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Canepari, Luciano

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ISBN 10: 3895867306 ISBN 13: 9783895867309

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2007. Softcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Gut. 1. Auflage. In a few short initial chapters, Natural Phonetics and Tonetics are presented, including neutral (or 'standard') Italian pronunciation (and a concise indication of regional pronunciations, which are very remarkable, in Italy). Very accurate descriptions of 43 language groups of foreign accents of Italian follow, with precise figures and symbols. Starting from the single chapters, teachers and students can identify and prevent pronunciation problems, by preparing general or personalized phono-tonetic teaching strategies.Although a basic knowledge of the Italian language is highly welcome, the many illustrations and transcriptions can speak for themselves.Presentazione della fonetica e tonetica naturali in alcuni capitoli iniziali, che comprendono anche la pronuncia italiana neutra (o 'standard') e sinteticamente quelle regionali. Seguono le descrizioni molto accurate di 43 gruppi d'accenti stranieri dell'italiano, coll'impiego di figure e simboli precisi. Insegnanti e studenti, partendo dai singoli capitoli, possono identificare i problemi di pronuncia e prevenirli, preparando strategie fonodidattiche generali o personalizzate.La pronuncia italiana 0.1. Generalità. 0.2. Vocali. 0.3. Consonanti. 0.4. Strutture prosodiche. 0.5. Strutture intonative. 0.6. Testo in trascrizione. 0.7. Pronuncia tradizionale e altro.Accenti germanici1.1. Inglese (con varianti). 1.2. Tedesco (con varianti). 1.3. Nederlandese (olandese e fiammingo). 1.4. Danese. 1.5. Norvegese 1.6. Svedese. 1.7. Islandese.Accenti romanzi2.1. Francese (con varianti) 2.2. Spagnolo (con varianti) 2.3. Portoghese (lusitano e brasiliano) 2.4. Romeno (e moldavo)Accenti slavi3.1. Russo (con ucraino e bielorusso). 3.2. Polacco. 3.3. 'Ex-cecoslovacco' (ceco e slovacco). 3.4. 'Ex-iugoslavo' (croato, serbo, bosníaco, macedone, sloveno). Bulgaro.Accenti bàltici4.1. Lèttone. 4.2. Lituano.Accenti uràlici 5.1. Ungherese. 5.2. Finlandese. 5.3. Estone Accenti isolati 6.1. Albanese (tosco e ghego). 6.2. Greco (e cipriota). 6.3. Armeno e georgiano. Accenti afro-asiatici 7.1. Maltese. 7.2. Arabo (e berbero). 7.3. Ebraico (Israele). 7.4. Amarico (Etiopia). 7.5. Somalo Accenti indo-irànici 8.1. Persiano (Iran). 8.2. Hindi (India &c). Accenti austronesiani 9.1. Filippino. 9.2. Indonesiano. Accenti altaici 10.1. Turco. 10.2. Mongolo. 10.3. Coreano. 10.4. Giapponese.Accenti sino-tibetani 11.1. Cinese (mandarino &c).Accenti austro-asiatici 12.1. Cambogiano (khmer). 12.2. Vietnamita. Accenti niger-congo 13.1. Africano centroccidentale Accenti neo-melanesiani 14.1. Tok pisin (pidgin) Accenti tai 15.1. Tailandese (siamese) 16. Bibliografia ISBN 9783895867309. LINCOM Studies in Romance Linguistics 53. 334pp. 2007. 170mm x 240mm. Seller Inventory # B-9783895867309

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Canepari, Luciano

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ISBN 10: 3895864560 ISBN 13: 9783895864568

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2003. Softcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Gut. 1. Auflage. L'autore, che s'è formato alla Scuola britannica di Fonetica, espande e completa le potenzialità della fonetica naturale: articolatoria, uditiva e funzionale, per adeguarla alle esigenze descrittive e didattiche di svariate lingue e dialetti del mondo, secondo il metodo fonetico esposto nel volume. Il libro offre la necessaria espansione dell'alfabeto fonetico internazionale (IPA) per renderlo adatto a trattare in modo adeguato centinaia di lingue, non solo per quanto riguarda le vocali e le consonanti, ma anche per l'intonazione e i toni. Si danno centinaia di utili figure articolatorie, in particolare vocogrammi, orogrammi, labiogrammi, palatogrammi, tonogrammi. La parte generale, pur cominciando in modo graduale, arriva a trattare a fondo tutte le caratteristiche segmentali e sovrasegmentali, senza trascurare la parafonica (o “paralinguistica”). Il manuale fornisce circa 1000 "suoni linguistici" coi loro simboli, di cui almeno 500 basici, 300 complementari e 200 supplementari. Nella seconda parte si descrivono in modo sintetico, ma preciso, circa 320 lingue di tutto il mondo (comprese 72 lingue morte). In un volume gemello (Manuale di pronuncia) si applica in pieno il metodo fonetico, trattando molto a fondo la pronuncia di 12 lingue: italiano, inglese, francese, tedesco, spagnolo, portoghese, russo, arabo, hindi, cinese, giapponese ed esperanto. Seller Inventory # B-9783895864568

