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Type IPA phonetic symbols - online keyboard (all languages)

Type IPA phonetic symbols - online keyboard (all languages)
This page allows you to easily type phonetic transcriptions in the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). You can edit your text in the box and then copy it to your document, e-mail message, etc. Press Ctrl with the appropriate letter. For example, to type β, ɓ or ʙ, hold Ctrl and press B one, two or three times. Stop the mouse over each button to learn its keyboard shortcut. If some of the symbols do not display correctly, you need to install an IPA font. You can select text and press Ctrl + C to copy it to your docu­ment. After pasting, you may need to choose the right font in your target application to see all characters (see below for font recommendations).

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sans titre A few explanations before starting: An asterisk * means that the form proposed at the right of this symbol is not acceptable. A capital V stands for Vowel and a capital C for Consonant. /0/ symbolizes an unstressed syllable, /1/ the primary stress and /2/ the secondary stress. Dictionary – online translation – bab.la The bab.la online dictionary is updated daily by a team of language lovers. We do our best to include new words every day. Our editors are always on the lookout for new terms: languages thrive with newly created words. Appendix:English pronunciation English The following tables show the IPA and enPR/AHD symbols which are used to represent the various sounds of the English language. The sounds of Received Pronunciation (RP, UK), General American pronunciation (GenAm, US), Australian English (AuE) and New Zealand English (NZE) are shown. For vowels in other dialects, see Wikipedia's IPA chart for English. An image of an old version of these tables is available.

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List of dialects of the English language The major native dialects of English are often divided by linguists into three general categories: the British Isles dialects, those of North America, and those of Australasia.[2] Dialects can be associated not only with place, but also with particular social groups. Within a given English-speaking country, there will often be a form of the language considered to be Standard English – the Standard Englishes of different countries differ, and each can itself be considered a dialect. Standard English is often associated with the more educated layers of society. Europe[edit] United Kingdom[edit] British English:

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