Here's the list for French at least.
_e/_trange (e with acute accent)
_i^_le (i with circumflex accent)
Ea_u_ for W (there isn't a direct equivalent of this letter in French.)
E/_ch_arpe for X
Enc_y_clope/die (not exact, but used as a vowel here.)
On 12/11/05, Gary Shannon <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I'm looking for a way to convey proper pronunciation
> of conlang letters to non-linguists who may have
> different native languages. It's all well and good to
> describe "A" as sounding like the "A" in "father", but
> for a non-English speaker, that doesn't help.
> What I'd like is a table with columns across the top
> for various languages so that "A" might be described
> in the "English" column as "fAther", and in the
> "Deutsch" column as "vAter", and in the Espanol column
> as "pAdre", and so on.
> The sounds I need are shown in this table:
> What I need is exemplar words for several other
> languages. At the very least Spanish, French, and
> German, but what other languages would be good to have
> in such a table?