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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of phonological

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 phonological:

Derived Form of phonological

comparitive: more phonological
superlative: most phonological
of or relating to phonology
See alsophonology,

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  1. concerning sound phonological
  2. phonological
  3. out of this phonological telephone game makes that vague sounds like hint even more vague
  4. It depends on the language to some extent, like some languages have quite simple phonological systems.
  5. And that's because there are some similar phonological sounds between Hebrew and French don't exist between Hebrew and Arabic.
  6. Now, it's extremely important to learn the phonological system of each language you learn
  7. That phonological system is associated with your native language.
  8. You want to stay away from the phonological system of your own language
  9. and as precisely as possible learn the phonological system of that foreign language that you are studying.
  10. They just taught it from the textbook. They teach them English in the Japanese phonological system.
  11. Because they are processing the language through their own phonological system.
  12. that most children with dyslexia have problems in what is called phonological awareness,
  13. So if your claim is that you are doing better than a phonological-based treatment,
  14. the native English-speaking students are unaware of the phonological
  15. younger students because the rhyming helps to develop phonological awareness.
  16. Phonological awareness is a pre phonics skill, the more students develop
  17. their phonological awareness the better they're going to do at phonics later on.
  18. many things take place that support phonological (sign: P-ON-EAR) development.
  19. 3 Language delays cause weak phonological systems.
  20. When phonological structure is weak, the language production itself is weak.