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PostSubject: Phonetic Spelling   Fri Apr 11, 2008 5:04 am

When speaking on the telephone, it is sometimes useful to spell a word using English Phonetic Spelling. To spell "Club", for example, you would say: "C for Charlie, L for Lima, U for Uniform, B for Bravo."
It is very easy to learn English Phonetic Spelling. Start by spelling your name, then your company or address. Soon, you will know the whole alphabet. It also helps to remember that there are several groups of words that go together:

Dances: Foxtrot, Tango
Shakespeare: Romeo & Juliet
Men's first names: Charlie, Mike, Oscar, Victor
Cities: Lima, Quebec

A Alpha
B Bravo
C Charlie
D Delta
E Echo
F Foxtrot
G Golf
H Hotel
I India
J Juliet
K Kilo
L Lima
M Mike
N November
O Oscar
P Papa
Q Quebec
R Romeo
S Sierra
T Tango
U Uniform
V Victor
W Whisky
X X-ray
Y Yankee
Z Zulu



According to the International Phonetic Association, the above list is sometimes wrongly called the "International Phonetic Alphabet" Very Happy But its a useful way I think .
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