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La Langue française Parlée Complétée (LPC) is the French language term for cued French. Literally, "Supplemented Spoken French Language", this term has been adopted over the previous and more general term Le Langage Parlé Complété which was equivalent to the term cued language.
|/ʒzhzh/, /ddd/, /ppp/||jeu (game) de (of) paume (hand)|
|/kkk/, /vvv/, /zzz/||café (cafe), va (go), zéro (zero)|
|/sss/, /rrr/||souris (mouse)|
|/ɥ/, /bbb/, /nnn/||lui1 (him), bon (good), noir (black)|
|/ttt/, /mmm/, /fff/||ton (your) magasin (store) favori (favorite)|
|/ʃshsh/, /www/,/lll/, /ɲ/||chat (cat), oui (yes), la (the), vigne2 (vine)|
|/ŋngng/, /jyy/||camping (camping), fille (girl)|
1This sound is similar to the /ʍhwhw/ sound in some dialects of English.
2This single phoneme is similar to the Spanish ñ or the two phonemes /nnn/ and /jyy/ found in the word lasagna.
3Handshape 7 only represents a single consonant phoneme.
|/a/, /o/, /œ/, /ə/||
ma (my), faux (fake), jeune (young), le (the)
main (hand), feu (fire)
/i/, /ɔ̃/, /ɑ̃/
|lit (bed), ton (your), plan (plan)|
|/u/, /ɛ/, /ɔ/||tous (all), mais (but), fort (strong)|
|/œ̃/, /y/, /e/||un (a), tu (you), blé (wheat)|