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Canepari, Luciano

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ISBN 10: 3895868639 ISBN 13: 9783895868634

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2005. Softcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Gut. 1. Auflage. L'autore, che s'è formato alla Scuola britannica di Fonetica, espande e completa le potenzialità della fonetica naturale: articolatoria, uditiva e funzionale, per adeguarla alle esigenze descrittive e didattiche di svariate lingue e dialetti del mondo, secondo il metodo fonetico esposto nel volume. Il libro offre la necessaria espansione dell'alfabeto fonetico internazionale (IPA) per renderlo adatto a trattare in modo adeguato centinaia di lingue, non solo per quanto riguarda le vocali e le consonanti, ma anche per l'intonazione e i toni. Si danno centinaia di utili figure articolatorie, in particolare vocogrammi, orogrammi, labiogrammi, palatogrammi, tonogrammi. La parte generale, pur cominciando in modo graduale, arriva a trattare a fondo tutte le caratteristiche segmentali e sovrasegmentali, senza trascurare la parafonica (o “paralinguistica”). Il manuale fornisce circa 1000 "suoni linguistici" coi loro simboli, di cui almeno 500 basici, 300 complementari e 200 supplementari. Nella seconda parte si descrivono in modo sintetico, ma preciso, circa 320 lingue di tutto il mondo (comprese 72 lingue morte). In un volume gemello (Manuale di pronuncia) si applica in pieno il metodo fonetico, trattando molto a fondo la pronuncia di 12 lingue: italiano, inglese, francese, tedesco, spagnolo, portoghese, russo, arabo, hindi, cinese, giapponese ed esperanto. ISBN 3895868639. LINCOM Textbooks in Linguistics 03 (2nd edition). 494pp. 2005. Seller Inventory # B-9783895868634

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Canepari, Luciano

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ISBN 10: 389586644X ISBN 13: 9783895866449

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2007. Softcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Gut. 1. Auflage. The author, who was trained in the British phonetic tradition and teaches Phonetics and phonology at the University of Venice, has expanded and completed the potential of natural phonetics, i.e. articulatory, auditory, and functional, in order to update and adapt it to the descriptive and teaching needs of several languages and dialects of the world, according to the phonetic method which is explained in the book. The handbook offers the necessary expansion of the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) to make it appropriate to adequately deal with hundreds of languages; not only for vowels and consonants, but also for intonation and tones. Hundreds of useful figures are provided, in particular vocograms, orograms, labiograms, palatograms, and tonograms. The general part, although beginning in a gradual way, deals with all the segmental and suprasegmentals in depth, without neglecting paraphonics (or “paralinguistics”). The handbook provides about 1000 “linguistic sounds” with their symbols, of which at least 500 are basic, 300 complementary, and 200 supplementary. In the second part, about 320 languages from all over the world are concisely but precisely dealt with (including 72 dead languages). In a twin volume (A Handbook of Pronunciation) the phonetic method is fully applied, by thoroughly dealing with the pronunciation of 12 languages: English, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Arabic, Hindi, Chinese, Japanese, and Esperanto. The new fully revised and up-dated edition includes fairly important additions, integrations, substitutions, and modifications. Its title has changed to clearly show the rich potentialities of the natural approach. Contents 1. Prelude Transcriptions The contents of NPT/HPh (& of HPr) Observations on phonetic terminology 2. Doing phonetics Guide to the figures Guide to different types of transcriptions Transcribing by hand 3. Pronunciation & phonetics The phonetic method 4. The phono-articulatory apparatus The vocal folds Resonators (5 phono-articulatory cavities) The lips 5. The classification of sounds 6. A gradual approach Vowels Voicing Consonants Places of articulation Manners of articulation Prosodic elements Stress Sentence stress Tones Intonation 7. The official IPA & other notations Official IPA Consonants Vowels Prosodic indications & other diacritics How come the IPA is not used by everyone? Quick comparison between offIPA & canIPA The official revision of the IPA (1989-96): A missed reform Official diacritics Segmental diacritics Suprasegmental diacritics Official tones & word accents About non-IPA alphabets Comparison with the main non-IPA symbols used in Romance studies From a couple of IPA to many different non-IPA's The phonetic alphabet of the ALI: Another example not to follow observations on the (non) ‘respect’ of symbols Hypostatization & ‘ipastatization’ 8. Vowels & vocoids Other, less useful classifications More about vocoids canIPA vocoids Articulatory practice Diphthongs: one phoneme or two? canIPA vocoids & correspondent off IPA symbols 9. Consonants & contoids (1) Nasals Stops Constrictives (‘fricatives’) Stop-strictives (‘affricates’) Approximants Trills, taps & flaps Laterals Memorizing Articulatory practice 10. Consonants & contoids (2) Table of the main canIPA contoids canIPA contoids (displayed according to articolation manners) Nasals Stops Stop-strictives (‘affricates’) Constrictives (‘fricatives’) Approximants Trills, taps & flaps Laterals Comparisons between similar contoids 11. Phonic peculiarities Intense (‘syllabic’) contoids Coarticulation Modifications Variations Contoids with particular offsets Prenasalization ‘Aspiration’ Non-pulmonic consonants Ejective consonants Injective consonants Dejective consonants (clicks) Nasalization of vocoids Devoicing vocoids Vocoids in unstressed syllables Vocoids in singing Abolition of the term (and concept of) ‘retroflection’ Generic symbols (for phonic categories) 12. Microstructures Syllables Scale of sy. Seller Inventory # B-9783895866449

