Practice Reading in UNIFON If you
have not downloaded the Unifon font, you will not be able to view the
Unifon script below. Instead, you will see the keyboard
equivalents. If you have not downloaded the font and have a
Windows computer, go to the version that uses the Symbol font.
Click on the radio button by the word that best matches the
image. If you select the correct answer, you will be notified
immediately. As soon as you make a choice, you will be told
whether or not your guess was correct. You only get one try.
As this quiz will demonstrate, Unifon is not difficult to read.
It will take about a week of practice before you will be able to type
some words. You already know the sounds of English, this is what
makes it easy to read and write with phonograms or sound-signs.
In the traditional writing system there are over 14 different
spellings for each sound. A single vowel letter may stand for five
different vowel sounds. With Unifon, the goal is one sound per
symbol. The proper word pronunciation comes from the
dictionary. The on-line Merriam-Webster dictionary is almost
identical to keyboard Unifon. Writing in Unifon is essentially
writing the pronunciation guide spelling rather than the historical
spelling found in the dictionary.
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