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    interactive phonemic charts


    Could any of you recommend a good interactive phonemic chart for the IPA English pronunciations?

    I have looked at quite a few which always disappoint with incorrect pronunciations of phonemes - for example, giving a voiced sound to voiceless phonemes such as p, t, s, and the voiceless th.

    I would like to recommend a phonemic chart to my students, but find it quite frustrating to find out that I've given them a great technology which ends up misleading them.

    Any help??


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    Re: interactive phonemic charts

    Is it of any help ? link


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    Re: interactive phonemic charts

    Hey, this looks great. I like the way they have the voiced/voiceless sounds in groups.

    Thanks so much.


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