Contents 1 Appropriate use 2 IPA style 2.1 Distinction between British, American, and Australian pronunciation 2.2 Foreign names 2.3 Tone 2.4 Technical issues 3 Other transcription systems 4 Placement 4.1 Opening of lead 4.2 Footnote 4.3 Infobox 5 IPA templates on Wikipedia 5.1 English 5.2 Other languages 5.3 Cleanup 6 Entering IPA characters 6.1 Numeric entry 6.2 Resources 7 Related templates 8 See also


Appropriate use[edit] See also: Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Lead section § Pronunciation Normally, pronunciation is given only for the subject of the article in its lead section. For foreign words and names, use the pronunciation key for the appropriate language. If a common English rendering of the foreign name exists (Venice, Nikita Khrushchev), its pronunciation, if necessary, should be indicated before the foreign one. For English words and names, pronunciation should normally be omitted for common words or when obvious from the spelling; use it only for foreign loanwords (coup d'etat), names with counterintuitive pronunciation (Leicester, Ralph Fiennes), or very unusual words (synecdoche). Pronunciation should be indicated sparingly, as parenthetical information disturbs the normal flow of the text and introduces clutter. In the article text, it should be indicated only where it is directly relevant to the subject matter, such as describing a word's etymology or explaining a pun. Less important pronunciations should be omitted altogether, relegated to a footnote, or to a dedicated section in the article or infobox. Articles about phonology and other aspects of a language may normally use pronunciation keys throughout the text, as appropriate. Do not include pronunciations for names of foreign countries whose pronunciations are well known in English (France, Poland). Do not include them for common English words just because they have pronunciations that might be counterintuitive for those learning the English language (laughter, sword). If the name consists of more than one word, include pronunciation only for the words that need it (all of Jean van Heijenoort but only Cholmondeley in Thomas P. G. Cholmondeley).


IPA style[edit] Whenever the IPA appears in an article, it should be contained within the {{IPA}} template. This ensures that the symbols display properly in browsers such as Internet Explorer, which do not support the IPA natively. The [brackets] should be inside the {{IPA}} template for uniformity of the font. When using the IPA, provide an explanation for the reader. If there are multiple instances of IPA in an article, you may want to use the template {{IPA notice}} at the top of the page. However, if there are only a few instances of IPA, you may instead wish to use a template to link the first to one of the help keys, such as: (pronounced {{IPA-fr|ɛɡzɑ̃pl|}}) This yields: (pronounced [ɛɡzɑ̃pl]) The shortcut: ({{IPA-fr|ɛɡzɑ̃pl|pron}}) yields the same in smaller font: (pronounced [ɛɡzɑ̃pl]) {{IPA-fr}} is customized specifically to French, and links to a dedicated Help:IPA/French key. A growing number of dedicated IPA templates should be used, such as {{IPA-es}} for Spanish. If such a template is not available, use {{IPA-all}} instead. With the IPA-xx templates, various codes may be entered after the IPA, separated by a pipe, to change the default introductory text. A simple pipe cancels the lead text, as above. Audio samples may be included in the IPA template. In the case of the various IPA-xx templates, it appears after the text code. When a specific phonetic pronunciation is indicated, as in foreign names, this is marked by square brackets. Normally a reader will not know the structure of the language in question well enough for a phonemic transcription in slashes to be useful. The use of slashes is only permitted in cases where the pronunciation represents phonemes, as in broad transcriptions of English. However, phonetic transcriptions of English may be useful to represent a specific accent, local or historical pronunciations, or how a person pronounces their own name. For example, the English name Florence would normally be given the generic transcription /ˈflɒrəns/, but in the case of Florence Nightingale we have a recording of her saying her name, and she pronounces it [ˈflɒɾəns], with a flapped ar [ɾ] that is no longer the norm in English. Non-universal pronunciations such as these should be clearly marked for what they are. Distinction between British, American, and