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SAMPA chart for English

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A concise version of SAMPA for English sounds

See a more complete SAMPA chart of sounds found in most of European languages.

SAMPA: English Consonants
SAMPAExamples
pEnglish pen
bEnglish but
tEnglish two
dEnglish do
tSEnglish chair, picture
dZEnglish gin, joy
kEnglish cat, kill, queen
gEnglish go, get
fEnglish fool, enough
vEnglish voice
TEnglish thing
DEnglish this
sEnglish see, pass, city
zEnglish zoo, roses
SEnglish she, sure, emotion
ZEnglish pleasure
hEnglish ham
mEnglish man
nEnglish no
JUS English canyon
NEnglish singer, ring
lEnglish left
5English milk (dark l)
rEnglish run, very
4US English better
wEnglish we
jEnglish yes

SAMPA: English Vowels
SAMPAExamples
RPUS 
aAfather
iisee
IIcity
EEbed
33`bird
{{bad, cat
AArarm
VVrun, enough
QAnot, cough
OOlaw, caught
UUput
uusoon, through
@@about, winner


SAMPA: English diphthongs
SAMPAExamples
RPUS 
eIeIday
aIaImy
OIOIboy
@Uo(U)no
aUaUnow
I@irnear, here
E@Erhair, there
U@Urpoor
O@Ormore
jujupupil

Note that the parentheses indicate optionality; the SAMPA code does not actually contain parentheses.

SAMPA: Other symbols used in transcription of English pronunciation
SAMPAExplanation
Double_quotePrimary stress
%Secondary stress
full stopSyllable separator
=Syllabic consonant, e.g., /"kIt=n/ for kitten