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The IPA Vowel Chart in Features
The IPA Vowel Chart in Features
Linguistics 103 Hayes/Lefkowitz
General Phonetics Winter 2012
The IPA Vowel Chart in Features
Front Central Back
unrounded rounded unrounded rounded unrounded rounded
Close (high) (upper) i y
ˆ ¨
u
(lower)
I
U
Mid (upper) e
O
P
o
(lower)
E
œ
Œ
ç
Open (low) (upper)
Q
å
(lower)
a Ø
(a)
1
A Å
Plus: , a central vowel. Placed on the IPA chart between Upper and Lower Mid; normally used
to show that a vowel is stressless and very short.
Sounds shown in italics will not appear in dictation exams.
IPA has different labels, with gaps. Rogers says “higher” for my “upper”; my usage is more
common.
Here IPA
upper high close
lower high (no official label)
upper mid close-mid
lower mid open-mid
upper low (no official label)
lower low open
Some IPA Diacritics Relevant to Vowels
1
No symbol is available. However, the symbol [a] is customarily used, without IPA
sanction, for this very common vowel. It is recommended that use of [a] should be accompanied
by an indication of whether a front or central vowel is meant, wherever the distinction is
important.
long
> half long
extra short
voiceless
raised
lowered
advanced
retracted
less rounded
more rounded
retracted tongue root
advanced tongue root
creaky voiced
breathy voiced
nasalized
The IPA Vowel Chart in Features
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