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  1. Learn accents and dialects from Paul Meier, a leading dialect coach and voice and speech teacher. He offers instruction and coaching for actors, ESL students, linguists, and more.

    • IPA Charts

      These International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) charts are...

    • What’s New

      Lukas Hassel. Paul welcomes celebrated Danish-American...

    • Contact

      Paul Meier Dialect Services on Twitter, or X (@DialectPaul)...

    • All Accents and Dialects

      All Accents and Dialects - Paul Meier Dialect Services:...

  2. Paul Meier is IDEAs founder, director, and principal contributor, personally collecting nearly 20 percent of the archive. He established IDEA to provide actors the real-life models they need for their characters’ accents and dialects; many actors use his Accents & Dialects for Stage and Screen in conjunction with IDEA.

  3. Paul Meier (Alemania, 27 de julio de 1971) fue un atleta alemán, especializado en la prueba de decatlón en la que llegó a ser medallista de bronce mundial en 1993. [1] Carrera deportiva

  4. Biografía del autor. John Paul Meier (Nueva York, 1942 - 2022), doctor en Sagrada Escritura por el Pontificio Instituto Bíblico de Roma (1976) y profesor de Nuevo Testamento en el Departamento de Teología de la Universidad de Notre Dame (Indiana, EE.UU.), fue director de la revista Catholic Biblical Quarterly y presidente de la Catholic ...

  5. Paul Meier (born February 17, 1947) is a British-American dialect and voice coach, theatre director, playwright, stage and screen actor, and voice-over artist best known for founding and managing Paul Meier Dialect Services and the International Dialects of English Archive (IDEA).

  6. Paul Meier is a renowned expert in voice, speech, accents and dialects for theatre and film. He has coached many actors, founded the International Dialects of English Archive, and hosted the podcast I n a Manner of Speaking.

  7. Listen to vowels on Paul Meier and Eric Armstrong's Interactive IPA charts of the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA).