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IPA: International Phonetic Alphabet Quiz — American English Pronunciation


This is an International Phonetic Alphabet
symbol quiz. The more you familiarize yourself with the symbols and the sounds they represent,
the easier it will be for you to study English pronunciation. Let’s get started. So, how did you do? If you didn’t do too
well, you might want to go back and review the videos on the International Phonetic Alphabet
symbols. That’s it, and thanks so much for using Rachel’s English.

23 Replies to “IPA: International Phonetic Alphabet Quiz — American English Pronunciation”

  • very useful video! thanks! It is bit difficult for me to distinguish two kinds of "n" on your video (sorry, i can't writ another one which has a leg underneath "n")

  • @LoveLasers Oh, I didn't know you were waiting for a response!! No, sorry, I won't marry you!! But good luck with your English. 🙂

  • Excellent video. It's a real test to realize my phonetic knowledge.
    Rachel, I'm a new follower. I love your web site. I'm from Venezuela.

  • This is total an utter bullshit for actual English People who speak English. Well 75% of the letters where the same but the edited letters such as U would have just been U. Simple as that. I think this video just tries to correct people who have a certain accent to try to correct them in the pronunciation. But still that serves only the limited audience which needs help in a specific way. Just go to England but don't go to bad areas or your English will end up worse than it is already.

  • Hi Rachel, thank u so much for your lessons 😀 and what should i learn next after i finish this IPA symbol??? 😀

  • hi Racheal, I speak english but unfortunately I don´t know how to answer the written exam in Ipa for example the question is what is the spa for the word luxury ? please help thanks

  • Hi Rachel!

    I know this is and old playlist, and it's really amazing.

    One I first learnt about the IPA, one of the things that make a considerable impact on how well I learnt it was that I was shown gifs of images of how the tongue, teeth and jaw intereacted with the rest of the mouth.
    I guess you could implement this if you come up with any future videos on IPA, because that would make clearer how to produce the sound (and not only how it's supposed to sound).

    I really enjoyed watching this play list. Thanks a lot!

  • Hello, Rachel. I'd like to quiz myself but the link in the description is invalid. Could you please deal with this issue?

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