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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of sabrah

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of sabrah:

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  1. First up Love English with Leila and Sabrah. These guys are super cool, I think they are
  2. That's right Leila and Sabrah have come up from sunny Bournemouth, thank you guys. We've
  3. too. Well come on Sabrah let's take a picture. Selfie!
  4. that it's actually the name of the bell not the tower. What is the tower called Sabrah?
  5. a Native. Hi, we're Joel and Lia. Hello everybody, my name is Elliott. I'm Sabrah from Love English.
  6. so much quicker. Great stuff, alright who's next? I'm Sabrah from Love English and today
  7. grammatical structures. Hope that was helpful. Thank you Leila and Sabrah, I love that tip,
  8. native and I'm joined by the lovely Sabrah and we do have Laila supporting us here
  9. What percentage is your...I''ve got Aspels on tap which I think is about 5% Hi Anna, hi Sabrah, it looks like you're having a great
  10. it's not bar-man its barman barman now I know Sabrah also mentioned landlord and
  11. yeah so straight while Sabrah is paying for this round I'm gonna hand over to
  12. for us and thank you Sabrah for downing a few drinks with me, thank you
  13. Love English with Leila and Sabrah, and many more for keeping my mind working and
  14. Today, I'm joined with Leila and Sabrah from Love English; the Love English YouTube channel.
  15. Sabrah: Hello, everybody.
  16. I'm Sabrah.
  17. Sabrah: Thank you so much, Vanessa, for having us on your channel and asking us to help you
  18. Sabrah: Thank you so much, Vanessa.
  19. Leila and Sabrah, how would you use these in professional business situations?
  20. A very common phrasal verb, isn't it, Sabrah?