Non-Native Prosody: Phonetic Description and Teaching by Jürgen Trouvain,Ulrike Gut

By Jürgen Trouvain,Ulrike Gut

This quantity provides an summary of the cutting-edge in moment language prosody studying and instructing. the 1st half contains descriptions of non-native intonation, rigidity and speech rhythm written through specialists within the box in a structure obtainable to language lecturers. within the moment half, prime educating practitioners current a number of tools and routines within the zone of prosody. the quantity is observed through a CD-ROM with audio examples.

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