Raised when a phoneme is reached.
Assembly: System.Speech (in System.Speech.dll)
A phoneme is a basic component of written language, typically a letter of an alphabet (or the combination of two letters) that represents one or more distinct sounds. For example, the letter “c” is a phoneme that may sound like “s” in “cinder”, or like “k” in “catch”. A written word is an assemblage of phonemes. Changing a phoneme in a word will alter its spelling.
A SpeechSynthesizer instance generates a event for each portion of a word that constitutes a phoneme. For example, for the word “theme” would generate three events; one for the “th” sound, one for the “e” sound, and one for the “m” sound (me).
For an example and information about data associated with the event, see PhonemeReachedEventArgs.
Available since 3.0