Australian pronunciation[edit] Shortcut MOS:RHOTIC It is often possible to transcribe a word in a generic way that is not specific to any one accent, for example Oxford as /ˈɒksfərd/. Speakers of non-rhotic accents, as in much of the UK, will pronounce this [ˈɒksfəd], and those who merge /ɒ/ and /ɑː/, as in much of the US, will pronounce it [ˈɑːksfərd], but since such variation on the part of the speaker is automatic, it does not need to be spelled out, at least not in the case of a simple pronunciation guide to a key word in an article. Indeed, the Help:IPA/English key, designed for readers who are unfamiliar with the IPA, simply defines the sequence /ər/ as the sound at the end of letter, and warns that it may not be distinct from /ə/ for some people. That is, there is little point in transcribing Oxford as [ˈɒksfərd], [ˈɒksfəd], [ˈɑːksfərd], or [ˈɑːksfəd], depending on accent, and this would add a considerable amount of clutter to the article. If the pronunciation in a specific accent is desired, square brackets may be used, perhaps with a link to IPA chart for English dialects, which describes several national standards, or with a comment that the pronunciation is General American, Received Pronunciation, Australian English, etc. Local pronunciations are of particular interest in the case of place names. If there are both local and national or international standards, it may be beneficial to list both. Foreign names[edit] When a foreign name has a set English pronunciation (or pronunciations), include both the English and foreign-language pronunciations; the English transcription must always be first. If the native name is different from the English name, the native transcription must appear after the native name. For example: '''Venezuela''' ({{IPAc-en|ˌ|v|ɛ|n|ə|ˈ|z|w|eɪ|l|ə}}; {{lang-es|República Bolivariana de Venezuela}}, {{IPA-es|reˈpuβlika βoliβaˈɾjana ðe βeneˈswela|pron}}) which gives: Venezuela (/ˌvɛnəˈzweɪlə/; Spanish: República Bolivariana de Venezuela, pronounced [reˈpuβlika βoliβaˈɾjana ðe βeneˈswela]) Similarly, '''Nikita Khrushchev''' ({{IPAc-en|n|ɪ|ˈ|k|iː|t|ə|_|ˈ|k|r|ʊ|ʃ|tʃ|ɛ|f}}; {{IPA-ru|nʲɪˈkʲitə xruˈɕːof|lang}}) gives: Nikita Khrushchev (/nɪˈkiːtə ˈkrʊʃtʃɛf/; Russian: [nʲɪˈkʲitə xruˈɕːof]) Transcriptions should always have a label identifying which language they are transcribing, with the exception of English. They are normally given in the national or international standard of the language in question, unless there is a reason to give a more local pronunciation. For example, the Help:IPA/Spanish key generally uses Castilian Spanish as its standard, for Venezuela [beneˈθwela], but the local pronunciation of [beneˈswela] may be considered more relevant. If a local pronunciation is transcribed, it should be marked as such: '''Venezuela''' ({{IPA-es|beneˈswela|local}}) Venezuela (locally [beneˈswela]) Language-specific templates should not be used for local pronunciations, unless the keys they link to cover the IPA symbols that are used. (In this case, either IPA-es or IPA-all would work.) However, in language articles such as Spanish phonology, where the phonology is made explicit, examples may be given in either phonetic or phonemic notation, depending on the point being made, as the reader will have the information available to make sense of either. If for some reason it is desired to indicate the pronunciation of a foreign word phonemically in a non-linguistic article, a link should be provided to the phonology of the language in question. Tone[edit] Tone should always be included in the transcriptions of tonal languages. Because tone numbers are ambiguous—the reader may not know whether [ma4] is supposed to be high tone, low tone, or a tone number, for example—IPA transcriptions should use diacritic marks ([má]) or tone letters ([ma˦]), unless the article explains the numbering system. Technical issues[edit] Microsoft Internet Explorer for Windows does not automatically use a font that contains the specialized IPA characters. All passages of IPA text should be placed within the template {{IPA}}, or one of the other IPA templates such as {{IPA-fr}}, which force the browser to choose the correct font. Although Firefox will automatically use a font that includes an appropriate character, not using an IPA template will result in different characters within the same word being rendered in differing fonts. Compare: /prəˌnʌnsiˈeɪʃən/ with the IPA template and: /prəˌnʌnsiˈeɪʃən/ without.


