Phonetizer: automatic phonemic transcriptions

If you ever need to transcribe words or sentences into the phonemic alphabet, you may use https://www.phonetizer.com/ui. Simply type or copy and paste the text, and click on “transcribe”.

You can also select some text (not the transcription) in the box on the right, and ask phonetizer to read it for you. It’s artificial reading, but still, it can help students with their pronunciation. At the time of writing, the British voice seems to have a more ‘natural’ intonation than the American one.

 

2 comments on “Phonetizer: automatic phonemic transcriptions

  1. Pingback: IPA phonemic charts and other tools to help students improve their pronunciation | natalialzam

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