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Parent topics

  • Alphabet [r]: Writing system in which symbols - single or multiple letters, such as <a> or <ch> - represent phonemes (significant 'sounds') of a language. [e]
  • English spellings [r]: Lists of English words showing pronunciation, and articles about letters. [e]


  • Vowel [r]: Speech sound with relatively unhindered airflow; different vowels are articulated mainly through tongue movements at the palatal and velar regions of the mouth, and are usually voiced (i.e. involve vocal fold movement). [e]

Other related topics

  • Apostrophe [r]: Sign marking absence of a letter and, in English, possessive case. [e]
  • Consonant [r]: Unit of language, defined in phonetics as a speech sound that involves full or partial 'closure' of the mouth, and in phonology as a segment that cannot occupy the nucleus or 'peak' of a syllable. [e]
  • Esperanto [r]: Artificial language created by L.L. Zamenhof in the late 19th century. [e]
  • French words in English [r]: French words and phrases in English, including a catalog. [e]
  • GH [r]: A digraph (a two-letter grapheme) used with various different values in a number of languages using the Latin alphabet. [e]
  • Gamma (Greek letter) [r]: The third letter of the Greek alphabet, written (upper-case) or (lower-case). [e]
  • Irish language [r]: A Goidelic Celtic language spoken mainly on the island of Ireland and in Canada. [e]
  • Japanese English [r]: English as used by native speakers of Japanese, either for communicating with non-Japanese speakers or commercial and entertainment purposes. Includes vocabulary and usages not found in the native English-speaking world. [e]
  • Ñ [r]: The Spanish letter representing the sound [ɲ] ([nj]). [e]
  • Orthography of Irish [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • Orthography [r]: Art or study of correct spelling and grammar according to established usage. [e]
  • Phoneme [r]: Theoretical unit of language that can distinguish words or syllables, such as /b/ versus /m/; often considered the smallest unit of language, but is a transcription convention rather than a true unit in most models of phonology since the 1960s. [e]
  • Phonetics [r]: Study of speech sounds and their perception, production, combination, and description. [e]
  • Reading [r]: Process of understanding and gaining knowledge from written text. [e]
  • Speech Recognition [r]: The ability to recognize and understand human speech, especially when done by computers. [e]
  • Word (language) [r]: A unit of language, often regarded as 'minimally distinctive' and used to build larger structures such as phrases; languages vary in how distinctive word units are and how much they may be modified. [e]
  • Writing system [r]: A set of signs used to represent a language, such as an alphabet, or a set of rules used to write a language, such as conventions of spelling and punctuation. [e]
  • Abecedarium [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • Alphabets derived from the Latin [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • Diacritic [r]: Little sign, in several writing systems, added on a character and modifying slightly this character, in order to give any information about the pronunciation or, sometimes, in order to distinguish a word from another word. [e]
  • Greek letters used in mathematics [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • Ligature [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • Omniglot [r]: Add brief definition or description

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