Other transcription systems[edit] If a language is not usually written in the Latin alphabet, an official romanization may exist for it. For example, pinyin for Standard Chinese and the Royal Thai General System of Transcription. In such cases, both the romanisation and the IPA rendering may be given. For English words, transcriptions based on English spelling ("pronunciation respellings") such as prə-NUN-see-AY-shən (using {{respell}}) may be used, but only in addition to the IPA ({{IPAc-en}}). Any transcription, whatever system is used, should link to an explanation of the symbols, which are not universally understood. For other languages, only the IPA is normally used. Respelling foreign pronunciations into English is inadequate and misleading. If an English respelling is given for a Welsh or Māori name, not only would it be bad Welsh or Māori but the implication would be that it's the English pronunciation. Nonetheless, an ad hoc description of a foreign-language word in that language is permitted. An example is Renault 4CV. This is called the Quatre chevaux in French, but the re is elided, so the French pronunciation can be clarified with "pronounced quat'chevaux" (this appearing with the French IPA transcription [kat.ʃəvo], assuming the editor finds that worth including). Some articles have in the past used SAMPA (or X-SAMPA), which are rather obscure conventions for indicating IPA using only the 95 printable ASCII characters. This is now deprecated. The need for SAMPA has essentially disappeared since the introduction of {{IPA}} (see below), which works around the broken display of IPA characters in Internet Explorer. Ad hoc descriptions such as "rhymes with both" or "rhymes with paid" may be useful for describing English sounds, but many such descriptions (e.g. "rhymes with bath", "rhymes with caught") will be interpreted differently depending on the reader's accent, so caution is advised, and this approach should not be used alone. However, when a name is intended to be a homonym of an existing English word or phrase, as is the case with many brand names and entertainers' names, giving that word or phrase may be all that is needed:      The '''Motorola Razr''' (styled '''RAZR''', pronounced "razor") produces: The Motorola Razr (styled RAZR, pronounced "razor") Nonetheless, even here some cases may be ambiguous. For example:      '''KIOTI Tractor''' ({{IPAc-en|k|aɪ|'|oʊ|t|i}} "coyote") produces: KIOTI Tractor (/kaɪˈoʊti/ "coyote") If the IPA was omitted, it would not be clear which of the pronunciations of coyote is intended. In such cases, combining the IPA with the intended homonym may be needed. These should not be formatted with the {{respell}} template, as they do not follow that format. For example:      '''Peter John Coke''' ({{IPAc-en|k|ʊ|k}} "cook") produces: Peter John Coke (/kʊk/ "cook") There, the "cook" should not be formatted with the {{respell}} template, because then it would need to be {{respell|KUUK}} (giving KUUK) to match the key it is linked to. One place where other systems are often appropriate without the IPA are initialisms and names which contains numbers or symbols. This is because the names of the letters, numbers, and symbols can be spelled out in normal English orthography in a way that makes the pronunciation unambiguous across dialects. For example, Dead on arrival (DOA) may be better explained as "(an initialism: D-O-A)" rather than as the equally correct but less accessible /ˌdiːˌoʊˈeɪ/. Similarly:      '''C++''' (pronounced {{IPAc-en|ˌ|s|iː|ˌ|p|l|ʌ|s|ˈ|p|l|ʌ|s}} "cee plus plus"<!-- "cee" is the name of letter "c" -->)      produces: C++ (pronounced /ˌsiːˌplʌsˈplʌs/ "cee plus plus") Rather than solely using the less accessible /ˌsiːˌplʌsˈplʌs/. Similarly:      '''javac''' (pronounced "java-cee") produces: javac (pronounced "java-cee") See English alphabet#Letter names for how the names of the letters of the alphabet are spelled. Similarly, the dispute over how to pronounce the X in Mac OS X may be better described as ten versus ex rather than as /tɛn/ versus /ɛks/. In the case of Z, spelling out the letter as zee or zed is sufficient, if only one is considered correct.


