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Alphabetic orthographies differ in their degree of transparency-that is, in the systematicity of the mapping between letter sequences and phoneme sequences. Inconsistencies in the sound-spelling mappings arise when single orthographic units have multiple pronunciations or single phonological units have multiple spellings. Quantitative assessments of such ambiguities have been carried out in several languages with alphabetic orthographic systems, both in the feedforward direction-that is, fromdoi:10.3758/brm.41.4.991 pmid:19897808 fatcat:23jy5qfo5bczbphys2bdz2aoym