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^Juga sebuah alofon dari /x/ sebelum konsonan bersuara.
^غ dan ق menyatakan fonem dalam bahasa Persia Klasik yang berasal dari bahasa Arab, the voiced velar fricative [ɣ] and the voiceless uvular stop [q] (pronounced in Persian as voiced uvular stop [ɢ]), respectively. In modern Tehrani Persian (both colloquial and standard dialects), the phonemes of غ and ق are allophones; when /ɣ/ (spelled either غ or ق) occurs at the beginning and the end of a word, post-consonantal position, and syllable-final position, it is realized as a voiced uvular plosive [ɢ], when /ɢ/ (also spelled either غ or ق) occurs intervocalically, it is realized as a voiced velar fricative [ɣ]; the allophone is probably influenced by Turkic languages like Azeri and Turkmen. The sounds remain distinct in Persian dialects of southern Iran and Eastern Persian dialects (Dari and Tajik).
^ abcdThe unvoiced stops /p,t,tʃ,k/ are aspirated much like their English counterparts: they become aspirated when they begin a syllable, though aspiration is not contrastive.
^A trilled allophone [r] occurs word-initially (Spanish/Italian/Russian R); trill [r] as a separate phoneme occurs word-medially especially in loanwords of Arabic origin as a result of gemination of [ɾ].
^While و is pronounced [v] in Iranian Persian, it is pronounced as [w] in Dari.
^Juga sebuah alofon dari /s/ sebelum konsonan bersuara.
^Juga sebuah alofon dari /ʃ/ sebelum konsonan bersuara.
^Velar nasal [ŋ] is an allophone of /n/ before [g], [k], [ɣ], [ɢ], and [x] in native vocabulary.
^Stress falls on the last stem syllable of most words. For the various exception and other clarifications, see Persian phonology#Stress
^ abcIn the modern Persian script, the "short" vowels /æ/, /e/, /o/ are usually not written as is done in the Arabic alphabet; only the long vowels /ɒː/, /iː/, /uː/ are represented in the text. This, of course, creates certain ambiguities.
^[e] is also an allophone of /æ/ in word-final position in contemporary Iranian Persian.
^The Persian /e/ doesn't quite line up with any English vowel, though the nearest equivalents are the vowel of bate (for most English dialects) and the vowel of bet; the Persian vowel is usually articulated at a point between the two.
^The Persian /o/ doesn't quite line up with any English vowel, though the nearest equivalents are the vowel of boat (for most English dialects) and the vowel of raw; the Persian vowel is usually articulated at a point between the two.
^/ou/ becomes [o] in colloquial Tehrani dialect but is preserved in other Western dialects and standard Eastern Persian.
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