Linguist wrote:As English writing has absolutely nothing to do with the pronounciation
Waw, ðät śur iz än ighsór!Ðis is an Ixampel of ðe nyu engliś Spelling. Igh howp yu lighk it!
Ðis is an Ixampel of ðe nyu engliś Spelling. Igh howp yu lighk it!
I can't think of any two words where /θ/ contrasts with /ð/, so it's even less necessary.
I also suggest using capitals for nouns as in German, so nouns and verbs can better be distinguished.
JackFrost wrote:I can't think of any two words where /θ/ contrasts with /ð/, so it's even less necessary.
mouth, mouth (noun = θ vs verb = ð).
mōdgethanc wrote:English spelling is being reformed all the time anyway; most of them are ugly as sin.
Linguist wrote:lol! I discovered that Google now uses an own way to "transcribe" english words in an own phonetic way. If you type one single word into Google Translate, it’ll show you a kind of own way to spell to show how the word is pronounced. They kind of stole my idea in this thread lol
"I use to go to school by bus" would be like "Ī yo͞oz to͞o gō to͞o sko͞ol bī bəz"
"plā st'āSHən fôr" is the way Google spells "PlayStation 4" wtf...
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