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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of ttr

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 ttr:

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  1. one will have the highest ttr and which will will have the lowest ttr
  2. so so let us go to the definition of ttr so if high ttr it will be tendency to use the
  3. new words what what about low ttr if you have low ttr that is tendency to use same word
  4. ttr ok and this also make sense now one thing you must be conscious about that ttr in in
  5. so now you first compute ttr for the initial thousand tokens one to thousand ok get a ttr
  6. compute ttr and then take an average so you compute ttr on moving window of thousand length
  7. There's a YZ1, what was it, TTR.
  8. So this is a TTR 125.
  9. they've got a TTR 110 for $2240,
  10. the TTF's and the TTR's.
  11. by tangent tracing TTR which stands for tangent tracing. This is an example tangent tracing.
  12. get the ttr type token ratio ok so what this ratio indicates that tells on
  13. complete shakespeare work and we try to find out what is the ttr for each of this so our
  14. eight thousand eighteen word types so how do we complete ttr you just find out we just
  15. that will give me the ttr that is close to point one one two
  16. plus tokens and twenty nine thousand plus types and type ttr comes to be much more than
  17. same word repeatedly so that means they will have the lowest ttr ok on the other hand it
  18. ok so can you can you guess which of the remaining one will have the second lowest ttr where
  19. verbs that that we use ok so that's why ttr is again found to be low in academic prose
  20. ok so ttr is scores the lowest value in the case