Now, the first sound, ih. With many diphthongs, I find that the ih vowel, it's written as an open ih as in sit, actually in the practice of the diphthong takes on a different color. I find it to be a lot closer to the ee as in she, though the tongue is not so far forward. I would think of the first sound of this diphthong more as a relaxed ee than as a pure ih as in sit.
The second sound then is the schwa, and that sound is very quick as you are already moving into the R of the consonant that follows. So in slow motion, the sound, with the R, as it is always followed by the R, would be: iiiiihhhhhh uuuuuhhhhhh rrrrrrr: here.
第二个音便是[ə]，它出现得非常之快，刚发出你就进入到后面的R音了。如果我们用慢动作来念就是这样：iiiiihhhhhh uuuuuhhhhhh rrrrrrr。