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Chinese proverb

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VOWELS - MONOPHTHONGS

VOWELS - DIPHTHONGS

CONSONANTS

The English Phoneme Chart comprises 44 phonemes -  20 vowel sounds, in red boxes, and 24 consonants, in blue.

The vowels are split into two groups; monophthongs which have one mouth position throughout the sound and diphthongs, where the mouth position changes, giving a 2 sound quality to the phoneme.

Click on the phoneme symbol to see the letter combinations that make the sound and to watch videos that include the phoneme and show the letter combinations representing it in popular words.

The English Phoneme Chart