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Phonetic Transcription Can Help You Improve Your Spanish Pronunciation
Spanish pronunciation is simple compared to other languages. The pronunciation rules in the Spanish language are quite strict, although a few Spanish letters can be pronounced in different ways.
This free online translator allows you to convert Spanish text to phonetic transcription using International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) symbols. By the way, dictionaries do not typically provide the phonetic transcription of Spanish words.
This tool will serve as a Spanish pronunciation guide. It will help you save time during your first steps in Spanish, while you are still learning the pronunciation rules. If you use the phonetic transcription regularly in combination with Spanish audio and video recordings, your pronunciation and listening skills in the Spanish language will improve.
A great way to improve your Spanish pronunciation is to use our Spanish video vocabulary builder. It is designed for beginners and has Spanish subtitles for all lessons, including phonetic transcription.
Highlighting of high-frequency Spanish words
A special option allows you to highlight high-frequency Spanish words. The words from different frequency intervals will be highlighted in the following colors:
If you want to make the frequency analysis of your text and obtain the detailed statistics, please use Spanish word frequency counter.
Maximum text length (in characters):
- unregistered users – 50,
- free registration – 100,
- subscription "frequent user" – 10,000,
- subscription "polyglot" – 10,000.
Check our Spanish phonetic subtitle converter and obtain something like this:
Spanish Phonetics – Online Resources
- Phonetics and pronunciation glossary
- Spanish Phonetic Subtitle Converter
- Spanish dictionaries online – Project Modelino
- Spanish alphabet – Wikipedia
- Spanish phonology – Wikipedia
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