How can I find equivalents to the following chart (for American English), but for the world's currently most spoken e-languages?
E.g., the chart for Modern German must SCHEMATICALLY map out each of its phonemes, and each phoneme must be tailgated by a common Modern German word featuring that phoneme. Vowels MUST be charted in a triangle or quadrilateral. Useless to list out phonemes unordered or unschematic!
These two pages stem from the 2013 10 edn. of Fromkin, Rodman's An Introduction to Language. My library doesn't have the 2018 11 edn.