What are the Ipa symbols for vowel sounds?

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Here are 15 of the symbols for the common vowel sounds: i: - see, heat (long E) ɪ - hit, sitting (short I) eɪ - say, eight (long A) e - met, bed (short E) æ - cat, black (short A) ə - away, cinema (schwa) ɜ: - turn, learn (long or schwa-R) ɒ - hot,
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I would think so, since the resulting sound would be a nasalized fricative, and the tilde is the symbol for nasalization.
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The best resource for any linguist or even just interested language hobbyist that I've encountered is easily the late Professor Peter Ladefoged of UCLA's website: http://phonetics.ucla.edu
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There are no phonetic symbols that represent anything other than the English aplhabet. It used, primarily to make radio communication more clear since many alphabetic letters sound
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