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Canepari, Luciano

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ISBN 10: 3895868647 ISBN 13: 9783895868641

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2005. Softcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Gut. 1. Auflage. In questo volume si descrivono (con una precisione mai vista prima) la pronuncia e l'intonazione di 12 lingue (italiano, inglese, francese, tedesco, spagnolo, portoghese, russo, arabo, hindi, cinese, giapponese ed esperanto) ricorrendo alla fonetica naturale (articolatoria, uditiva e funzionale) trattata a fondo nel volume gemello, Manuale di fonetica. I ricchi apparati iconografici mostrano chiaramente le peculiarità di vocali, consonanti, intonazione (e toni) e le trascrizioni accurate e fedeli fanno “vedere i suoni” delle varie lingue (ci sono circa 350 foni in questo volume), col rigore e l'efficacia del metodo fonetico. Si descrivono le pronunce neutre (“standard”), comprese quelle americane, dell'inglese, francese, spagnolo e portoghese. Ogni capitolo è composto di: Generalità, Vocali, Consonanti, Strutture, Testo. Inoltre, è trattata anche una trentina d'altri accenti nativi (con varianti), fra cui l'inglese “mediatico” (della televisione e della radio) americano e britannico, l'inglese “internazionale”, canadese, australiano (con le sue 4 note varietà), neozelandese, britannico tradizionale e il Cockney di Londra. Per il francese, abbiamo anche la pronuncia “internazionale”, parigina “mediatica”, parigina delle Banlieues, marsigliese e del Québec. Per il tedesco, oltre alla pronuncia neutra, ci sono quella dell'ex Germania est, Austria, Svizzera e Alto Adige (Südtirol). Per l'italiano si dà anche la pronuncia tradizionale e un paio di pronunce “mediatiche” (Milano e Roma). Anche per il russo e il cinese sono date varianti utili descrittivamente e didatticamente. ISBN 3895868647. LINCOM Textbooks in Linguistics 04 (2nd edition). 436pp. 2005. Seller Inventory # B-9783895868641

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Luciano Canepari, University of Venice, Italy

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ISBN 10: 3895868191 ISBN 13: 9783895868191

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2007. Softcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Gut. 1. Auflage. The pronunciation and intonation of 12 languages are described in this book: English, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Arabic, Hindi, Chinese, Japanese, and Esperanto. They are dealt with (in such a precise manner as never seen before) by applying natural phonetics (i.e. articulatory, auditory, and functional) thoroughly dealt with in the twin volume, Natural Phonetics & Tonetics, the new fully revised and up-dated edition of A Handbook of Phonetics. Many figures clearly show the peculiarities of vowels, consonants, intonation, and tones, whereas very accurate and faithful transcriptions help to "see the sounds" of several languages. There are about 350 phones in this book, treated with the rigor and effectiveness of the phonetic method. Neutral (or "standard") pronunciations are described, including the American variants of English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese. Each chapter comprises: Generalities, Vowels, Consonants, Structures, and Text. In addition, about thirty native accents (with variants) are dealt with, including American and British "mediatic" English (used in radio and television broadcastings; the British variant is often called "Estuary English"), besides "international", Canadian, Australian (with its well-known 4 variants), New-Zealand, traditional-British and Cockney English. For French, we also have "international", "mediatic" Parisian, banlieu Parisian, Marseilles and Canadian French. For German, besides neutral pronunciation, the variants of the former West Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and South Tyrol are also given. For Italian, the traditional pronunciation is added and a couple of "mediatic" variants (from Milan and Rome) as well. Also for Russian and Chinese, some variants are given, which are useful for descriptive and teaching purposes. The author was trained in the British phonetic tradition and teaches Phonetics and phonology at the University of Venice, Italy. The new fully revised and up-dated edition includes fairly important additions, integrations, substitutions, and modifications. This 2nd edition has been thoroughly revised, amended and updated. Many new figures, symbols, examples and terms have been added to the first edition. Contents Prelude 1 A synthesis of ‘Natural’ Phonetics & Tonetics Transcriptions The contents of HPr (& of NPT/MPh) Observations on phonetic terminology Guide to the figures Guide to different types of transcriptions Transcribing by hand Generic symbols The official IPA chart canIPA & correspondent offIPA symbols 2. English – American & British (neutral & other accents) 3. Italian 4. French (neutral & other accents) 5. German (neutral & other accents) 6. Spanish – Iberian & American 7. Portuguese – Brazilian & Lusitanian 8. Russian 9. Arabic 10. Hindi 11. Chinese – Mandarin 12. Japanese 13. Esperanto Utilizable bibliography Index Language index. ISBN 9783895868191. LINCOM Textbooks in Linguistics 11. 436pp. 2007. 2nd edition. 170mm x 240mm. Seller Inventory # B-9783895868191

