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ⓘ Close front unrounded vowel




                                     

ⓘ Close front unrounded vowel

The close front unrounded vowel, or high front unrounded vowel, is a type of vowel sound that occurs in most spoken languages, represented in the International Phonetic Alphabet by the symbol i. It is similar to the vowel sound in the English word meet - and often called long-e in American English. Although in English this sound has additional length and is not normally pronounced as a pure vowel, some dialects have been reported to pronounce the phoneme as a pure sound. A pure sound is also heard in many other languages, such as French, in words like chic.

Close front unrounded vowel the vowel equivalent palatally approximant used in various transcription systems represent the same sound.

Languages that use the Latin alphabet generally use the letter ⟨I⟩ to represent the sound, although there are some exceptions: in English orthography this letter typically associated with /aɪ/ as in bite or /ɪ/ in bit and /iː/ is more widely represented ⟨e⟩, ⟨EA⟩, ⟨UO⟩, ⟨ie⟩ And ⟨EI⟩, as in the words SC e ne, EA, N, m e t n e CE, conc EI ve, see the great vowel shift. Irish orthography reflects both etymology and Whether preceding consonants broad or slender, so such combinations as ⟨AI⟩, ⟨EI⟩, and ⟨AEI⟩ all represent /iː/.

                                     
  • rounded vowel ʉ Close central unrounded vowel ɨ Close front rounded vowel y Close front unrounded vowel i Close vowel Close - mid back rounded vowel o
  • near - open front unrounded vowel and open back unrounded vowel or open back rounded vowel respectively. The near - open central unrounded vowel is sometimes
  • close close - mid, mid, open - mid and open each among the front unrounded front rounded, and back rounded vowels as well as an open central vowel for
  • represents the close front unrounded vowel i like the pronunciation of i in machine or the near - close near - front unrounded vowel ɪ like the
  • represents the close front unrounded vowel i like the pronunciation of i in machine or the near - close near - front unrounded vowel ɪ like the
  • language where it represents a nasalized close - mid front unrounded vowel or open - mid front unrounded vowel ẽ ɛ Ẽ ẽ : Latin letter Ẽ Cyrillic characters
  • denotes the vowel closeness with close vowels at the top of the diagram, and horizontal position denotes the vowel backness, with front vowels at the left
  • The close central rounded vowel or high central rounded vowel is a type of vowel sound used in some spoken languages. The symbol in the International
  • have the near - close back unrounded vowel which does not have a separate IPA symbol in their inventory. The near - close back protruded vowel is typically
  • The near open front rounded vowel or near low front rounded vowel is a type of vowel sound, not confirmed to be phonemic in any spoken languages

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