd "Wy" Typt Az Big 'Y' Ōr Smŏl 'y'

Thuh NeksT TekST Wuhz Fruhm:

The difference explains why “y” is only “sometimes” a vowel. Depending on which word “y” is being used in, it can represent different sounds. In words like “myth” or “hymn,” the letter [ Ĭz Spōk Az ] a sound like a short “ĭ” and the mouth and throat don’t close when the sound is made. However, in words like “beyond,” it acts as a bridge between the “Ē” and the “Ō,” and there is some partial closure, making “y” [ Ŭ sŭpōzd ] consonant.

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Thō Thŭ Bĭg 'Y' Ohr Smŏl 'y' Chŏr Syn ĭz Spōk Az Ēthr:

1: Thŭ Shōrt And Ēthr ( Big "Y" Ōr Smōl "y" ),

* Az In Thuh Wrd "Yum", Iz Spōk Lŏēk Ŭ Brēf Lŏng 'Ē' Thō Wĭth Ŭ Slŏēt Lĕss Thĭn Găp Twnēn Thŭ Tŭng Ănd Thŭ Ŭpr Pălĕt Ŭv Thŭ Măwth.

2: Thŭ Mid 'y', Az In "Pretty", Iz Spōk Egzaktlē Lyk Ŭ Long 'ē'.

3: Thŭ Lŏng "y", Az In Trȳ,

  • Then IT Iz Thuh Chŏr Syn Fōr Thŭ 2 Văwĕl Săwndz [ ( ŏ = ah ) ( ē = ee ) ]

}.


Rēgŏrdēng Trnd A

Trnd A Haz 2 Vrzhənzz:

  • ( Big: Ɐ ) Ohr ( SmɐL: ɐ ).

See Paeej UhabowT This AT

Lowercase ɐ (in two story form) is used in the International Phonetic Alphabet to identify the near-open central vowel. A variant, turned alpha, ɒ, is also used in the IPA as the open back rounded vowel.

The symbol ∀ has the same shape of a capital turned A, sans serif.

It is used to represent Universal Quantification in predicate logic.

Encodings

Ɐ is encoded in Unicode at U+2C6F Ɐ latin capital letter turned a (HTML: Ɐ) in the block Latin Extended-C, though very few fonts support it as of 2008, and ɐ is encoded in Unicode at U+0250 ɐ latin small letter turned a (HTML: ɐ) in the block IPA Extensions.The similar turned alphas are at U+2C70 Ɒ latin capital letter turned alpha (HTML: Ɒ capital), and at U+0252 ɒ latin small letter turned alpha (HTML: ɒ).

The mathematical symbol ∀ is encoded at U+2200 ∀ for all (HTML: ∀ ∀), in the mathematical operators and symbols in Unicode, and only in a sans-serif form.

The Symbol font includes ∀ at position 34 (which would produce the quotation mark in ASCII and Unicode).

Trnd A Haz 2 Vrzhənzz: ( Big: Ɐ ) Ohr ( SmɐL: ɐ ).


Eenglish ConsonanT Sound Phonemes

Eeng-Glish Konsuhnant Sownd Fohneemz


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KonsuhnanT Wrd Dĕskrĭpshŭn.

ConsonanT In FohnehTik EengGLish Voeess Sownd Synz Iz KonsuhnanT Uhv Eeng-Glish Konsuhnant Sownd Fohneemz

THuh NeksT TekST Wuhz Fruhm:

consonant

noun [ C ]

one of the speech sounds or letters of the alphabet that is not a vowel. Consonants are pronounced by stopping the air from flowing easily through the mouth, especially by closing the lips or touching the teeth with the tongue.

"consonant" in American English

noun [ C ]

grammar a speech sound produced by human beings when the breath that flows out through the mouth is blocked by the teeth, tongue, or lips

grammar A consonant is also a letter that represents a sound produced in this way:


Thŭ Nĕkst TĕkSTs Wr Frŭm:

English contains…25 ConsonanT Sound Phonemes.


Thŭ Nĕkst TĕkST Wŭz Frŭm:

IPA symbols for English consonants

Many IPA symbols represent the same sound that the corresponding English letters do — [p], [b], [m], [f], [v], [t], [d], [l], [w] — though even for these you have to be careful. Other symbols are a bit harder.

