could help me understand realization in this context?
[color=blue]In varieties of African-American English, the interdental fricatives are [realized [as either alveolar stops or labiodental fricatives, depending upon the location of the fricative in the word.
When located at the beginning of a word, the interdental fricative is realized as . For example, the word thin is pronounced as . When located word-medially or word-finally, the interdental fricative is realized as . For example, the word bath is pronounced as .
[color=red]Note: after every “as” there should be a sign (phonetical one) that is not a character in the keybord (by the way how can it be posted)