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An Analysis upon Phonological Comparison between English and Hindi Language | Original Article

Saroj Bishnoi*, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


Bilingual speakers of Hindi and English regularly combine English and Hindi in their regular discussion. This propels us to raise a mixlanguage Hindi-English recognizer. For this reason, we require decently prepared English and Hindi recognizers. For preparing our English recognizer we have available to us numerous hours of clarified English speech information. For Hindi, nonetheless, we have exceptionally constrained assets. Information from the phonology of English has been significant in the advancement of phonological and sociophonological theory all around its later past. Assuming that we had not had English to examine, we assert, with both its one of a kind and its broadly imparted phonological phenomena, linguistic theory may have advanced contrastingly. In this article, we record a percentage of the courses in which specific English phonological phenomena have driven hypothetical advancements in phonology and identified zones, as a commitment to the history of later phonological theorising. As we do this, we set in their connection the other distinct articles in the Special Issue of Language Sciences on 'Issues in English Phonology' to which this article is a presentation, illustrating both their substance and how they identify with and look to development our comprehension of the English phonological phenomena being referred to.