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- languages' orthographies offer different degrees of correspondence between spelling and pronunciation. English orthography, French orthography and Danish...
- rarely have perfectly phonemic orthographies; a high degree of grapheme-phoneme correspondence can be expected in orthographies based on alphabetic writing...
- Orthographic reform Orthographic transcription Orthographic variant Orthographic depth Orthographic Latinisation Orthographic projection Orthographic...
- based on its spelling: shallow orthographies are easy to pronounce based on the written word, and deep orthographies are difficult to pronounce based...
- Czech orthography is a system of rules for correct writing (orthography) in Czech. The modern Czech orthographic system is diacritic, having evolved from...
- It is used in the orthographies of Dan, Ch’ol, Nankina, Northern Tepehuán, Temne, Oneida, and Wounaan and also some orthographies of Ibibio. Its lowercase...
- ⟨ ⟩, see IPA § Brackets and transcription delimiters. German orthography is the orthography used in writing the German language, which is largely phonemic...
- Ukrainian orthographies were confirmed in 1920 and 1921. In 1925, the Ukrainian SSR created a Commission for the Regulation of Orthography. During the...
- phonetic and orthographic rules. Dr. José Rizal was one of several proponents (including Trinidad Pardo de Tavera) of reforming the orthographies of the various...
- Orthographic projection (sometimes referred to as orthogonal projection, used to be called analemma) is a means of representing three-dimensional objects...