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    I absolutely second Manuel's request!

    His request is generic and can help a lot of people. For me, specifically, I'd need to use the ǝ and ɜ symbols to write in a gender-neutral variation of the Italian language.

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    Hi,

    I just scrolled down the keyboards to find IPA. Strange that you have now the smallest dialectic differences in separate keyboards but no IPA. I'm learning Vietnamese now and the pronunciation of the tones is just impossible in their script. I really need this keyboard to have something to hold on to.

    Kind regards

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    A quick, easy way to enter IPA phonemic symbols would be extremely useful to all language teachers. I would especially like the subset for the English language, because I teach English to speakers of other languages. This is a big industry, and you'd have a lot of grateful professional users.

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    I teach a course in Linguistics to third year students. I'm in charge of the summer course and I need to prepare materials beforehand. We are going to learn the individual IPA symbols which correspond to the sounds of Canadian English. I'm using the Essentials of Linguistics by Catherine Anderson for this purpose. So I will submit a feature request. Type IPA phonetic symbols to do my summer homework

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    Rafael Bezerra

    Same here! I had to install an IPA keyboard in order to take my phonology classes.

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