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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of vrba

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 vrba:
/vɹ̩bɑ/

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  1. Wetzler and Vrba followed the couple home and that night, Vrba had to cut his boots
  2. Rudolf Vrba and Alfred Wetzler are two such men who fought for what was right even when
  3. As Jewish prisoners though, Vrba and Wetzler, knew exactly what was happening.
  4. Vrba and Wetzler vowed to prevent this.
  5. Until one day, Wetzler told Vrba of a possible way to escape based off of the ideas of four
  6. Wetzler and Vrba bided their time, waiting to see if the men who were captured would
  7. So, two weeks later Wetzler and Vrba made their own attempt.
  8. Once inside the stack of wood, Vrba scratched off a message left by the men who had used
  9. Wetzler and Vrba ran for their lives along the mountainside until they ran into a stream.
  10. Then the woman presented Wetzler and Vrba with food and they unabashedly dug in, having
  11. slipper-clad Vrba right to the edge of the Slovakian border.
  12. Vrba and Wetzler, who had braved eighty miles of treacherous terrain and undoubtedly risked
  13. Their goal was for the official documentation of their story that became known as the Vrba-Wetzler
  14. Vrba and Wetzler had escaped in April of 1944.
  15. message that Wetzler and Vrba risked their lives to deliver.
  16. Together, Wetzler and Vrba are credited with saving more Jews at one time than any other
  17. Wetzler and Vrba are heroes but they couldnt have done what they did alone.
  18. along with his friend, Rudolf Vrba,
  19. As these two escapees, Rudolf Vrba and Alfrd Wetzler, later described it,
  20. Vrba and Wetzler escaped. They made their way, gradually, towards Slovakia.