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Hi busido,

It's very difficult to describe the exact formations of the mouth used to produce these exact vowel sounds in a way that would be accurate enough to assure success. We usually learn to pronounce examples such as you have offered, and then use those as models for other words with the same vowel sounds.
Perhaps you have another purpose in acquiring this information.
But if your purpose is simply to pronounce the sounds correctly, there are audios available. One site was recently recommended to us, which I thought was quite good. Something like HowSay. Excuse me while I look it up.

http://www.howjsay.com / You can type your samples into the box and hear them clearly pronounced. (Perhaps you can already pronunce them all correctly to your satisfaction. If so, I don't know how to help you.)

- A.
I don't understand your question.
English has 5 vowel letters (a, e, i o, u). Sometimes Y is a vowel letter.
The English language has about 43 different sounds and, depending on who you ask, about 19 different vowel sounds.
We use our mouth, nose, throat and vocal cords to make these sounds.
We spell these sounds in different ways.(there are historical reasons for this).
The study of this topic is called "phonics". There are many textbooks on phonics.
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pardon me.

The questioni post is very fantastic and informal.The appetite for catching the hide meanings of the vowel shall be necessary,rational.

Not only the inquiring for the meanings of phonic vowe shall be learned,but also the oth 26 consonants meanings should be exploit.Do u guys know what i express to u.

It is harmful to some person that the secrets would be exposed to everyone,ISN't???

Iike one case, the open syllable "flu". F implys a "rub face touch "(two things are familiar with each other)meaning,and l implys a "one after one continuous"meaning.So alots of meanings occur from the basic and single letter meanings.

Do u agree with me? Some callings from the mentality of our brain emerges?

Do u be puzzled wth the thing that when u pronounce a word "sad",why not call the word the "the mouth of shape of circle phone"?why not? that's not a historical thing,definitely is the key point of a secret of the basic meaning for which the acoustic feeling express and imply!
Hi busido,
There are probably people who would enjoy writing descriptions of the mouth to see if thereby you could be coaxed into producing the correct sounds. But I think that would be a diversion, and not a practical solution. If this be your chosen work, I wish you Godspeed.

For centuries, people have found the most effective and efficient way to perfect their production of language sounds is by imitation. Still not knowing what your objective is, I repeat this recommendation to you.

Yes, I certainly agree with you that a single letter can be involved in conveying many different meanings.

Best regards, - A.
MR AVANGI:

So could u tell all of us about every letters meaning u have comprehended.

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busidoSo could u tell all of us about every letters meaning u have comprehended.
I dare say not.

The subtle differences between our languages are also fundamental and profound. I have the notion that nuances in phrasing play the role in our language which nuances in words play in yours, but it's only a notion. I could not begin to do the subject justice, but there are many members of EF who could. I hope some of them will engage your issues, and bring some satisfying resolution to your questions.

- A.
Busido:
Are you asking about the shapes and forms of our alphabetic letters, and the hidden meanings or secrets in these shapes?
And when we write words, the letters form new patterns and shapes that we can inerpret in a special way? So our words have more meanings than just their definition from the dictionary?
AlpheccaStars Busido:

Are you asking about the shapes and forms of our alphabetic letters, and the hidden meanings or secrets in these shapes?

And when we write words, the letters form new patterns and shapes that we can inerpret in a special way? So our words have more meanings than just their definition from the dictionary?

to AlpheccaStars :
Absolutely,that's truth!They ara hidden all the time !And i acclaim to u that the master in english are good at decoding every word with every single letter!!!


Frankly speaking,i know all the meaning of consonant,but don't know the every vowel location meanings in our mouth !

to avangi:

notion ?not at all. do u directly answer a question ? can our ancients imitate the pronounce of vowel from anyone else at that time?from god?no! the hidden meanings was created by their mentality and explored from nature------rationalism of greek!

SO someone on the forum who got the secrets should share with us as a responsible to the world and spread of western culture!

thanksgiving!

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