Australian English Pronunciation and Transcription
Cambridge University Press, 3 lut 2012 - 238
Australian English Pronunciation and Transcription is the first textbook to clearly describe the speech of Australians. This groundbreaking work addresses Australian English pronunciation characteristics, and provides detailed instruction in both phonetic and phonemic transcription of the dialect. Through comprehensive coverage of traditional and revised systems of phonemic transcription, Australian English Pronunciation and Transcription offers an astute and engaging exploration of one of the core global dialects of English. Australian English Pronunciation and Transcription is complemented by an extensive Website which provides further explanatory materials and exercises with audio examples. This unique text, in tandem with these valuable pedagogical features, is an essential resource for students and teachers of linguistics, speech pathology and language education.
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1 Introduction to Australian English speech production
2 Consonants and vowels
3 Syllables word stress and sentence stress
4 Phonemic transcription of Australian English
5 Phonetic transcription of Australian English
6 Evaluation of two phonemic transcription systems
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