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2018-06-24

English translations added in Japanese kanji to romaji converter

There's an update in Japanese kanji converter. Now, after you submit Japanese text, you may click on any word to see its English translation. The translations are provided by JMdict/EDICT.

 

2018-06-24

American English pronunciation course released

We are happy to announce the release of the course American English Pronunciation for University Students.

The course includes 3,700 carefully selected English words and 300 common phrases.

In order to help you improve your listening skills, we took the audio from the course and created an online listening quiz for American English. The beginner level (1,200 words) is completely free, so you can use it to practice!

 

2018-06-24

Audio and video recordings added in English IPA translator

There is a new feature in English phonetic translator. After you submit your text, you will see audio and video icons near some words. Click on the audio icon to listen to the audio recording of a native speaker pronouncing this word. Click on the video icon to watch the video.

 

2018-06-24

Pronunciation videos added to IPA chart for American English

English pronunciation videos are added for English sounds on the website easypronunciation.com. These videos show the correct pronunciation of all the English words from the IPA chart for American English. Now you can click any word in this chart to watch a video of a native speaker pronouncing this word!

All these words are part of the upcoming American English pronunciation course.

If you like it, please share the link with your friends.

 

2017-06-01

Online Listening Quizzes for French and Russian

I created online listening quizzes so you could practice your listening skills and learn International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) symbols at the same time. They are fully compatible with mobile devices.

 

2017-02-21

Russian language podcast launched

Hello!

My name is Tatiana. I am Timur's wife.

We've launched a new project: Russian language podcast.

Each five to seven minute audio contains a short explanation of meaning for three pairs of words (antonyms) and some examples of their use. A full transcript in PDF format is available for each episode.

As for the choice of words, the great inspiration for me was a book by E. R. Laskareva called "Прогулки по русской лексике".

In our audio files you can hear the fragments of the following musical compositions:

  • Marceau "Boogy Doggy"
  • Olga Scotland "Coffee Morning"
  • Scott Holmes "Giving Logo".

We really need your comments and suggestions to make this podcast more useful for you!

Thank you for your attention!

 

2016-12-23

The site was moved to another hosting

I moved the site recently to another hosting. The server is faster so I hope it will improve your experience.

 

2016-09-20

French pronunciation course for beginners released

I am very glad to announce the release of the video course French pronunciation for beginners.

 

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