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Was anyone else forced to learn IPA?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 24266114:MV8yMDE2NDE4XzMzODg5MTc2XzY4RTE0MTgy] [quote:Anonymous Coward 21987589:MV8yMDE2NDE4XzMzODgzNTQ2XzJCNzg1QUY5] [quote:Anonymous Coward 16800654:MV8yMDE2NDE4XzMzODgzMzgyXzg0MkRBRDVF] east coast early 70s [/quote] same here..NYS of course. [/quote] I also participated in the IPA program in the 70s, 1st grade, NYS. It included a 44 letter alphabet, where boi=boy. I can still recite most of the alphabet, and was always at the top of the class in reading, writing, spelling. :1dunno1: My mother actually had to sign a permission slip in order for me to attend, it was not mandatory, as there was only one first grade class to participate, and only taught for the the one year 72-73. [/quote]
International Phonetic Alphabet
I distinctively remember being forced to learn this in 2nd grade. I think it was some experimental teaching conducted on only certain students.. I remember I thought it was stupid..
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