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Phonchart2008 - antimoon.com Advice and help for serious English learners Phonetic alphabets reference The IPA column contains the symbol in the

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antimoon .com Advice and help for serious English learners Phonetic alphabets reference The IPA column contains the symbol in the International Phonetic Alphabet, as used in phonemic transcriptions in modern English dictionaries. The ASCII column shows the corresponding symbol in the Antimoon ASCII Phonetic Alphabet, which can be used to type the pronunciation of words on a computer without the use of special fonts. For a full description of the alphabets + audio recordings of the sounds, visit www.antimoon.com/ipa vowels consonants ^ cu p, lu ck b b b ad, lab @9± a: a rm, fa ther d d d id , lad y ae @ ca t, bla ck ff f ind, if .. a way, cine ma g g g ive, flag e me t, be d hh h ow, h ello 29 q ± e:(r) tur n, lear n j j y es, y ellow i hi t, si tti ng k k c at, back h9± i: see , hea t l l l eg, l ittle o ho t, ro ck m m m an, lem on N9± o: ca ll, fou r nn n o, ten u pu t, cou ld M Ns i n g , fin ger t9± u: blue , foo d p p p et, map `H± ai fi ve, eye r r r ed, tr y `T± au now , ou t s s s un, miss nT / ?T± Ou go , ho me R Ss h e, crash d? q ± e..(r) where , air tt t ea, gett ing dH± ei say , eigh t sR tS ch eck, ch urch H? q ± i..(r) near , here S th th ink, both
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2012 for the course ECE 5526 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '09 term at FIT.

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