The following table is a quick summary of the consonant symbols for English. Click on the example words to get the individual pages for each vowel, where you'll find more examples (with sound files) and explanations.

pay [p]
bay [b]
may [m]
tie [t]
die [d]
no [n]
cake [k]
go [ɡ]
sing [ŋ]
fee [f]
vow [v]
so [s]
zoo [z]
thigh [θ]
they [ð]
show [ʃ]
Jacques [ʒ]
church [tʃ]
judge [dʒ]
lie [l]
rye [ɹ]
yes [j]
weigh [w]
hay [h]


Latin And Esperanto Letter Deskrybd Az C circumflex Uhpeerz Az ( Ĉ or ĉ ).

C circumflex Haz Uh Naeem Wich In Fohnehtik Eenglish Speech Sownd Synz Iz Shohn Az Ch->oh.

Ch->oh In 1 Ēŋgliʃ Spēĉ Săwnd Pr 1 Ĉŏr Iz Ĉō.

See:

Thŭ Nĕkst TĕkST Wŭz Frŭm:

Ĉ or ĉ (C circumflex) is a consonant in Esperanto orthography, representing the sound [t͡ʃ]…

Ĉ is the fourth letter of the Esperanto alphabet. Although it is written as cx and ch respectively in the x-system and h-system workarounds, it is normally written as C with a circumflex: ĉ.

Thŭ Nĕkst TĕkST Wŭz Frŭm:

Esperanto
Pronunciation

IPA(key): /t͡ʃo/

Noun

ĉo

1: The name of the Latin-script letter Ĉ.

Thŭ Nĕkst TĕkST Wŭz Frŭm:

1: The letter C with a circumflex.

Thŭ Nĕkst TĕkST Wŭz Frŭm:

Letter

Ĉ upper case, lower case ĉ

1: The fourth letter of the Esperanto alphabet, called ĉo and written in the Latin script.


Eng Shohn Az ( Big Ŋ Ohr Smahl ŋ )

Thŭ Nēkst Chŏr Wŭz Frŭm:

The symbol [ŋ] is usually called "Eng" [ɛŋ] . It is like an [n] with the tail of a [ɡ].


Thŭ Nēkst Chŏr Wŭz Frŭm:

Eng (letter)

Eng or engma (capital: Ŋ, lowercase: ŋ) is a letter of the Latin alphabet, used to represent a velar nasal (as in English singing) in the written form of some languages and [ Az Thuh "Latin lowercase: ŋ" ] in the International Phonetic Alphabet.


Velar Nasal

Thŭ Nĕkst TĕkST Wŭz Frŭm:

The velar nasal, also known as agma, from the Greek word for 'fragment', is a type of consonantal sound, used in some spoken languages. It is the sound of ng in English sing. The symbol in the International Phonetic Alphabet that represents this sound is ⟨ŋ⟩.

Thŭ Nĕkst TĕkST Wŭz Frŭm:

velar-nasal
Noun

(plural velar nasals)

(phonetics) A nasal consonant voiced as the sound of "ng" in English "sing", represented with ŋ in the IPA phonetic alphabet.

Thiss Iz Thuh Last Lyn Uhv Tekst Uhv Thuh Paeej Naeemd Velar Nasal


Thuh Nekst Few Lynz Uhv Tekst Myt Maeek That Kleer Tu Kŏmprēhĕnd.

1: Thŭ [[[Velar Nasal]] Iz Nohrm Repreezented In Eeng-glish Speech Sownd Synz With Thuh Chahr Pehr Syn "ng".

2: That [[[Velar Nasal]] "ng" Sound Iz Repreezented in I P A

  • With Thuh Shohrt Vrzhuhn Uhv Latin Letr Naeemd "Eng" Shown Az Thuh Chŏr 'ŋ'.

3: That Chŏr 'ŋ' haz Thuh Truhdishuhnul Năēm "Eng" Wich In I P A Iz "ɛŋ".

4: Thuh Wrd "Eng" Iz Typt In Eeng-Glish Speech Sownd Synz Az Thuh Seekwehnss Eh->ng.

5: That Seekwehnss Eh->ng In ʃEech Eeng-Glish 1 Speech Sownd Shohn Az Just 1 Chahr Iz "Ĕŋ".


ThaeeTuh Az ( Big Θ Ohr Smahl θ ) Fohr THuh voiceless dental non-sibilant fricative.

Thuh Wrd Nohrm Speld Theta

  • Iz Sounded OwT In Eeng-Glish Az Th->ee->T->ă
  • Thoh Iz Nohrm ProhnownsT Az Th->ă->ee->t->uh.

ThaT MyT GeT Shohrtyzd Tu ThaeeTuh.

