Vowels and Consonants
This popular and accessible introduction to phonetics has been fully updated for its third edition, and now includes an accompanying website with sound files, and expanded coverage of topics such as speech technology.
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How We Listen to Speech
Making English Consonants
Making English Vowels
Actions of the Larynx
Consonants Around the World
Vowels Around the World
Putting Vowels and Consonants Together
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