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A Course in Phonetics (6th Edition)
25 May 2011

A Course in Phonetics (6th Edition)

A Course in Phonetics (6th Edition)
Wadsworth Publishing | ISBN : 1428231269 | January 1, 2010 | 339 pages | PDF | 10MB


Provides a broad overview of the branches of phonetics for students with no prior knowledge. Ladefoged's approach builds on the basics, beginning with technical terms required for describing speech and transcription symbols before moving on to the phonetics of English and other languages.
Critical Introduction to Phonetics
4 April 2011

Critical Introduction to Phonetics
Critical Introduction to Phonetics
452 pages | Dec 12, 2008 |ISBN:0826488730 | PDF | 7.5 Mb

This work presents a new stance on the presentation of basic phonetic skills for students of linguistics, using examples drawn from a wide-range of languages. "Continuum Critical Introductions to Linguistics" present core areas of linguistics from refreshing new perspectives. This book takes a new stance phonetics and will interest students of linguistics. Using examples drawn from a wide-range of languages Ken Lodge introduces the key aspects of phonetics, examining the difference between speech and writing, the physiology of speech production, basic and detailed articulation
Critical Introduction to Phonetics
6 April 2011

Critical Introduction to Phonetics

Critical Introduction to Phonetics
452 pages | Dec 12, 2008 |ISBN:0826488730 | PDF | 7.5 Mb

This work presents a new stance on the presentation of basic phonetic skills for students of linguistics, using examples drawn from a wide-range of languages. "Continuum Critical Introductions to Linguistics" present core areas of linguistics from refreshing new perspectives. This book takes a new stance phonetics and will interest students of linguistics. Using examples drawn from a wide-range of languages Ken Lodge introduces the key aspects of phonetics, examining the difference between speech and writing, the physiology of speech production, basic and detailed articulation
Understanding Phonetics
3 January 2012

Understanding Phonetics

H..er E..n (11-2011) | PDF | 290 pages | 0340928271 | 3.3Mb

Understanding Phonetics/by Patricia Ashby. Assuming little or no background knowledge and using original examples and exercises (with answers supplied), Understanding Phonetics provides with an accessible introduction to the basics of phonetics and a comprehensive analysis of traditional phonetic theory--the articulation and physical characteristics of speech sounds.
A Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics
17 June 2010

A Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics


A Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics


Wiley-Blackwell | 2008 | ISBN: 1405152974, 1405152966 | 560 pages | PDF | 14 MB



David Crystal’s A Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics has long been the standard single-volume reference for its field. Now available in its sixth edition, it has been revised and updated to reflect the latest terms in the field.
Phonetics
1 January 2013

Phonetics

P..n U..K (6-1999) | PDF | 320 pages | 014013638X | 13Mb

Phonetics (Penguin Language and Linguistics) by/ Oconnor, J. D. O'Connor. Explains the complex manner in which the "human noises" we call speech are produced by the vocal organs, transmitted from mouth to ear and processed between ear and brain, which are the three stages which define the spheres of articulatory, acoustic and auditory phonetics.
An Introduction to English Phonetics
19 August 2010

An Introduction to English Phonetics
An Introduction to English Phonetics
Edinburgh University Press | 2009 | ISBN: 0748625402, 0748625410 | 160 pages | PDF | 10,9 MB

This book introduces readers to the sounds of spoken English, covering phonetic representation and showing that different forms of representation supply different perspectives on data. The volume also provides an overview of the vocal tract and works through the consonant and vowel sounds of English.
Since English can assume a diverse range of forms, this book gives readers a general phonetic framework to apply to this variety, with illustrations taken from English-speakers across the world. Naturally-occurring English takes a central role, and while words are seen as important, they are not the only source of data. Sounds like clicks are included, because of their use in conversation.
Introducing Phonetics and Phonology, 2nd edition
11 November 2013

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Introducing Phonetics and Phonology, 2nd edition
English | 2005 | ISBN: 0340810459 | 238 pages | PDF | 7,2 MB

This book examines some of the ways linguists can express what native speakers know about the sound system of their language. Intended for the absolute beginner, it requires no previous background in linguistics, phonetics or phonology. Starting with a grounding in phonetics and phonological theory, this book provides a base from which more advanced treatments may be approached.
Speech Acoustics and Phonetics: Selected Writings
23 April 2011

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Speech Acoustics and Phonetics: Selected Writings
322 pages | Feb 19, 2010 |ISBN:1402023731 | PDF | 6.5 Mb[/center]
The overall aim of the book is to provide an integrated view of the separate stages of the speech chain, covering the production process, speech data analysis, and speech perception. Analyses of information bearing elements of the speech signal have found applications in linguistic theory and in the knowledge base of speech technology with special reference to speech synthesis.
The Sound Structure of English: An Introduction
10 September 2010

The Sound Structure of English: An Introduction


The Sound Structure of English: An Introduction


Cambridge University Press | ISBN: 0521615496 | 2009-03-23 | PDF | 242 pages | 12 Mb



The Sound Structure of English provides a clear introduction to English phonetics and phonology. Tailored to suit the needs of individual, one-term course modules, it assumes no prior knowledge of the subject, and presents the basic facts in a straightforward manner, making it the ideal text for beginners. Students are guided step-by-step through the main concepts and techniques of phonetic and phonological analysis, aided by concise chapter summaries, suggestions for further reading, and a comprehensive glossary of all the terms introduced.