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Canepari, Luciano & Cerini, Marco

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ISBN 10: 3862884953 ISBN 13: 9783862884957

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2013. Hardcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Gut. 1. Auflage. 170mm x 240mm. Seller Inventory # B-9783862884957

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Canepari, Luciano; Sharma, Ghanshyam

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ISBN 10: 386288693X ISBN 13: 9783862886937

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Gut. 1. Auflage. Hindi Pronunciation & Accents. Geo-social Applications of the Natural Phonetics & Tonetics Method. Luciano Canepari & Ghanshyam Sharma. University of Venice; INALCO. This book applies the principles of Natural Phonetics & Tonetics to describe the pronunciation of Hindi, including intonation, in a precise way never found in earlier treatises (even those by native phoneticians). It includes an introduction to the Natural Phonotonetics Method, which can be used for any other language, as well (without the sadly known limitations of official IPA). The vowels, consonants, structures, and intonation of Hindi are fully described and transcribed, with many examples of words, sentences, and conversations, in addition to the intonationally integrated IPA sample passage ‘The North Wind and the Sun’. Different types of Hindi pronunciation are described, including neutral, mediatic, and 16 local accents (and 6 diachronic stages). A mini-phono-dictionary contains almost 1400 words and proper names usually puzzling and challenging especially for foreigners. The typical English pronunciation by Indian speakers is also included. Luciano Canepari, Natural Phonetics & Tonetics, University of Venice, Italy, originally trained in the British phonetic tradition, later on he developed the Natural Phonotonetics Method. For Lincom he published (among others): A Handbook of Pronunciation; Natural Phonetics & Tonetics; English Pronunciation & Accents; German Pronunciation & Accents; in addition to Dutch & Afrikaans Pronunciation & Accents and Chinese Pronunciation & Accents (both with M. Cerini). ISBN 9783862886937 (Hardbound). LINCOM Studies in Phonetics 15. 160pp. EUR 122.80. 2016. 170mm x 240mm. Seller Inventory # B-9783862886937

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Canepari, Luciano; Cerini, Marco

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Neu. 1. Auflage. This book applies the principles of Natural Phonetics & Tonetics to describe the pronunciation of both Dutch and Afrikaans, including intonation, in a precise way never found in earlier treatises. It includes an introduction to the Natural Phonotonetics Method, which can be used for other languages, as well. In addition to Afrikaans pronunciation (with some variants), five kinds of Dutch pronunciation are systematically described: International, Neutral & Mediatic Flemish, and Neutral & Mediatic Netherlandic. Also 22 European regional accents are described, more concisely but still accurately and always with intonation, too. The pronunciation of Dutch by people from South Africa, the Netherlands Antilles and Surinam is given, as well. The synopses of Old and Middle Dutch are provided, too. The book is completed by a mini-phono-dictionary containing the transcription of almost 2000 place, family and person names. Luciano Canepari (Natural Phonetics & Tonetics, University of Venice, Italy, originally trained in the British phonetic tradition, later developed the Natural Phonotonetics Method) and Marco Cerini (PhD in Natural Phonetics & Tonetics, applied to Mandarin Chinese pronunciation, University of Venice, Italy). Contents: 1. Foreword. 2. Pronunciation & Phonetics. 3. The phono-articulatory apparatus. 4. The classification of sounds. 5. Vowels & vocoids. 6. The vowels & diphthongs of international Dutch. 7. Consonants & contoids. 8. The consonants of international Dutch. 9. Structures. 10. Intonation. 11. Some texts in phonotonetic transcription. 12. Neutral Flemish-Dutch pronunciation. 13. Mediatic Flemish-Dutch pronunciation. 14. Neutral Netherlandic-Dutch pronunciation. 15. Mediatic Netherlandic-Dutch pronunciation. 16. Regional Dutch accents (with five maps). 17. Non-European Dutch accents. 18. Afrikaans pronunciation. 19. Mini-phono-dictionary. 20. Old-Dutch & Middle-Dutch synopses. 170x240mm. Seller Inventory # B-9783862886944

