Re: /k/ in i.t.a.
|From:||B. Garcia <madyaas@...>|
|Date:||Monday, November 8, 2004, 13:25|
My guess is there's no difference in pronunciation as the Pitman
Initial Teaching Alphabet was designed to make learning to read easier
for English speaking children. My guess on the use is they'd be used
as they are in English. Notice that there are additions for the vowel
sounds of English and consonants that do not have a specific glyph
representation in the Latin alphabet.
You can turn away from me
but there's nothing that'll keep me here you know
And you'll never be the city guy
Any more than I'll be hosting The Scooby Show
Scooby Show - Belle and Sebastian