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"consonante" Italian translation





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Meaning: consonant

La lettera 'b' è una consonante.

The letter 'b' is a consonant.

Meaning: constant

La velocità della luce nel vuoto è una costante.

The speed of light in vacuum is a constant.

Meaning: consonance

L'accordo tra le due voci crea una piacevole consonanza.

The harmony between the two voices creates a pleasant consonance.


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La consonante 'b' si pronuncia come 'bi'.

The consonant 'b' is pronounced as 'bee'.

Le consonanti sono le lettere dell'alfabeto che non rappresentano vocali.

Consonants are the letters of the alphabet that do not represent vowels.

La parola 'cane' inizia con la consonante 'c'.

The word 'dog' starts with the consonant 'c'.

La doppia consonante rende la pronuncia più difficile.

The double consonant makes the pronunciation more difficult.

Ho imparato a distinguere tra le diverse consonanti.

I have learned to distinguish between different consonants.

Nella lingua italiana, ci sono molte combinazioni di consonanti.

In the Italian language, there are many combinations of consonants.

La lettera 'h' è una consonante muta in italiano.

The letter 'h' is a silent consonant in Italian.

Le consonanti dure e dolci hanno suoni diversi.

Hard and soft consonants have different sounds.

Nel linguaggio poetico, spesso si usano le allitterazioni di consonanti.

In poetic language, alliterations of consonants are often used.

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The word "consonante" in Italian means "consonant" in English. It refers to a speech sound produced by obstructing or constricting the airflow in some way, typically with the articulatory organs.

In Italian phonetics, consonants are classified based on their place and manner of articulation. The place of articulation refers to the location where the airflow is obstructed or constricted, such as the lips, teeth, or tongue. The manner of articulation describes how the airflow is modified, such as whether it is stopped completely (plosives), partially blocked (fricatives), or allowed to pass through a narrow channel (approximants).

Understanding the concept of consonantes is essential for learning and pronouncing Italian words correctly. By mastering the different consonant sounds and their articulation, learners can improve their pronunciation and fluency in the language.

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