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Australian english chart 
Thanks for uploading the Australian english IPA chart. I'm wondering where you derived these answers from. I agree with where you have placed almost all of the vowels, but I'm wondering why you decided to place the "ɶ" so close to where the "a" normally is. I think of "ɶ" as being closer to "ɛ", almost halfway between "a" and "e". Is it just based on your own common sense or some other source. Can you point me towards some other source which describes how IPA sounds are positioned in the trapezoid, particularly between "e" and "a"? Thanks. Gregcaletta (talk) 02:00, 12 September 2009 (UTC)
- Quoting my Wikipedia talk page (I thought this common account thing I have going was meant to make this page a redir to there, but never mind...)
- As for sources, I'm surprised it isn't explicitly mentioned anywhere what the source is. They're adapted from images adapted from Cox (1996) in  and . I'm sorry but I can't remember how much I consulted the original Cox (1996), but it was largely based on distorting those images in the Gimp until the trapezium was approximately overlayed on the Wikipedia style trapezium, plus a little interpretation. Obviously the inclusion of /i:/ on the diphthong chart is something I did myself based on other sources in the article. I'm really sorry I didn't mention that in the articles, someone should've hit me for that long ago.
- I assume you're referring to /æ/, not /ɶ/ (which is not a sound of English—or almost any language at all!).
- (14:48, 23 September 2009 (UTC))
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