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Gif), netLibrary will represent them as they appear in the original text, and most computers will be able to show the full characters correctly. In order to keep the text searchable and readable on most computers, characters with diacritics that are not part of the ISO 8859-1 list will be represented without their diacritical marks. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. English language-Orthography and spelling-Congresses. , 1950-. Robson, Cliff. 1-dc20 British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data A CIP catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library.
If English orthography is judged only by the degree to which it unambiguously spells the sounds of the language then it clearly leaves much to be desired. This is the position held by spelling reformers. A number of people, however, have argued that if we take other factors into account it becomes a more comprehensible and even 'near optimal' system (Chomsky & Halle, 1968). g. /meId/in different ways (MAID, MADE) is argued to be a desirable state of affairs because the different spellings capture the important fact that, even though they sound the same, they are different words (maid, made) with different meanings.
CHRIS STERLING CLIFF ROBSON NEWCASTLE POLYECHNIC SEPTEMBER 1991 Page ix GLOSSARY Alphabetic writing systems. Orthographies which represent each sound (phoneme) of the language with a different symbol (letter). English is substantially, but not wholly, alphabetic. Digraphs. g. CH, TH, OA, etc. Note: PR, CL, etc. are not digraphs because each letter represents a different phoneme,/p+r/, /k+l/, etc. Dyslexia. A disorder manifested by difficulty in learning to read despite conventional instructional, adequate intelligence and sociocultural opportunity.