Thŭ Nĕkst TĕksT Wŭz Frŭm:

Etymology
Borrowed from Ancient Greek θῆτα (thêta).

Thŭ Nĕkst TĕksT Wŭz Frŭm:

Theta (UK: /ˈθiːtə/, US: /ˈθeɪtə/; uppercase Θ, lowercase θ (which resembles digit 0 with horizontal line) or ϑ; Ancient Greek: θῆτα thē̂ta [tʰɛ̂ːta]; Modern: θήτα thī́ta [ˈθita]) is the eighth letter of the Greek alphabet, derived from the Phoenician letter Teth Phoenician teth.

Thŭ Nĕkst TĕksT Wŭz Frŭm:

The voiceless dental non-sibilant fricative is a type of consonantal sound used in some oral languages. It is familiar to English speakers as the 'th' in thing. Though rather rare as a phoneme in the world's inventory of languages, it is encountered in some of the most widespread and influential (see below). The symbol in the International Phonetic Alphabet that represents this sound is ⟨θ⟩… The IPA symbol is the Greek letter theta, which is used for this sound in Greek, and the sound is thus often referred to as "theta".


Edh __Az a "Crossed D" ( Big Ð Ohr Smahl ð )*

Dreeng 3 May 2019 Thŭ Nĕkst Tĕkst Wŭz Frŭm:

Eth (/ɛð/, uppercase: Ð, lowercase: ð; also spelled edh or eð) is a letter used in Old English, Middle English, Icelandic, Faroese (in which it is called edd), and Elfdalian. It was also used in Scandinavia during the Middle Ages but was subsequently replaced with dh and later d. It is often transliterated as d.[2] The lowercase version has been adopted to represent a voiced dental fricative in the International Phonetic Alphabet.


Thŭ Nĕkst Tĕkst Wŭz Frŭm:

edh (ɛð) or eth

n

(Letters of the Alphabet (Foreign)) a character of the runic alphabet (ð) used to represent the voiced dental fricative as in then, mother, bathe. It is used in modern phonetic transcription for the same purpose. Compare theta2, thorn5

Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014

n.

a letter in the form of a crossed d, written đ or ð, used

  • in Old English writing to represent both voiced and unvoiced th
  • and in modern Icelandic and in phonetic alphabets to represent voiced th

CITE Random House Kernerman Webster's College Dictionary


Dreeng 3 May 2019 Thŭ Nĕkst Tĕkst Wŭz Frŭm:

In Old English, ð (called ðæt by the Anglo-Saxons[3]) was used interchangeably with þ to represent the Old English dental fricative phoneme /θ/, which exists in modern English phonology as the voiced and voiceless dental fricatives now spelled "th".

Unlike the runic letter þ, ð is a modified Roman letter. ð was not found in the earliest records of Old English. A study of Mercian royal diplomas found that ð (along with đ) began to emerge in the early 8th century, with ð becoming strongly preferred by the 780s.[4] Another source indicates that the letter is "derived from Irish writing".[5]

The lowercase version has retained the curved shape of a medieval scribe's d, which d itself in general has not. ð was used throughout the Anglo-Saxon era but gradually fell out of use in Middle English, practically disappearing altogether by 1300;[6] þ survived longer, ultimately being replaced by the digraph th.

In Icelandic, ð represents a voiced dental fricative [ð], which is the same as the th in English that, but it never appears as the first letter of a word, where þ is used in its stead. The name of the letter is pronounced in isolation (and before words beginning with a voiceless consonant) as [ɛθ̠] and therefore with a voiceless rather than voiced fricative.

In Faroese, ð is not assigned to any particular phoneme and appears mostly for etymological reasons; however, it does show where most of the Faroese glides are; when ð appears before r, it is, in a few words, pronounced [ɡ]. In the Icelandic and Faroese alphabets, ð follows d.


Z With A Caron: Big Ž Ohr Smahl ž

Dreeng 2 May 2019 Thuh Nekst Tekst Wuhz Reeflekted Fruhm:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voiced_postalveolar_fricative#Voiced_palato-alveolar_fricative

The voiced palato-alveolar fricative or voiced domed postalveolar fricative is a type of consonantal sound, used in some spoken languages.

Transcription

The symbol in the International Phonetic Alphabet that represents this sound is the lower case form of the letter Ezh ⟨Ʒ ʒ⟩ (/ɛʒ/)… An alternative symbol used in some older and American linguistic literature is ⟨ž⟩, a z with a caron. In some transcriptions of alphabets such as the Cyrillic, the sound is represented by the digraph zh.

