HOMOPHONICS - A WORD OR NOT
Keywords:Etymology, Homophonic, Languages, Loan words, Pronunciation
Languages were studied. The author gathered information about different history of languages. This is an extension to homophones. Similarity or difference of pronunciation of letters, syllables, words, numbers, numerals, characters, symbols, signs, … were discussed. Each has an origin and its pronunciation greatly matters in communication. Examples are given to show homophonics.
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