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About this Item: Munich, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Neu. 1. Auflage. The updated and enlarged edition of this book applies the principles of Natural Phonetics & Tonetics to describe the pronunciation of Hindi, including intonation, in a precise way never found in earlier treatises (even those by native phoneticians). It includes an introduction to the Natural Phonotonetics Method, which can be used for any other language, as well (without the sadly known limitations of official IPA). The vowels, consonants, structures, and intonation of Hindi are fully described and transcribed, with many examples of words, sentences, and conversations, in addition to the intonationally integrated IPA sample passage 'The North Wind and the Sun'. Different types of Hindi pronunciation are described, including neutral, mediatic, and 16 local accents (and 6 diachronic stages). A mini-phono-dictionary contains almost 1400 words and proper names usually puzzling and challenging especially for foreigners. The typical English pronunciation by Indian speakers is also included. Luciano Canepari, Natural Phonetics & Tonetics, University of Venice, Italy, originally trained in the British phonetic tradition, later on he developed the Natural Phonotonetics Method. For Lincom he published (among others): A Handbook of Pronunciation; Natural Phonetics & Tonetics; English Pronunciation & Accents; German Pronunciation & Accents; in addition to Dutch & Afrikaans Pronunciation & Accents and Chinese Pronunciation & Accents (both with M. Cerini). Ghanshyam Sharma, Hindi Linguistics, INALCO, Paris, France. ISBN 9783862887958 (Hardbound). LINCOM Studies in Phonetics 15 (2nd edition). 160pp. 2017. 170mm x 240mm. Seller Inventory # B-9783862887958

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Canepari, Luciano ; Cerini, Marco

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Neu. 1. Auflage. Arabic Pronunciation & Accents. Geo-social Applications of the Natural Phonetics & Tonetics Method. Luciano Canepari & Marco Cerini. University of Venice. The principles of Natural Phonetics & Tonetics are applied to fully describe the pronunciation of Arabic, including intonation, in a precise way never found in earlier treatises, not even by native phoneticians. It includes an introduction to the Natural Phonotonetics Method, which can be used for any other language, as well (without the sadly known limitations of official IPA). The vowels, consonants, structures, and intonation of Arabic are fully described and transcribed, with many examples of words, sentences, and conversations, in addition to the intonationally integrated IPA sample passage ‘The North Wind and the Sun’. Different types of Arabic pronunciation are described, including its mediatic and international variants. Other chapters provide 6 traditional dialects, 3 diachronic stages, 25 foreign accents of Arabic, 26 concise language phonopses for easier comparisons, and the typical pronunciation of Arabic by English-speaking people. A short but useful phono-dictionary is also given. ISBN 9783862887514 (Hardbound). LINCOM Studies in Phonetics 18. 184pp. 2016. 170mm x 240mm. Seller Inventory # B-9783862887514

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Canepari, Luciano; Cerini, Marco

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ISBN 10: 3862886360 ISBN 13: 9783862886364

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Neu. 1. Auflage. Chinese Pronunciation. Geo-Social Applications of the Natural Phonetics & Tonetics Method. Luciano Canepari, Marco Cerini. University of Venice. This book applies the principles of Natural Phonetics & Tonetics to describe the pronunciation of Mandarin Chinese, including tones and intonation, in a precise way never found in earlier treatises (even those by native phoneticians). It includes an introduction to the Natural Phonotonetics Method, which can be used for any other language, as well (without the sadly known limitations of official IPA). The vowels, consonants, structures, tonemes, and intonation of Chinese are fully described and transcribed, with examples of words, sentences, and conversations, in addition to the intonationally integrated IPA sample passage ‘The North Wind and the Sun’. Many illustrations clearly show the articulation of vowels, diphthongs, including words in -r (érhuà), and tonograms for the tones and intonation. In addition to the neutral pronunciation of Chinese, also the mediatic/Pekingese pronunciation is fully described, with all its differences and peculiarities. Also included are two kinds of Taiwan Mandarin pronunciation, ten Chinese regional accents, three different dialects/languages, three diachronic stages. A mini-phono-dictionary contains more than 400 words, mainly proper names. ISBN 978 3 86288 636 4 (Hardbound). LINCOM studies in Phonetics 14. 242pp. 2015. 148mm x 210mm. Seller Inventory # B-9783862886364

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Canepari, Luciano; Miscio, Francesca

