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Journal Title: Journal of the International Phonetic Association
Volume/Issue:   49 / 1
Date: 2019
Table of Contents: Voiceless nasal sounds in three Tibeto-Burman languages
by Katia Chirkova, Patricia Basset, Angélique Amelot
pp 1-32

Acoustic development of vowel production in native Mandarin-speaking children
by Jing Yang, Robert Fox
pp 33-51

Phonetic transfer in language contact: Evidence for equivalence classification in the mid-vowels of Occitan–French bilinguals
by Damien Mooney
pp 53-85

Gradient assimilation in French cross-word /n/+velar stop sequences
by Jeffrey Steele, Laura Colantoni, Alexei Kochetov
pp 87-108

Tianjin Mandarin
by Qian Li, Yiya Chen, Ziyu Xiong
pp 109-128

Central Lisu
by Marija Tabain, David Bradley, Defen Yu
pp 129-147

Jonathan Marks & Tim Bowen, The book of pronunciation: Proposals for a practical pedagogy (Delta Teacher Development Series). Book and Audio CD. Cambridge: Delta Publishing, 2012. Pp. 176. ISBN: 9781905085705
by Marina Cantarutti
pp 149-152

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
LL Issue: 30.1827