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Sorry, I had to snip.
This is fine as long as you have an older human teaching a much younger human. (I'm still buttuming that this research that kids learn how to hear inaudible sounds before they are one year old.) How do you go from a spelling set to computized voice? Shouldn't there be some hint of pronunciation encoded (somehow) in the glyph? Let me back up and ask a better question. Should an ANSI standard include the pronunciation clues in its computer character standard?
I don't know; maybe I need to back even more because there is a more basic question to ask. This is all part of a new design. You have to keep backing up to find the first basic question. That usually becomes your primary goal.
I'm writing this well.
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Brian Boutel Back in the late 1970's DECUS Europe was rotating its annual conferences between several countries. I remember how convenient it was for...
Yea, I spent my whole time there trying to figure out why they left the n's out of words...it took me a long time to figure out that their Pango pango was pago pago.
I won't tell you how long it took me to equate the Mbuttachusetts town of Wooster to Worcester. I would pronounce it Wor-kes-ter and nobody here knew whatthef*** I was talking about. It took watching a local weather forecast on TV before I equated the sound with the spelling.
Sure you could :-).