Speech Assessment Methods Phonetic Alphabet Chart
SAMPA charts of consonants and vowels
Note that you will need a font that supports the Unicode IPA Extensions to see the IPA characters.
Note that SAMPA is not a universal system; it varies from language to language. This chart shows the typical symbols used. For a universal system, see X-SAMPA; For use specific to English, see SAMPA chart for English.
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