IPA flash card æ printable
The IPA symbol æ represents the near-open front unrounded vowel. It is commonly found in various languages and is often transcribed as /æ/. Here is a description of the symbol:
Name: Near-Open Front Unrounded Vowel
Articulation: The sound is produced by slightly opening the front of the mouth and positioning the tongue in a near-open position, without rounding the lips.
Example: The vowel sound represented by æ can be found in English words like “cat,” “hat,” or “bat.”
Pronunciation: It is pronounced as a relatively open sound with the tongue positioned in the front of the mouth. It is similar to the “a” sound in the word “cat.”
Keep in mind that individual pronunciations may vary depending on the language or dialect being spoken, but this description provides a general understanding of the symbol’s representation in the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA).