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- with such allophones being called positional variants, but some allophones occur in free variation. Replacing a sound by another allophone of the same...
- of the po****tion of Canada were allophones. In 2001, 24.2% of the po****tion of Ontario were allophones. Allophones constitute an increasing share of...
- analyzed as allophones triggered by an underlying /s/ that is subsequently deleted. There is no agreement among scholars on how many vowel allophones Spanish...
- known as allophones of the same phoneme. Allophonic variation may be conditioned, in which case a certain phoneme is realized as a certain allophone in particular...
- voiceless consonant. Allophones of /ə/ in word-final position are heard as [a ɐ]. Allophones of /e o/ are heard as [ɛ̝ ɔ̝]. Allophones occur in free variation...
- written inside vertical pipes (| |), phonemes inside slashes (/ /), and allophones inside brackets ([ ]). Korean has 19 consonant phonemes. For each stop...
- variants. Tagalog has allophones, so it is important here to distinguish phonemes (written in slashes / /) and corresponding allophones (written in brackets...
- effects. Very commonly, such allophones are described as occurring "word-initially" or "word-finally", as opposed to other allophones found "word-medially",...
- nip [nɪp̚] or [nɪʔp] In RP, the lateral approximant /l/, has two main allophones (pronunciation variants): the clear or plain [l], as in light, and the...
- considered allophones of /k/ and /kʼ/. This is especially clear from verb roots in which one consonant is realized as one or the other allophone depending...
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