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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of featural

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 featural:
/fit͡ʃɹ̩əl/

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  1. They develop Korean Hangul, a featural alphabet. Every syllable gets separated out into its
  2. The featural alphabet was so simple and straightforward that one of the kings historians almost
  3. become all featural, characters grouped by their phonetic properties.
  4. Yeah, ok, so in Korea, since featural alphabets get treated as a separate type of writing
  5. They develop Korean Hangul, a featural alphabet. Every syllable gets separated out into its
  6. The featural alphabet was so simple and straightforward that one of the kings historians almost
  7. become all featural, characters grouped by their phonetic properties.
  8. been made with it does indeed look good. its somewhat of a featural system, in that similar
  9. Sindarin is written with a script called the Tengwar, which are best described as a featural
  10. talk about the Tengwar is how its a featural writing system.
  11. and here to discuss what it means for a writing system to be featural is Josh from NativLang.
  12. you already know what a featural writing system is. you know, when similar letters represent
  13. a featural writing system implies that its creators had a decent understanding of phonetics,
  14. a featural writing system, and Im pretty sure I heard somewhere that it uses base twelve!
  15. You can tell I was trying for a sort of featural script, where sounds with similar phonetic
  16. Now, featural systems are kinda weird, in that they encode phonetic information, not sounds.