Placement[edit] Opening of lead[edit] Transcriptions are frequently placed immediately after the head words of the article in dictionary format: London (/ˈlʌndən/ LUN-dən) is the... or even, London (/ˈlʌndən/) is the... This method is good when the pronunciation can be adequately covered in a short parenthetic string. However, this method can become distracting, especially when alternate transcription conventions are used, if there are regional differences, or if the pronunciation is otherwise not straightforward. In such cases, other options are better. Some articles, such as Halley's Comet, have a naming or pronunciation section that covers pronunciation explicitly. In other cases the pronunciation is given in the lead, but in a second dedicated sentence, leaving the first sentence unencumbered to define the term.[example needed] Footnote[edit] Another possibility is to relegate everything beyond the most common pronunciation to a footnote, or to remove all of it to a footnote. Compare, for example: Greenwich Village (/ˈɡrɛnɪtʃ/ GREN-itch, /ˈɡrɛnɪdʒ/ GREN-ij, /ˈɡrɪnɪtʃ/ GRIN-itch, /ˈɡrɪnɪdʒ/ GRIN-ij),[1] in New York often simply called "the Village", and Franklin Delano Roosevelt (/ˈroʊzəvɛlt/ ROH-zə-velt or /ˈroʊzəvəlt/ ROH-zə-vəlt; January 30, 1882 – April 12, 1945), also known by his initials, FDR, was the 32nd President of the United States (1933–1945) with Greenwich Village,[pron 1] in New York often simply called "the Village", and: Franklin Delano Roosevelt[pron 2] (1882–1945), also known by his initials, FDR, was the 32nd President of the United States (1933–1945) In the latter, the pronunciation is given at the bottom of the page in a footnote: Notes ^ Pronounced variously /ˈɡrɛnɪtʃ/ GREN-itch, /ˈɡrɛnɪdʒ/ GREN-ij, /ˈɡrɪnɪtʃ/ GRIN-itch, /ˈɡrɪnɪdʒ/ GRIN-ij.[1] ^ Pronounced /ˈroʊzəvɛlt/ ROH-zə-velt or /ˈroʊzəvəlt/ ROH-zə-vəlt References ^ a b American Heritage Dictionary entry "Greenwich Village" See WP:REFNOTE for help with embedding references within footnotes like this. Infobox[edit] Several infobox templates provide for a pronunciation entry. In such articles there is generally no need to repeat it in the lead. Examples: Template:Infobox medical condition: psoriasis Template:Infobox (chemical) element: aluminium Template:Infobox scientist (Using meta-infobox Template:Infobox person): Albert Einstein


IPA templates on Wikipedia[edit] The IPA should always be either enclosed within an IPA template, or placed in a table defined as class="wikitable IPA". This ensures proper formatting across browsers; it also enables editors to more easily find and review IPA transcriptions. There are several types of IPA template. The simplest is {{IPA}}, which merely formats the enclosed text the way class="wikitable IPA" does for tables. It is normally used when the reader can be expected to follow the IPA, either because it's found in an article on phonology where the symbols are defined, because the article is tagged with {{IPA notice}}, or because an earlier instance of IPA in the text was enclosed with one of the following templates, which are designed to be more useful to the reader than the generic IPA notice. English[edit] For more aid to the reader, there are multiple templates specific to various languages. For generic English, {{IPAc-en}} should be used, which will link the notation to Help:IPA/English, which is a key of established conventions for transcription of English on Wikipedia, and automates conversion to IPA and provides mouse-over keys. A description of the various parameters of these templates, such as marking a pronunciation as American, British, or local, or adding sound files, can be found on the template page. When using any key-linking IPA template such as these, English or foreign, an editor should transcribe using the conventions of the key it links to; for example, the generic English ar sound is transcribed /r/ in Wikipedia articles, not */ɹ/, and is used where speakers of rhotic dialects would pronounce it, even in personal and place names. (These diaphonemic conventions, which are not specific to any one dialect or national standard, are covered at the top of the Help:IPA/English key.) {{IPAc-en}} accepts both IPA and SAMPA. Each phoneme, including rhotic vowels, should receive its own cell (such as the 'ou' here), and not broken up, or the wrong popups will appear. See the template page for details. {{IPAc-en|ˈ|m|ɛ|k|s|ɪ|k|oʊ}} → /ˈmɛksɪkoʊ/ {{IPAc-en|'|m|E|k|s|I|k|oU}} → /ˈmɛksɪkoʊ/ Technical Latin or Greco-Latin words in fields such as biology, astronomy, mythology and medicine cause frequent problems. If there is one generally accepted pronunciation in the field, use that. However, there are often multiple pronunciations heard, along a cline from highly anglicized pronunciations, as found in Shakespeare, to attempts to remain faithful to the Latin or Greek pronunciation. For example, Io may be pronounced either /ˈaɪ.oʊ/ or /ˈiːoʊ/. Both are "correct". However, it may be impractical to list all possible pronunciations. In such cases, the traditional (literary) pronunciation is the