Interlingua and IPA notation


Interlingua and IPA notation

This article describes the circumstances in which a letter is or may be pronounced differently in Interlingua and in the corresponding IPA value. Speakers have some latitude, however, in choosing the exact pronunciation of a letter or letter group, allowing for the influence of their native language habits as long as it doesn't hinder communication: [Gode (1955), " [http://members.optus.net/~ado_hall/interlingua/gi/spelling/spelling_&_pronunciation.html spelling & pronunciation] ".]

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