The International Phonetic Alphabet

On this site, I often use The International Phonetic Alphabet, a notation used to describe the sounds of spoken language.  Because not everybody is aquainted with the IPA, I have included a number of handy resources for the uninitiated:

Whenever possible I try to link back to these sections of the site, so dialect newbies won’t get confused.  Feel free to give me any feedback about these tools!

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    but i don’t know which dictionary is s
    reasonabe.

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