Difference between revisions of "Phoneticization"

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The '''phonetization''' of a word tries to respresent as closely as possible in English the actual sound of a word as it is pronounced in it's own language.<ref>Rockwell, John (1991), ''A Primer for Classical Literary Tibetan'', p. 1</ref>
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The '''phonetization''' of a word tries to represent as closely as possible in English the actual sound of a word as it is pronounced in it's own language.<ref>Rockwell, John (1991), ''A Primer for Classical Literary Tibetan'', p. 1</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 13:54, 13 August 2019

The phonetization of a word tries to represent as closely as possible in English the actual sound of a word as it is pronounced in it's own language.[1]

  1. Rockwell, John (1991), A Primer for Classical Literary Tibetan, p. 1