Interesting information & since I'm rather addicted to phonetics, I could for sure look into these products.Originally Posted by YTG
However, regardless of using this website myself on a very regular basic, it sadly lacks the phonetics of "place" or "person's name", so in order to find the phonetics of say "Australia" or "Paul", I have to rely on www.dictionary.com. Regardless of this website giving American phonetics, we can convert it to the equivalent British phonetics, so for example, if www.dictionary.com says "Jones" as "jOUns", this "OU" diaphthong can be easily understand to "jaUns" for British English.
Any idea about a website OR the dictionary (including if these dictionary that are offered on cambridge.dictionary.com website) if it has phonetics of "places" & "person's name" ???