most difficult as well as the most anglicized and is therefore the one that should be transcribed. Other conventions are generally straightforward and can all be covered, simultaneously, by including the Latin or Greek orthography, or the Greek in Latin transcription. As long as Latin long vowels ā ē ī ō ū ȳ are indicated, readers will be able to pronounce the word according to the convention of their choice. (Note that both the Latin and Greek alphabets are defective when it comes to vowel length, which determines the location of English stress in these words.) To transcribe the pronunciation of a particular individual or dialect, or to use transcription conventions other than those of the IPA-for-English key, {{IPA-endia}} or {{IPA-all}} can be used, as the former links to the IPA chart for English dialects and the latter to a generic IPA key that is not restricted to any one dialect or language. It is often useful to add a link to a phonological description of the dialect being transcribed; if this is done, there will normally not be any need for the generic IPA key. Such links may be done manually, as in: {{IPA|[[Australian English phonology|[ˈmɛɫbn̩]]]}} → [ˈmɛɫbn̩] The distinction between /slashes/ used for generic English and [brackets] for individual or dialectical pronunciations using the IPA-all template is intentional: A phonemic transcription (between slashes) is not meaningful without a description of the phonology of the speech variant, whereas a phonetic transcription (between brackets) can stand on its own, and allowing a choice between slashes or brackets in a template leads to frequent misuse of the symbols. As long as the phonology of the speech variety is accessible to the reader, as with the [ˈmælbən] example above, slashes may be used (/ˈmælbən/), but this will need to be done manually. Place any brackets or slashes within the IPA template, so that they are formatted in the same size and font as the enclosed transcription. (This may be individuated at your CSS code by adding a line such as .IPA { font-family: Gentium, Charis SIL !important; }.) Other languages[edit] Other languages have dedicated IPA-xx templates, where xx is the 2-letter ISO 639-1 code or the 3-letter ISO 639-3 code for the language in question, as in {{IPA-es}} for Spanish, {{IPA-fr}} for French, {{IPA-de}} for German, and {{IPA-cmn}} for Mandarin Chinese. These languages and templates are listed at {{IPA}}. Again, if the language you're transcribing has such an IPA key, use the conventions of that key. If you wish to change those conventions, bring it up for discussion on the key's talk page before creating transcriptions which are not supported by the key, or before changing the key so that it no longer conforms to existing transcriptions, either one of which is likely to confuse readers. For an extended transcription, the template {{WikiIPA}} may be used at the beginning of the text, with the transcription itself formatted only with {{IPA}}. If your language does not have an IPA-xx template at all, consider creating one. Use the 2-letter code if the language has one; otherwise use the 3-letter identification code used by Ethnologue, and either add your template to the documentation at {{IPA}} or notify us of it on the talk page. The template can be as simple as a redirect to IPA-all, but please categorize it as a future IPA template regardless. Even a redirect can be of great value in improving Wikipedia: Such templates enable us to verify that different editors are using compatible transcriptions for a language; a large number of transclusions to such a template tells us we should consider creating a dedicated template and key for that language; and, finally, when the template is expanded and a key created, your transcriptions will be prelinked, saving a great deal of time. For languages which are too obscure to ever be likely to have a dedicated template, for dialects of templated languages which do not follow the phonology assumed by the existing IPA key for that language, or for transcriptions which do not presume any particular language, {{IPA-all}} can be used. It links to the generic Help:IPA key. To link a phoneme to an article on that phoneme, use {{IPA link}}, for example tɬ. Cleanup[edit] If you're not sure how to fix a messed-up, provincial, or ambiguous transcription, there are several cleanup templates, which are monitored by editors who do. These are: {{Needs IPA}}, an inline tag for pronunciations which do not include the IPA, for which an attempt at the IPA is inadequate (this includes correct IPA for what appears to be an incorrect pronunciation) or articles with IPA problems; {{Pronunciation needed}} if you wish to have a pronunciation and none is provided. Note that a simple pronunciation hint, such as an unambiguous rhyme ("rhymes with kind"), an unambiguous homonym ("pronounced like Smith"), or a spelled-out acronym ("pronounced S-O-S"), does not generally need an IPA transcription. However, more elaborate transcriptions, such as respellings and US-dictionary formats, should include the IPA as well.


