'IPA Chart', a website where you can listen to the actual pronunciation of the International Phonetic Alphabet for free
many languages in the world, and the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is defined to describe the pronunciation of every language in the world. In the ' IPA Chart ', you can hear the actual pronunciation of each International Phonetic Alphabet for free, so I actually checked the pronunciation of many phonetic symbols.
The International Phonetic Alphabet is a phonetic alphabet defined to describe the pronunciation of languages that exist all over the world. For example, the International Phonetic Alphabet when pronounced 'IPA' in English is written as follows.
IPA Chart is a website where you can hear the actual pronunciation of the International Phonetic Alphabet. You can hear the actual pronunciation by clicking on the International Phonetic Alphabet lined up in a row.
rounded vowel that is pronounced with the lips rounded.
At the top of the page is a list of International Phonetic Alphabets for 'Vowels'. In the part where two symbols are lined up, the symbol on the right side shows the
Below the vowels is a list of consonants that are pronounced by creating airflow in the lungs.
'Affricates ' that include the unvoiced alveolar affricate , which is a consonant of the Japanese 'tsu', are also covered.
In addition, 'Other symbols' that are not included in the above classification and
At the top of the IPA Chart page, it is explained that 'the pronunciation you can hear on this page is just a rough guide. There are many pronunciation variations depending on the language and context.'