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Phonetics - Phonology Phonetics is described as the physical property of speech sound, their production and their transcription into a written form, especially sounds that are created when we speak a language. Phonology is also concerned with the way in which sound is produced in speech, but is more often used when referring to the whole sound system of a given language. This can involve rhythm, stress and intonation and can relay meaning behind a message rather than just the analysis of sounds themselves. Both phonetics and phonology have been studied internationally for centuries. Phonetics: The creation of sound, and how it can be translated into written word, is very different from how many of us think about speech and the way in which we convert written word to spoken word. This has to do with the fact that the generic alphabet does not necessarily convey the way in which the sound of a word is to be produced. In fact, the way in which you would expect to sound out a lot of english words based on how they are spelt, is very different to how they sound. For example, for the word ‘beauty’, you must have prior knowledge that the ‘eau’ combination makes a ‘y-oo’ sound and the ‘y’ isn’t as in ‘yes’ or