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Cách đọc phiên âm tiếng Việt i: Đọc là ii nhưng dài, nặng và nhấn mạnh i Đọc như i bình thường giống Tiếng Việt

Ví dụ phổ biến
Feet /fi:t/ See /si:/ Sheep
Alien /eiliən/ xa lạ. Happy /’hæpi/

Đọc như i nhưng ngắn, dứt khoát
Đọc như e bình thường
Đọc là ea nối liền nhau và nhanh
Đọc là aa nhưng dài, nặng, nhấn mạnh
Đọc là o dứt khoát
Đọc là oo dài, nặng và nhấn mạnh
Đọc là u ngắn và dứt khoát
Đọc là uu dài, nặng, mạnh
Đọc là u bình thường

Fit /fIt/ hợp, vừa. Sit /sIt/
Bed /bed/. Ten /ten/
Bad /bæd/ Hat /hæt/
Arm /ɑ:m/ . Fast /fɑ:st/
Got /ɡɒt/ . Shot /ʃɒt/
Saw /sɔ:/ cưa, cái cưa. Short /ʃɔ:t/
Foot /fʊt/. Put /pʊt/
Food /fu:d/. Too /tu:/
Actual /´æktʃuəl/. Visual /´viʒuəl/

ʌ ɜ: Đọc là â trong Tiếng Việt
Đọc là ơơ dài, nặng, nhấn mạnh

Cup /cʌp/. Drum /drʌm/ cái trống
Bird /bɜ:d/. Nurse /nɜ:s/

ə ei Đọc là ơ bình thường trong TV
Đọc là êi hoặc ây trong Tiếng Việt

Ago /ə´gəʊ/. Never /´nevə(r)/
Page /peidʒ/. Say /sei/

I e æ ɑ: ɒ, ɔ ɔ: ʊ u: u

əʊ, ou Đọc là âu trong Tiếng Việt ai Đọc là ai trong Tiếng Việt

Home /həʊm/. Low /ləʊ/
Five /faiv/. Sky /skai/

aʊ ɔi iə

Đọc là ao trong Tiếng Việt
Đọc là ooi trong Tiếng Việt
Đọc là iơ hoặc là ia trong Tiếng Việt

Flower /´flaʊə(r)/. Now /naʊ/
Boy /bɔi/. Join /dʒɔin/
Here /hiə(r)/. Near /niə(r)/

eə ʊə p b Đọc là eơ liền nhau, nhanh, ơ hơi câm
Đọc là uơ hoặc ua trong Tiếng Việt
Đọc là pơ ờ trong Tiếng Việt
Đọc là bờ nhanh, dứt khoát

Care /keə(r)/. Hair /heə(r)/
Pure /pjʊə(r)/ tinh khiết. Tour /tʊə(r)/
Pen /pen/. Soup /su:p/
Bad /bæd/. Web /web/

t d k ɡ tʃ dʒ f v Đọc là thờ nhanh, gọn, dứt điểm
Đọc là đờ nhanh, gọn, dứt điểm
Đọc là kha nhanh, gọn(giống caa)
Đọc là gờ nhanh, dứt khoát
Đọc là chờ nhanh, gọn, dứt điểm
Đọc là giơ ngắn, dứt khoát
Đọc là phờ nhanh, dứt điểm
Đọc là vờ nhanh, gọn, dứt điểm

Dot /dɒt/.…...

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