Sound, Phoneme and Letter Correlation in the Alphabet and Written Text

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The article is devoted to a problem of correlation between sounds, phonemes and letters in the alphabet and written text. The authors consider a questionable issue of letter meaning classification as a «phoneme - letter» system, so the alphabet is defined as a set of letters (graphemes) expressing phoneme meaning. It is this strong two-way connection between a phoneme and a grapheme that written kinds of speech actions are based on. However, considering sound structure of the text in the given aspect, without taking into account various ways of representing the meaning of the alphabet graphic symbols depending on the context, is impossible. The correlation between sounds, phonemes and letters itself can be considered ambiguously, because of different opinions on Russian vowel and consonant system presented by scientists.

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S Aleksandrovna Deryabina

People's Friendship University of Russia

Email: larionova_sveta_@mail.ru <mailto:larionova_sveta_@mail.ru>
Кафедра русского языка и методики его преподаванияФилологический факультет; Российский университет дружбы народов; People's Friendship University of Russia

T Aleksandrovna Dyakova

Academy of social and educational technologies

Email: larionova86@mail.ru
Кафедра общей педагогики и образовательных технологийАкадемия социальных и образовательных технологий; Тамбовский государственный университет им. Г.Р. Державина; Academy of social and educational technologies

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