For instance, most students have few problems (or none) with homophones
, but a single participant accounted for 14 of the 20 incorrect transcriptions that were noticed in this area, potentially skewing the overall result.
Several studies have shown that, in the mind of the speaker of several languages, "the most used language becomes dominant," a concept important for understanding Hemingway's use and comprehensions of Papa/papa/papa-Spanish-English homophones
and heteronyms that have a polysemic quality (Batra et al.
What words could replace the words in blue type below to give each sentence a homophone
They may use a homophone
, such as gr8 for great, or an initial, like, LOL for laugh out loud," Cingel said.
Items included a derivational suffix (/able/ in innumerable), a homophone
(torque), an assimilated prefix (/nn/ in innumerable), and three root words (/arch/ in monarchy; /psych/ in psychology; and /equi/ in equilibrium).
In other Qing editions, texts denoting siyin were altered to jicha siyin or other homophones
Many online checkers are unable to cope with syntax errors, homophones
and unusual/colloquial/foreign language words.
The book includes word lists, charts, lesson plans, and other tools for teachers, as well as basic discussions of word formation, homophones
, vowels and consonants, and special cases.
The main goal of this technique is to use homophones
for encoding text with numerical indexing; as a result the numerical representation can be easily matched with other similar sounding characters having same numerical code.
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Graphs, phonetic models, and calligraphy enhance highly readable entries that account for such conundrums as French homophones
rue/roux, lost languages, and Chinese syllabaries.