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Linguistics A predictable phonetic variant of a phoneme.

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the particular phonetic realizations (allophones) of an “underlying” phonemic form Often one allophone will most easily be stated as “elsewhere”. e.
English consonants: Phonemes and Allophones Phonemes Rough
English consonants: Phonemes and Allophones. Effects related to aspiration and . 'devoiced' voiced sounds and a few other issues.
Phoneme and Allophone
Allophones are grouped in a phoneme on the basis of "phonetic similarity", simple "elsewhere" statement for the distribution of the final allophone in any list.
Phonemes and Allophones
Allophones. Minimal Pairs and. Complementary.

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Montréal doit arrêter de quêter de l'argent
partout et son immigration massive allophone. Montréal n'a plus de cachet, n'a plus d'attrait. Cessons de demander aux autres ce que nous ne faisons pas nous-mêmes, c'est-à-dire entretenir notre ville adéquatement.

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Allophone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Allophone (Quebec) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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allophone - definition and examples of allophones
In linguistics, an audibly distinct variant of a phoneme.
What is an allophone?
Jan 5, 2004 An allophone is a phonetic variant of a phoneme in a particular language.

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