Phonemes refer to the smallest units of sound in spoken language that make a difference in the meaning of words. When added together, phonemes create syllables, which allows the creation of words; for instance, "ox" is made up of three phonemes: /aa/, /k/, and /s/ (English contains 44 phonemes).
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Phonemes refer to the smallest units of sound in spoken language that make a difference in the meaning of words. When added together, phonemes create syllables, which allows the creation of words; for instance, "ox" is made up of three phonemes: /aa/, /k/, and /s/ (English contains 44 phonemes).
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phonemes refer to the basic sounds that make up language.

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