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English Phonotypic Alphabet

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English Phonotypic Alphabet

The English Phonotypic Alphabet is a phonetic alphabet developed by Sir Isaac Pitman and Alexander John Ellis to simplify the English spelling.

It was originally published in June 1845. The same year another version was extended to German, Arabic, Spanish, Tuscan, French, Welsh, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese and Sanskrit languages.

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English Phonotypic Alphabet Wikipedia


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