A large number of English learners across the world want to speak English with a British accent. Due to the famous brand of Great Britain, with the monarchy, academics, movies and the BBC, the British accent has become famous and desirable. But what is a British accent and how do you perfect yours? What is… Continue reading How to perfect your British pronunciation
Our database of phonetic transcriptions of English words in American English just got bigger. We added more than 31,000 geographical names. Enjoy the update! 🙂 If you want to support us, please buy a subscription.
We added the support for HCE phonemic transcription system for Australian English in our English phonetic translator. Up until now we only had the support for Mitchell/Delbridge (MD) system which is pretty old, but is still frequently used in Australian English dictionaries, for example, Macquarie dictionary. Harrington/Cox/Evans (HCE) was introduced not so long ago and… Continue reading HCE phonemic transcription for Australian English
We expanded our database of phonetic transcriptions of English words in American English by adding more than 26,000 people’s names. That includes both first and last names. Right now we are working on the geographical names by checking another 31,000 words. We check the phonetic transcriptions manually one by one. And it takes a lot… Continue reading Phonetic transcription of people’s names in American English
We are happy to announce that we started to support Australian English in our English phonetic translator. For now only as beta-version. The process of proofreading the word pronunciation database is very long, tedious and expensive. So far we got about 40% covered with new words added on daily basis. As you may know, Australia… Continue reading Support for Australian English in English Phonetic Translator
We are working very hard on 3 things right now: expanding our pronunciation database for American English, preparing beta-version of English phonetic translator for Australian English, translating the website in Italian. Stay tuned! 🙂
In light of the Russian military invasion in Ukraine, until further notice, we made the decision to halt the subscription sales in Russia and Belarus effective March 4rd, 2022. While buying subscription on EasyPronunciation.com is not possible, users from the affected territories can still log in to their accounts and keep access to the purchased… Continue reading Suspending sales in Russia and Belarus
As you may know there’s a limitation of 200,000 characters per month for premium features – text-to-speech and translation in your native language. In case you need to convert more text to audio and/or translate it in your native language, you can increase your limits for an extra fee: “Premium features 400” – 400,000 characters/month… Continue reading Increase your limits for premium features
The staff of EasyPronunciation.com wishes you all the best during these holidays! We know that many of you learn foreign languages. Hopefully you will find some free time during this winter season to practice your pronunciation using our interactive language learning tools! We highly recommend you to check out our Pronunciation Player online. All the… Continue reading Happy Holidays to all language learners!
As you may know, for a very long time our Italian phonetic translator didn’t support the inflected verb forms. Yesterday we released the first update that supports some inflected forms. We started with cases where the stress falls on the verb’s ending, such as “parliàmo”, “parlàte”, “capìsco”. It’s pretty tedious work, since we need to… Continue reading Support for verbs in Italian phonetic translator