Introduction to Phonetics for Students of English, French, German and Spanish
by Rodney Ball
Publisher: HumBox Project 2009
Number of pages: 90
A course in phonetics for students of French, German and Spanish. The text focuses on the structure and linguistic function of the vocal tract, the classification of vowels and consonants, the International Phonetic Alphabet and its use in phonetic transcription.
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