Fohr An Egzampul Uhv Thuh Zh vrzhuhn, See Fohnehtik Eeng-Glish Speech Sownd Synz.


Ēŋgliʃ LĭsT Ŭv JŭsT Wŭn Ĉŏr Fōr Ēĉ Wŭn Spēĉ Săōnd


Naeem Uhv Big smahl Văwĕl Lehtr Stahrt With ( Mid Ohr End ) Chahr
Speech Sownd Văwĕl vowel Naeem Big LeTr ĔgzămpuL Smahl LeTr ĔgzămpuL
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT Ă ă ShohrT Aee Ăsk=Ask Trănz=Trans-
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT Ĕ ĕ ĔL=EL
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT Ē ē Ēĉ=Each Pēĉ=Peach
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT Ĭ ĭ ĬgLū=IgLoo Bĭg=Big
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT Ŏ ŏ Ŏmnĭ=Omni Gŏd=God
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT Ō ō Ōpĕn=Open Dōn'T=Don'T
Mid Back Unrounded Vowel Ŭ ŭ Shohrt Uh Ŭp=Up Kŭp=Cup
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT Ū ū ŪbŭnTū=UbunTu
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT Ü ü U With 2 Dots Kahld Diaeresis PüT Bük=Book
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT W w Duhb Vee WăēT=WaiT Hăw=How
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT Y y Yū=Yuu Tōy=Toy


Naeem Uhv Big smŏl Chŏr ĔgzămpuL Uhv Big Chahr ĔgzămpuL Uhv Smahl Chahr
Speech Sownd KŏnsŭnĕnT konsuhnanTss Naeem AT Stahrt Uhv Wrd { In Mid Ohr AT End } Uhv Wrd
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT B b Bee Bük=Book ŎbjĕkT=Objehkt
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT Ĉ ĉ Ĉĕr=Chair, Dĭĉ=Ditch
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT D d Dĭd=Did,
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT F f FăkT=FacT, Ĭf=If
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT G g Gŏd=God, Bĭg=Big
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT J j Jăm=Jam
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT K k KŏēT=KiTe
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT L l Lŭv=Love, Bĭg=Big
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT M m Em Mŏm
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT N n Nō=No
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT Ŋ ŋ Ĕŋ=Eng
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT P p Pŭp=Pup
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT R r Rŭn=Run
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT S s STŏp=STop
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT ʃ ʃ ʃōrT=ShorT = Dĭʃ=Dish
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT T try tü Ŭvōēd Trŏē=Try WōnT, Won'T
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT : Wy PrakTiss UhgehnsT PuT OwT SmahL T : :
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT Θ θ ThaeeTuh .
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT Ð ð Edh Ðat=That, Ēðr=Eethr
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT V v Văn=Van, Hăv=Hav
Nŏn-Lrnd YĕT Z Z Zee Zū=Zoo, Hăz=Has

Egzămpül Egzampul:
Dăwn Thĭs Kŏlŭm Ĭz Down This Kolluhm Iz
1 Ēŋglĭʃ Spēĉ Săwnd Pr 1 Ĉŏr FohnehTik Eeng-Glish Speech Sownd Synz
Ĭn Wĭĉ Ēŋglĭʃ Ĭz ʃōn Ăz ĬT Dŭz Sŭmtŏēmz Ŭpēr In Wich Eeng-Glish Iz Shohn Az It Duz Sumtymz Uhpeer
Wĭθ Ēĉ 1 Măwθ Pōzĭʃŭn Năēmd With Eech 1 Mowth Pohzishuhn Naeemd
Wiĉ Dŭz Kŏz Ĕgzăktlē 1 Spēĉ Săwnd Wich Duz Koz Egzaktlee 1 Speech Sownd
Kŏld Ŭ Mōst Sĭmp Fōnēm Wiθ Ŭ Năēm Kahld Uh Mohst Simp Fohneem WiTh Uh Naeem
Shōn Vēŭ 1 Chŏr Shohn Veeuh 1 Chahr Ohr 2 Chahrz
Az Wŭn Ŭv Ðŭ Mōst Simp Grăfēmz. Az Wuhn Uhv Thuh Fohnehtik Eeng-Glish Speech Sownd Synz Graffeemz.
Ž ž Z With A Caron Žŏŋ=Zhong, Yūžŏŋ=Yuuzhong

End Uhv Paeej Naeemd "Eeng-Glish Fohneemz__".