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Neu. 1. Auflage. Japanese Pronunciation & Accents. Geo-social Applications of the Natural Phonetics & Tonetics Method. Luciano Canepari & Francesca Miscio. University of Venice; University of Music, Tokyo. This book applies the principles of Natural Phonetics & Tonetics to describe the pronunciation of Japanese, including intonation, in a precise way never found in earlier treatises (even those by native phoneticians). It includes an introduction to the Natural Phonotonetics Method, which can be used for any other language, as well (without the sadly known limitations of official IPA). The vowels, consonants, structures, and intonation of Japanese are fully described and transcribed, with many examples of words, sentences, and conversations, in addition to the intonationally integrated IPA sample passage ‘The North Wind and the Sun’. Different types of Japanese pronunciation are described, including neutral, mediatic, and 20 local accents (and one diachronic stage). A mini-phono-dictionary contains more than 500 words and proper names usually puzzling and challenging especially for foreigners. The typical Japanese pronunciation by foreign speakers is also included. Luciano Canepari, Natural Phonotonetics, University of Venice, Italy, originally trained in the British phonetic tradition, later on he developed the Natural Phonotonetics Method. For Lincom he published (among others): A Handbook of Pronunciation; Natural Phonetics & Tonetics; English Pronunciation & Accents; German Pronunciation & Accents; in addition to Dutch & Afrikaans Pronunciation & Accents and Chinese Pronunciation & Accents (both with M. Cerini), and Hindi Pronunciation & Accents (both with G. Sharma). Francesca Miscio, Italian & Japanese Natural Phonotonetics, Musashino University of Music, Tokyo, Japan. ISBN 9783862887156. LINCOM Studies in Phonetics 17. 268pp. 2016. 170mm x 240mm. Seller Inventory # B-9783862887156

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Canepari, Luciano ; Balzi, Francesca

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Gut. 1. Auflage. Turkish Pronunciation & Accents. Geo-social Applications of the Natural Phonetics & Tonetics Method. Luciano Canepari & Francesca Balzi. University of Venice, University of Izmir. This book applies the principles of Natural Phonetics & Tonetics to describe the pronunciation of Turkish, including intonation, in a precise way never found in earlier treatises (even those by native phoneticians). It includes an introduction to the Natural Phonotonetics Method, which can be used for any other language, as well (without the sadly known limitations of official IPA). The vowels, consonants, structures, and intonation of Turkish are fully described and transcribed, with many examples of words, sentences, and conversations, in addition to the intonationally integrated IPA sample passage ‘The North Wind and the Sun’. Different types of Turkish pronunciation are described, including international, neutral, mediatic, traditional, and 16 local accents (with three diachronic stages). A mini-phono-dictionary contains almost 6000 words for non predictable stress patterns, long vowels, peculiar consonants, usually puzzling and challenging especially for foreigners. The typical Turkish pronunciation by foreign speakers is also included. ISBN 9783862887545. LINCOM Studies in Phonetics 20. 281pp. 2016. 148mm x 210mm. Seller Inventory # B-9783862887545

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Neu. 1. Auflage. Portuguese Pronunciation & Accents. Geo-social Applications of the Natural Phonetics & Tonetics Method. Luciano Canepari. University of Venice. This book applies the principles of Natural Phonetics & Tonetics to describe the pronunciation of Portuguese, including intonation, in a precise way never found in earlier treatises. It includes an introduction to the Natural Phonotonetics Method, which can be used for any other language, as well (without the sadly known limitations of official IPA). The vowels, consonants, structures, and intonation of Portuguese are fully described and transcribed, with many examples of words, sentences, and conversations, in addition to the intonationally integrated IPA sample passage ‘The North Wind and the Sun’. Different types of Portuguese pronunciation are fully described (with clear phonic maps): international, neutral, traditional, mediatic. In addition, the neutral, mediatic and broad pronunciations currently used in Brazil (16 koinés), Lusitania (12 koinés and some subdivisions), and Atlantic and Africa (adding Macau and East Timor, for 9 koinés) are extensively treated. Other chapters provide some foreign accents of Portuguese and 26 concise language phonopses and all orograms for easier comparisons. A mini-phono-dictionary contains more than 1000 words, mainly Names. ISBN 9783862888467 (Hardbound). LINCOM Studies in Phonetics 23. 260 pp. 2017. 148mm x 210mm. Seller Inventory # B-9783862888467

