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This phonemic chart uses symbols from the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). IPA symbols are useful for learning pronunciation. The symbols on this chart represent the 44 sounds used in British English speech (Received Pronunciation or RP, an educated accent associated with but not exclusive to south-east England).

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A link to the discussion of RP (Received Pronuncation) from the British Library's discussion of language. Check out the rest of the tabs while you're there.

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A reading pen reads text to readers and also provides them with an example of fluency and proper pronunciation of words.

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Among other useful things (e.g. typing phonemic symbols without having IPA fonts installed on your device), PhoTransEdit provides Text2Phonetics, which converts English texts up to 300 characters into phonetic transcriptions in the International Phonetic Alphabet, letting you choose between Received Pronunciation (RP) and General American (GA).

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pronunciation | \or-O-tund\ (OAR-oh-tund) #orotund, adjective, origin: latin, english, voice, sound, clear voice, clear sound, words, otherwordly, other-wordly, definitions, O,

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