Entering IPA characters[edit] Many IPA characters cannot be typed with a regular keyboard layout, but there are various ways to enter them. Beneath the edit box on Wikipedia is a character map (see Help:CharInsert § IPA for more information). Choose IPA in the drop down box on the left, then just click on the symbol you want, and it will be added at the insertion point in the edit box. Copy and paste from an online IPA keyboard Utilities like the IPA character picker 19, TypeIt, or IPA Chart keyboard cover the complete range of IPA symbols and diacritics which are not available from the Wikipedia IPA character map. Copy and paste them from elsewhere (other articles or websites, for example) This method sometimes fails when copying characters with diacritics. Many of the familiar Latin letters can be typed with a normal English keyboard layout. However, ( ː ) note the length mark is a different character from a colon ( ˈ ) note the primary stress mark is a different character from a typewriter apostrophe ( ɡ ) note the symbol for the voiced velar stop is a different character from the lowercase English letter g On Mac English keyboard layouts, a few special characters can be typed: option-c for ç option-o for ø option-q for œ option-' for æ Enter them using a special character utility On Mac OS X, use the Character Viewer (formerly Character Palette): choose the "Phonetic Symbols" category and double-click on a character to enter it Type them with a custom keyboard layout For Mac OS X, download the IPA-SIL keyboard layout Numeric entry[edit] The following methods require you to know the Unicode code point of the character you wish to enter: for example, the IPA symbol [ɒ] is represented by the hexadecimal value U+0252. See the resources links below for reference charts. Enter them using a numeric keyboard input method On most Windows keyboard layouts, type alt-0–2–5–2 for ɒ (Note: Requires you to first set the registry key HKCU\Control Panel\Input Method\EnableHexNumpad to type REG_SZ and value 1 and reboot.) On Mac OS X, use the Unicode Hex Input keyboard layout, type option-0–2–5–2 for ɒ On Mac OS X Yosemite 10.10.5 you can hold down a key for a second and a number of diacritics will appear above the cursor as clickable options. 'a' for example offers à á â ä æ ã å and ā. Enter them into wikitext as HTML character entities List of XML and HTML character entity references: enter &aelig; for æ Numeric character reference (decimal): enter &#0594; for ɒ Numeric character reference (hexadecimal): enter &#x0252; for ɒ Resources[edit] Complete guide for using IPA on computers, Windows, MacOS, and Linux SIL: Some tools and resources for character input UCL: The International Phonetic Alphabet in Unicode Unicode chart for IPA extensions Unicode chart for IPA spacing modifier letters Unicode chart including IPA combining diacritical marks Unicode-HTML codes for IPA symbols: Tables of symbol names and HTML codes at PennState. IPA Unicode "keyboard" for point-and-click entry of IPA characters


Related templates[edit] {{IPA}} allows proper display of IPA characters. {{IPA-all}} has square brackets and a link to Help:IPA; it is useful for foreign languages and specific accents of English. {{IPAc-en}} has slashes and a link to Help:IPA/English; it accepts ASCII input and displays a mouse-over key to the IPA. This is the preferred template for generic English. {{IPA-endia}} uses brackets and links to International Phonetic Alphabet chart for English dialects; it is useful for specific accents of English. {{IPA notice}} is a message that warns the reader of the presence of IPA characters {{Needs IPA}} is an inline template noting need for a single instance of transcription. Specific templates for foreign languages include (see Category:IPA templates for a complete list): {{IPA-de}} for German {{IPA-es}} for Spanish {{IPA-fr}} for French {{IPA-ga}} for Irish {{IPA-pl}} for Polish (accepts either Polish orthography or IPA) {{IPA-pt}} for Portuguese {{IPA-ru}} for Russian (See the documentation on any of these templates for other supported languages.)


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