Its called the phonetic alphabet. Use it! Dont make up your own. I always make up my own.

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This post begins a series on the sounds of English.  First, a brief discussion of phonetics, phonology, and orthography of English: To begin with, let's talk terminology. These concepts of phonetic...

Sounds of English: Introduction

The links on this page are the work of the BBC Learning English team and this is gratefully acknowledged. Alex Bellem on learning English sounds The IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) Quickly re…

How You Can Turn Traveling the World into Your Job International Morse Code - Phonetic Alphabet

How You Can Turn Traveling the World into Your Job International Morse Code - Phonetic Alphabet

internation phonetic alphabet consonants | ... : International Phonetic Alphabet -Consonants & Stress

When we use our phonological skills to speak, we activate different parts of our palate through vibration. This image illustrates which parts of our lips, tongue, palate, and throat are in use when we make consonant sounds.

Police codes infographic. Will have to check the codes with LEO to ensure that they are correct.

Police codes infographic

This infographic has all police codes including APCO 10 codes, 11 codes, phonetic alphabet & more. View this police scanner code visual.

Phonetic Alphabet II Prints by The Vintage Collection at AllPosters.com

Phonetic Alphabet II

NATO Phonetic Alphabet : my siblings and I always knew these because my dad was an amateur radio operator.~ quote from Mary Ryan

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These pages are about pronouncing or saying the letters of the English alphabet. It is important to understand that the letters of the alphabet do NOT always represent the same sounds of English. English pronunciation for ESL learners.

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