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Gut. 1. Auflage. L’autore, che s’è formato alla Scuola britannica di Fonetica, espande e completa le potenzialità della fonetica e tonetica naturali: articolatoria, uditiva e funzionale, per adeguarla alle esigenze descrittive e didattiche di svariate lingue e dialetti del mondo, secondo il metodo fonetico esposto nel volume. Il libro offre la necessaria espansione dell’alfabeto fonetico internazionale (IPA) per renderlo adatto a trattare in modo adeguato centinaia di lingue, non solo per quanto riguarda le vocali e le consonanti, ma anche per l’intonazione e i toni. Si danno centinaia d’utili figure articolatorie, in particolare vocogrammi, orogrammi, labiogrammi, palatogrammi, tonogrammi. La parte generale, pur cominciando in modo graduale, arriva a trattare a fondo tutte le caratteristiche segmentali e sovrasegmentali, senza trascurare la parafonica (o “paralinguistica”). Il manuale fornisce circa 1000 “suoni linguistici” coi loro simboli, di cui almeno 500 basici, 300 complementari e 200 supplementari. Nella seconda parte si descrivono in modo sintetico, ma preciso, circa 320 lingue di tutto il mondo (comprese 72 lingue morte). In un volume gemello (Manuale di pronuncia) s’applica in pieno il metodo fonetico, trattando molto a fondo la pronuncia di 12 lingue: italiano, inglese, francese, tedesco, spagnolo, portoghese, russo, arabo, hindi, cinese, giapponese ed esperanto. La nuova edizione interamente rivista e aggiornata include importanti aggiunte, integrazioni, sostituzioni e modifiche. Il titolo cambia per mostrare più chiaramente le ricche potenzialità dell'approccio naturale. Indice 1. Preludio Le trascrizioni Il contenuto dell'FTN/MaF (e del MaP) Osservazioni sulla terminologia 2. Far fonetica Guida alle figure Guida ai tipi di trascrizione Trascrivere a mano 3. Pronuncia e fonetica Il metodo fonetico 4. L'apparato fono-articolatorio Le pliche vocali Risonatóri (5 cavità fono-articolatorie) Le labbra 5. Classificazione dei suoni 6. Approccio graduale Vocali Sonorità Consonanti Punti d'articolazione Modi d'articolazione Elementi prosodici Accento di parola Accento di frase Toni Intonazione 7. L'IPA ufficiale e altre notazioni L'IPA ufficiale Le consonanti Le vocali Indicazioni prosodiche e diacritici Come mai non usano tutti l'IPA? Rapido confronto tra uffIPA e canIPA La revisione ufficiale dell'IPA (1989-96): una riforma mancata Diacritici ufficiali Diacritici segmentali Diacritici sovrasegmentali Diacritici tonali (ufficiali) di parola o di sillaba Sugli alfabeti non-IPA Confronto coi principali simboli non-IPA usati in Italia Da un paio d'IPA a tanti non-IPA diversi L'alfabeto fonetico dell'ALI: un altro esempio da non seguire Osservazioni sul (non) “rispetto” dei simboli Ipostatizzazione e “ipastatizzazione” 8. Vocali e vocoidi Altre classificazioni meno utili Di più sui vocoidi I vocoidi canIPA Pratica articolatoria I dittonghi: un fonema o due? Vocoidi canIPA e corrispondenti uffIPA 9. Consonanti e contoidi (1) Nasali Occlusivi Costrittivi Occlu-costrittivi Approssimanti Vibranti, vibrati e vibratili Laterali Memorizzazione Pratica articolatoria 10. Consonanti e contoidi (2) Tabella dei principali contoidi canIPA I contoidi canIPA (per modi d'articolazione) Nasali Occlusivi Occlu-costrittivi Costrittivi Approssimanti Vibranti Laterali Confronti tra contoidi simili 11. Peculiarità foniche Contoidi intensi (“sillabici”) Coarticolazione Modificazioni Variazioni Contoidi con stacchi particolari Prenasalizzazione “Aspirazione” Consonanti non-pneumoniche Consonanti eiettive Consonanti iniettive Consonanti deiettive Nasalizzazione di vocoidi Desonorizzazione di vocoidi Vocoidi in sillaba non-accentata I vocoidi nel canto Simboli generici (per categorie foniche) 12. Microstrutture La sillaba Scala di sillabicità Sillabazione Le sillabe e la catena parlata Durata Accento Tonalità e toni Pratica tonetica 13. Macrostrutture Prominenza Ritmo e ritmìe Pause Tonalità e intonìe Paragrafo e testo Velocità Intonazione L'intonìa Le protonìe Le to. Seller Inventory # B-9783895866586

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ISBN 10: 3895866598 ISBN 13: 9783895866593

