How Do I Write My Name Phonetically?

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How do I write my name phonetically? This depends on what kind of phonetics you want to use. If you want to use the IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) you need the table of phonetic characters and symbols. The name Amy would be phonetically spelled AY-mee. If you want to use the military form of phonetics Amy would look like this: Alpha Mike Yankee.
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1. Sound out the word that you want to write. Pronounce it syllable by syllable. Write out each syllable as it sounds. Leave a space between each syllable. For example, you can write
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1 Forget everything you learned about grammar and spelling in school! Ad 2 Make a list of commonly used words such as: the, is, was, you etc. and convert these words to phonetic pronunciations
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It would be a writing system in which the pronunciation mirrors how the words are exactly spoken. This leaves no room for silent letters or letters that change pronunciation based
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There is a set of characters that are routinely used to transliterate foreign words, and seeing a string of these in a text is usually a reliable indicator that the word in question
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