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Name of convention of romanized vowel pronunciation ("pronounce like Spanish")?

That's how those letters are used in the International Phonetic Alphabet, so I've referred to it before as "the IPA pronunciation".
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Name of convention of romanized vowel pronunciation ("pronounce like Spanish")?

This brief grammar of Interlingua (https://www.interlingua.com/archivos/en/Short%20Interlingua%20grammar%20and%20vocabulary.pdf) calls this a component of "continental" pronunciation. ...
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Name of convention of romanized vowel pronunciation ("pronounce like Spanish")?

This is not a specific convention but it's how the letters have always been pronounced since the Latin alphabet was developed. Sound changes in languages like English and French have simply caused ...
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