Handbook of the International Phonetic Association: A Guide to the Use of the International Phonetic Alphabet

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Cambridge University Press, 28 jun 1999 - 204 páginas
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"This book is a comprehensive guide to the International Phonetic Alphabet, whose aim is to provide a universally agreed system of notation for the sounds of languages, and which has been widely used for over a century."--Back cover.
 

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What is the International Phonetic Alphabet?
3
21 Linguistically relevant information in speech
4
23 The consonantvowel distinction
6
24 Consonants
7
25 Nonpulmonic consonants
9
26 Vowels
10
27 Suprasegmentals
13
28 Diacritics
15
French
78
Galician
82
German
86
Hausa
90
Hebrew
96
Hindi
100
Hungarian
104
Igbo
108

29 Other symbols
17
Guide to IPA notation
18
32 Languages used for exemplification
25
The phonemic principle
27
Broad and narrow transcriptions
28
IPA transcriptions for a language
30
Working with the IPA
31
75 The IPA and braille
32
Some problematic issues
33
92 Aligning transcriptions and speech
35
93 Transcribing the speaker or the hearer?
36
The IPA and phonological theory
37
Illustrations of the IPA
39
American English
41
Amharic
45
Arabic
51
Bulgarian
55
Cantonese
58
Catalan
61
Croatian
66
Czech
70
Dutch
74
Irish
111
Japanese
117
Korean
120
Persian Farsi
124
Portuguese
126
Sindhi
131
Slovene
135
Swedish
140
Taba
143
Thai
147
Tukang Besi
151
Turkish
154
Appendices
157
The Principles of the International Phonetic Association
159
Computer coding of IPA symbols
161
Extensions to the IPA
186
About the International Phonetic Association
194
Statutes and Bylaws
197
How to find out more about the Association
199
Reference charts
200
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