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- Is one of a set of multiple possible spoken sounds (or phones) or signs used to pronounce a single phoneme in a particular language.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_phonology#Allophony https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allophone#English https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_phonology#Allophones_of_consonants https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_phonology#Allophones_of_vowels
These six silly sisters are sweet to meet. [ðiːz sɪks sɪlɪ sɪstə aː swiːt tuː miːt] sheep [ʃiːp] ship [ʃɪp] heat [hiːt] hit [hɪt] feet [fiːt] fit [fɪt] cheap [ʧiːp] chip [ʧɪp] eel [iːl] ill [ɪl] receive [rɪˈsɪːv] sieve [sɪv] leave [liːv] live [lɪv] peach [piːʧ] pitch [pɪʧ] litre [liːtər] litter [lɪtər] leap [liːp] lip [lɪp] wheel [wiːl] will [wɪl] seek [siːk] sick [sɪk]
Did Ed wed Liz or did Liz wed Ted? tin [tɪn] ten [ten] hill [hɪl] hell [hel] did [dɪd] dead [ded] bid [bɪd] bed [bed] middle [mɪdle] medal [medl] fill [fɪl] fell [fel] pin [pɪn] pen [pen]
I bet you bat better then your fans in the fens. head [hɛd] had [hæd] shell [ʃɛl] shall [ʃæl] net [nɛt] gnat [næt] end [ɛnd] and [ænd] expensive [ɪkˈspɛnsɪv] expansive [ɪkˈspænsɪv]
Cut the cackle and come up with the cash! cat [cæt] cut [kʌt] cap [cæp] cup [kʌp] dam [dæm] dumb [dʌm] stamp [stæmp] stump [stʌmp] ankle [əŋkəl] uncle [ʌŋkəl] bat [bæt] but [bʌt] swam [swæm] swum [swʌm] bank [bænk] bunk [bʌnk]
My hard hearted aunt had a fat cat in her flat. cat cart hat heart had hard am arm chat chart
dad [dæd] dared [deəd] glad [ɡlæd] glared [ɡleəd] marry [mæri] Mary [meəri]
ate [eɪt] eat [iːt] faced [feɪst] feast [fiːst] great [ɡreɪt] greet [ɡriːt] mate [meɪt] meet [miːt]
coat [kəʊt] caught [kɔːt] dough [dəʊ] door [dɔːr] sew [səʊ] saw [sɔː] flow [fləʊ] floor [flɔːr]
wet [wet] vet [vet] werse [wɜrs] verse [vɜrs] while [waɪl] vile [vaɪl] west [west] vest [vest] wery [weri] very [very]
wrong [rɒŋ] long [lɒŋ] royal [rɔɪjəl] loyal [lɔɪjəl] missread [mɪsˈred] missled [mɪsˈled] pirate [paɪrət] pilot [paɪlət] pray [praɪ] play [plaɪ] red [red] led [led] crime [kraɪm] climb [claɪm] crash [kræʃ] clash [klæʃ] rice [raɪs] lice [laɪs] rock [rɒk] lock [lɒk]
ran [ræn] rang [ræŋ] son [sʌn] sung [sʌŋ] pin [pɪn] ping [pɪŋ] thin [θɪn] thing [θɪŋ] wind [wɪnd] winged [wɪŋd]
sum [sʌm] sun [sʌn] sung [sʌŋ] rum [rʌm] run [rʌn] rung [rʌŋ]
buzz [bʌz] bus [bʌs] rise [raɪz] rice [raɪs] zip [zɪp] sip [sɪp] lazy [leɪzɪ] lacy [leɪsi] his [hɪz] hiss [hɪs] cause [cɔːz] course [kɔːrs] plays [pleiz] place [pleɪs] grows [ɡrəʊz] gross [ɡrəʊs]
ship [ʃɪp] sip [sɪp] show [ʃəʊ] so [səʊ] shy [ʃaɪ] sigh [saɪ] chauffeur [ʃəʊfər] sofa [səʊfə] shock [ʃɒk] sock [sɒk]
vault [vɔːlt] fault [fɔːlt] believe [bɪliːv] belief [bɪliːf] live [laɪv] life [laɪf] van [væn] fan [fæn] leave [liːv] leaf [liːf] of [ɒv] off [ɒf] rival [raɪvəl] rifle [raɪfəl]
very [ˈveri] berry [ˈberi]
dame [daɪm] tame [taɪm] doom [duːm] tomb [tuːm] medal [medəl] metal [metəl] heard [hɜːrd] hurt [hɜːrt] din [dɪn] tin [tɪn] do [duː] to [tuː] down [daʊn] town [taʊn] aid [eɪd] eight [eɪt] bed [bed] bet [bet]
back [bæk] pack [pæk] cab [cæb] cap [kæp] symbol [sɪmbəl] simple [sɪmpəl] bare [beə] pair [peə] bunch [bʌnʧ] punch [pʌnʧ] bump [bʌmp] pump [pʌmp] bull [bʊl] pull [pʊl]
glue [ɡluː] clue [kluː] ghost [ɡəʊst] coast [kəʊst] log [lɒɡ] lock [lɒk] pig [pɪɡ] pick [pɪk] game [ɡeIm] came [keɪm] gauge [ɡeɪdʒ] cage [keɪdɡ] galleries [ɡæləriːz] calories [kæləriːz]
choke [ʧəʊk] joke [dʒəʊk] chunk [ʧʌnk] junk [dʒʌŋk] rich [rɪʧ] ridge [rɪdʒ] lunch [lʌnʧ] lunge [lʌndʒ] search [sɜːrʧ] surge [sɜːrdʒ]