Q: Double IPA and Pilsner とはどういう意味ですか?
A: DIPA have double the amount of hops and higher in alcohol.

A Pilsner is a pale lager.


Q: ɪ (IPA) と i (IPA) はどう違いますか?
A: Emma teaches all of the vowel sounds with the IPA.

How to Pronounce all the VOWEL SOUNDS in BRITISH ENGLISH

SHIP vs SHEEP? Long and Short "i" Vowels

The /aɪ/ Sound (why, try, lie)


Do You Make These Pronunciation Mistakes? | British Pronunciation Training


Q: IPA は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: It stands for Indian Pale Ale, a kind of beer.
Q: IPA は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください


Q: I'm looking for the IPA and I sew 〈ə〉this
and I thought ə symbol pronunciation is uh
so, I thought lə will sound like luh but, It sounds to me like la. Did I just heared wrong? or am I misunderstanding the IPA?
A: It is technically neither. It is called a "schwa" and it's the most common vowel in the English language. It can be very hard for non native speakers to pronounce and hear correctly. Keep listening to English and you will eventually hear it correctly.
Q: /hɛə/
It's the IPA of hair.
Do you think the /ɛ/ sound in the middle is /e/, which is like the vowel sound in bed?
A: The short answer is yes.
The long answer is yes and no. Yes because it IS the same sound, and no because it's diphthongized so most native English speakers recognize it as a different vowel sound altogether.
When you say "hair" the vowel sound English speakers hear is "eɪ" like how we pronounce the letter "a" or in "hey", "day", or "April". The "ɛ" in "bed" is definitely there, but we don't perceive it. We perceive it as "ay" or "eɪ".
That's just my opinion, though.
Q: I'm leaning IPA for me to improve my pronunciation. この表現は自然ですか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください
Q: I became to like IPA. この表現は自然ですか?
A: ビールのことだったら"I came to like IPAs"または"I have come to like IPAs"
Q: How to learn IPA. I want to speak english with correct pronounciation, so native speaker can understand what I say and this is such a big deal for non english speaker. Its such an awkward if my pronounciation is poor .Please help me!
A: Find simple English sentences you can listen to as a recording. Play the recording, then imitate the sounds exactly. Repeat until you can sound exactly like the native. If you can't pronounce a certain sound, just ask a native what they do to pronounce it. That's all there is to it. Spend at least a small amount of time each day doing this. Then practice, practice, practice. Don't give up.