Internaitional Phonetic Alphabet

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The Internaitional Phonetic ABC (IPA)[I] is a seestem o phonetic notation foondit on the Laitin alphabet, cleckit by the Internaitional Phonetic Association as a staundartised representation o the soonds o spoken langage.[1] The IPA is uised by lingueests, speech pathologists an therapists, fermmit langage teachers an collegianers, sangsters, actors, lexicographers, an translators.[2][3]

  1. International Phonetic Association (IPA), Handbook.
  2. MacMahon, Michael K. C. (1996). "Phonetic Notation". In P. T. Daniels and W. Bright (eds.) (ed.). The World's Writing Systems. New York: Oxford University Press. pp. 821–846. ISBN 0-19-507993-0.CS1 maint: extra text: eeditors leet (link)
  3. Wall, Joan (1989). International Phonetic Alphabet for Singers: A Manual for English and Foreign Language Diction. Pst. ISBN 1877761508.