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Spell this word correctly.
te mid' e të

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

The closest word that you could spell with these symbols is timidity

Explanation:

There is a correspondence or equivalency between word-phoneme/grapheme by analyzing this word taking into consideration the equivalency of vowels and consonants as in the American standard phonemes system the letters represent:

t = t, tt, ed

ə = a

m = m, mb, mn

ĭ = i, y

d' = d, ed

ē = ee, e_e, -e, ea,ey,-y,ie,ei.

These correspondences can vary from country to country depending on their accent and phonetic reference.

Answer 2
Answer:

Answer:

timidity

Explanation:

te mid' e te


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