LINGUIST List 13.1823

Mon Jul 1 2002

Qs: Phonetic Transcription Practice/Materials

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  1. Karen S. Chung, transcription practice

Message 1: transcription practice

Date: Fri, 28 Jun 2002 10:09:19 +0800
From: Karen S. Chung <>
Subject: transcription practice

 I would like to add more opportunities for IPA transcription
practice to next semester's phonetics class, but can't seem to find
suitable materials. William A. Smalley's _Manual of Articulatory
Phonetics_ (with accompanying tapes) is out of print, and I haven't
found anything to replace it. I'm interested in using many different
languages, and not just English. I would like something with tapes or
CDs. Any suggestions? What do you use in your classes? Thanks!

 Karen Steffen Chung
 National Taiwan University

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