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The IPA phonetic symbol [ɹ]<ref>For technical reasons double brackets appear on the page title.</ref> represents an alveolar approximant, like the most common pronunciation of the [[IPA phoneme /r/|English phoneme /r/]] (as in ''red).''  
 
The IPA phonetic symbol [ɹ]<ref>For technical reasons double brackets appear on the page title.</ref> represents an alveolar approximant, like the most common pronunciation of the [[IPA phoneme /r/|English phoneme /r/]] (as in ''red).''  
  
The symbol /r/ is used instead of /ɹ/ because it is more familiar. However when using a narrow notation it must be noted that [r] is the initial sound of ''Roma'' pronounced in Italian or Spanish.
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The symbol /r/ is used instead of /ɹ/ because it is more familiar. However when using a narrow notation it must be noted that [[IPA phonetic symbol 〚r〛|<nowiki>[r]</nowiki>]] is the initial sound of ''Roma'' pronounced in Italian or Spanish.
  
 
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==Notes==

Revision as of 18:54, 11 June 2014

The IPA phonetic symbol [ɹ][1] represents an alveolar approximant, like the most common pronunciation of the English phoneme /r/ (as in red).

The symbol /r/ is used instead of /ɹ/ because it is more familiar. However when using a narrow notation it must be noted that [r] is the initial sound of Roma pronounced in Italian or Spanish.

Notes

  1. For technical reasons double brackets appear on the page title.