IPA phonemic charts and other tools to help students improve their pronunciation

These are some of my favourite phonemic charts. They can be useful to help students make sense of phonetics, and realise they can help them improve their pronunciation and overall phonological control:

Screenshot from Sounds Right app

You may also be interested in this tool to create automatic phonemic transcriptions.

Alternatively, if you need to type IPA symbols, you can copy and paste the transcriptions from a dictionary. My favourite one for that is the Macmillan dictionary.  You can visit this website: https://ipa.typeit.org/. 

Finally, you can find links to and ideas on how to use ‘living’ pronunciation dictionaries here.

One comment on “IPA phonemic charts and other tools to help students improve their pronunciation

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