IPA
The abbreviation for the term International Phonetic Alphabet. It denotes a phonetic alphabet for writing language sounds that was devised by the International Phonetic Association.

Notes:
1. Each symbol represents just one sound and each sound is represented by just one symbol.
2. It is designed to represent aspects of voice-oriented language, such as phonemes and intonation. An extended symbol set called the Extensions to the IPA is used to represent other kinds of speech sounds, such as tooth-gnashing and lisping.

Example -

The IPA chart for pulmonic consonants.
The IPA chart for pulmonic consonants.



For the complete IPA pronunciation chart, click here.



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