English phonetics and phonology : a self-contained, comprehensive pronunciation course created by Peter RoachMaterial type: TextLanguage: English Publication details: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1991.Edition: 2nd edDescription: 262 pages ill. 20 cmContent type:
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Chapter 1 Introduction, 2 - The production of speech sounds, 3 -Long vowels, dipthongs and tripthongs, 4 - Voicing and consonants, 5 - Fricatives and affricates, 7 - Nasals and other consonants, 8 - The syllable, 9 - Strong and weak syllables, 10 - Stress in simple words, 11 - Complex word stress, 12 - Weak forms, 13 - Problems in phonemic analysis, 14 - Aspects of connected speech, 15 - Intonation1,16 - Intonation 2, 17 - Intonation 3,18 - Function of Intonation 1 ,19 - Function of Intonation 2, 20 - Further areas of study in phonetics and phonology.
English phonetics and phonology is a complete basic course in pronunciation which bridges the gap between simple pronunciation handbooks and technical phonetics ad phonology textbooks.It takes into account recent developments in the teaching of phonology, and is especially useful for non-native speakers who may be training to teach English or studying the language at advanced level.