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Christian
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9 votes
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Is there a difference between the terms `plosive` and `stop`?

7 votes
3 answers
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List of French minimal pairs

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6 answers
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Tonal Language with more than 5 tones

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2 answers
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Size of active vocabulary in hunter gather tribes

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2 answers
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At what age do children lose the ability to hear phomene differences that their native language doesn't make?

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6 answers
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Are there minimal pairs between normal length and long vowels in English?

3 votes
2 answers
282 views

Relationship between "see" and "look"

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1 answer
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Is it more difficult to learn Japanese or English for a Chinese?

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2 answers
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Resource for German minimal pairs

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1 answer
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Which English phonemes can be distinguished via lip-reading?

2 votes
1 answer
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What are the terms for a) the constituent before a preposition and b) the constituent after a preposition?

2 votes
1 answer
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What is the lexical relationship between 'kingdom' and 'phylum'?

2 votes
4 answers
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Are there names for the individual diphthongs?

2 votes
1 answer
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Where can I lookup what language corresponds to a IANA language tag?

2 votes
1 answer
563 views

How do I translate a DARPA phonetic alphabet transcription into an IPA transcription

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0 answers
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Symbols for IPA categories

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0 answers
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Database of words that differ by one phoneme

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1 answer
465 views

Minimal set of prepositions

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2 answers
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Where does English need a lot more effort to say the same thing than another language? [closed]

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0 answers
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Is the Schwa in English rounded or unrounded?

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1 answer
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Is there a list of which of the diphthongs in the English language are wide and which are narrow available?

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1 answer
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Is there a language that's as trialistic as English is dualistic?

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2 answers
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Free list of emotional valence of words