International PhoneMic Transcription for english: ASCII /ˈæski/ and PhoneTic IPA glyphs (very popular, but: difficult to type on computers). ASCII doesn’t use strange symbols like ʒ or æ, but uses regular symbols like Z,3 or E. Inside: only signs witch are different to english orthographie, basic Theory - what's: phoneme, phonetics... and some mem's. Added: IPA-Buttons. Audio: single sounds & words.
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