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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of calostoma lutescens

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of calostoma lutescens:
/kælɔstowmə lutɛsənz/

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  1. Today I will use these as my work lutescens design material
  2. Of course, the choice of some of the larger will be the right thing lutescens
  3. After weaving these can be used as background lutescens, even as the main form of work,
  4. Today's selection of floral materials is also very simple, in addition to these lutescens, I also used some calla lilies and carnations as a work of this material
  5. First, I will put this on these two lutescens flower
  6. As lutescens Cadogan 1-2, the effect will be better
  7. May, like me, with this gesture of flexion this lutescens
  8. If you cover too much this piece of San Weikui doing so you will waste a lutescens texture
  9. We can see this today, I work, we can say simply, also can be a more complex work on the one hand you want to know how to knit this lutescens
  10. These lutescens Further, with this way to put it together, This effect is caused by
  11. In particular the water bamboo grass lutescens, this effect is not bad doing so leaves a feeling of creativity!
  12. Today I use a piece of Lutescens, it is relatively large,wide and long
  13. If the leaves of Lutescens are too sparse, there will be many holes in weaving, but if too dense, weaving will be difficult and less flexible
  14. In general, it would be preferable if the space of the Lutescens leaves was one inch apart. Now I cut off some of the leaf stems, and then put it slightly tilted
  15. Behind the Lutescens ,it provides me enough space to place the flowers
  16. I have placed some of the Sabah leaves at the bottom and placed the Lutescens from the bottom up to the right
  17. you can see that I have done this shape, then I will make use of the space that Lutescens provides
  18. Today, I will use Typha, and I weave a piece of Lutescens, if we do not know how to weave, you can revisit our video of Floral Trivia
  19. I put the weaved Lutescens obliquely on the surface of the foam,cover part of the foam
  20. We have placed Typha, and put Lutescens on the surface of the floral foam