Pitulung:IPA/Jawa

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Konsonan
IPA Conto
b bon
d deux, grande
f faire, vif
ɡ garçon, longue
k corps, avec
l laisser, possible, seul
m même
n nous, bonne
ɲ gagner, champagne
p père, groupe
ʁ regarder, nôtre[1]
s sans, ça, assez
ʃ chance
t tout, thé, grand-oncle
v vous, wagon, neuf heures
z zéro, raison, chose
ʒ jamais, visage
Konsonan ngamanca
Djakarta, jazz, budget
ŋ camping, bingo[2]
Datcha, ciao, sandwich
x jota, khamsin[3]
Semivokal
j fief, payer, fille, travail
w oui, loi, moyen, web, whisky
ɥ huit, Puy
Vowels[4]
Oral vowels
IPA Conto
a patte, là
ɑ pâte, glas[5]
e clé, les, chez, aller, pied, journée
ɛ baie, faite, mettre, renne, crème, peine
ɛː fête, mtre, mètre, reine, rtre, caisse, presse, Lemaistre, Lévesque[5]
ə le, reposer, monsieur, faisons
i si, île, régie, y
œ sœur, jeune
ø ceux, jner, queue
o saut, haut, bureau
ɔ sort, minimum
u coup, roue
y tu, sûr, rue
Vokal nasal
ɑ̃ sans, champ, vent, temps, Jean, taon
ɛ̃ vin, impair, pain, daim, plein, Reims, synthèse, sympa, bien
œ̃ un, parfum[5]
ɔ̃ son, nom
Suprasègmèntal
IPA Conto Jlèntrèhan
ˈ moyen [mwaˈjɛ̃][6]
. pays [pe.i][7]
les agneaux [lez‿aˈɲo]

Cathethan[besut | besut sumber]

  1. The French rhotic /ʁ/ is usually uvular, but it varies by region. For example, in Québec both [r] and [ʀ] are used, depending on both region and age.
  2. In European French, Cithakan:IPAslink is often pronounced [ŋɡ], but in Québec, it is merged with /ɲ/.
  3. Often replaced by [ʁ].
  4. Nasal vowels are lengthened before any consonant, but oral vowels are lengthened before [v, ʁ, z, ʒ].
  5. a b c In Parisian French, /œ̃/ is usually merged with /ɛ̃/, /ɑ/ with /a/ and /ɛː/ with /ɛ/. The pairs may be distinguished in Belgian, Swiss and Canadian French and in some regions of France or among older speakers.
  6. The stress falls on the last full syllable of a phrase except in emphatic speech.
  7. The syllable break ⟨.⟩ is used sparingly.