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Gut. 1. Auflage. In questo volume si descrivono (con una precisione mai vista prima) la pronuncia e l’intonazione di 12 lingue (italiano, inglese, francese, tedesco, spagnolo, portoghese, russo, arabo, hindi, cinese, giapponese ed esperanto) ricorrendo alla fonetica naturale (articolatoria, uditiva e funzionale) trattata a fondo nel volume gemello, Fonetica e tonetica naturali, la nuova edizione interamente rivista e aggiornata del Manuale di fonetica. I ricchi apparati iconografici mostrano chiaramente le peculiarità di vocali, consonanti, intonazione (e toni) e le trascrizioni accurate e fedeli fanno “vedere i suoni” delle varie lingue (ci sono circa 350 foni in questo volume), col rigore e l’efficacia del metodo fonetico. Si descrivono le pronunce neutre (“standard”), comprese quelle americane, dell’inglese, francese, spagnolo e portoghese. Ogni capitolo è composto di: Generalità, Vocali, Consonanti, Strutture, Testo. Inoltre, è trattata anche una trentina d’altri accenti nativi (con varianti), fra cui l’inglese “mediatico” (della televisione e della radio) americano e britannico, l’inglese “internazionale”, canadese, australiano (con le sue 4 note varietà), neozelandese, britannico tradizionale e il Cockney di Londra. Per il francese, abbiamo anche la pronuncia “internazionale”, parigina “mediatica”, parigina delle Banlieues, marsigliese e del Québec. Per il tedesco, oltre alla pronuncia neutra, ci sono quella dell’ex Germania est, Austria, Svizzera e Alto Adige (Südtirol). Per l’italiano si dà anche la pronuncia tradizionale e un paio di pronunce “mediatiche” (Milano e Roma). Anche per il russo e il cinese sono date varianti utili descrittivamente e didatticamente. La nuova terze edizione edizione interamente rivista e aggiornata include importanti aggiunte, integrazioni, sostituzioni e modifiche. Indice 1. Preludio Sintesi di fonetica e tonetica “naturale” Le trascrizioni Il contenuto del MaP (e dell'FTN/MaF) Osservazioni sulla terminologia fonetica Guida alle figure Guida ai tipi di trascrizione Trascrivere a mano Simboli generici La tabella ufficiale dell'IPA Simboli canIPA e corrispondenti uffIPA 2. Italiano 3. Inglese (americano, britannico e altri accenti) 4. Francese (neutro e altri accenti) 5. Tedesco (neutro e altri accenti) 6. Spagnolo (iberico e americano) 7. Portoghese (brasiliano e lusitano) 8. Russo 9. Arabo 10. Hindi 11. Cinese (mandarino) 12. Giapponese 13. Esperanto Bibliografia utilizzabile Indice analitico Indice delle lingue ISBN 978 3 89586 659 3 (Hardbound). LINCOM Textbooks in Linguistics 04. 436pp. (formato: 17 x 24cm). 2007. Terza edizione. Seller Inventory # B-9783895866593

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ISBN 10: 3862885623 ISBN 13: 9783862885626

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Neu. 1. Auflage. German Pronunciation & Accents. Geo-social Applications of the Natural Phonetics & Tonetics Method. Luciano Canepari. University of Venice. The new updated and enlarged edition of this book applies the principles of Natural Phonetics & Tonetics to describe the pronunciation of German, including intonation, in a precise way never found in earlier treatises. It includes an introduction to the Natural Phonotonetics Method, which can be used for any other language, as well (without the sadly known limitations of official IPA). The vowels, consonants, structures, and intonation of German are fully described and transcribed, with many examples of words, sentences, and conversations, in addition to the intonationally integrated IPA sample passage ‘The North Wind and the Sun’ and a poem. A chapter gives more than 300 reduced forms (or ‘weak forms’), with several gradations and examples. Different types of German pronunciation are fully described, starting with 5 for Germany: international, neutral, traditional, mediatic and North-east. Then, the neutral, mediatic and broad pronunciations currently used in Austria, Switzerland and South Tyrol are extensively treated. Three more chapters describe (with 5 clear phonic maps) the 34 regional accents found in: Germany (18), Austria (9) and Switzerland (7), followed by those in Liechtenstein, Alsace, Lorraine, Luxemburg and Eastern Wallonia (Belgium). Other chapters provide more than 10 traditional dialects, 17 foreign accents of German, 6 diachronic stages, 26 concise language phonopses for easier comparisons, and the typical pronunciation of English by German-speaking people. A mini-phono-dictionary contains more than 2200 words and proper names usually puzzling and challenging especially for foreigners. ISBN 9783862887507 (Hardbound). 408pp. LINCOM Studies in Phonetics 12 (2nd edition). 2016. 170mm x 240mm. Seller Inventory # B-9783862887507

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ISBN 10: 392907575X ISBN 13: 9783929075755

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Neu. 1. Auflage. The first part (249 pages with 90 clear & accurate articulatory & intonation illustrations) gives the ‘International’ accent of English. This is not meant to be a simplified version for foreigners speaking to other foreigners, so often falsely presented as the solution for intercultural communication. The International accent of English, on the contrary (both in its current and native-like versions), is the sublimation of the American and British neutral (or ‘standard’) accents. This avoids the peculiarities of both these accents, while privileging their common and most general features, reducing thus their differences and real or seeming exceptions with respect to its current and highly unsatisfactory spelling. The neutral American and British accents are always given along, for comparisons and useful information, as well: Vowels, Consonants (including ‘The ‘whole truth’ on English r’), Stress and Intonation (including Paralinguistics). There follow a few chapters with phonotonetic transcriptions: Conversations, Literary texts, and the IPA sample text. The ‘mediatic’ American (or ‘General American’) and British (or ‘Estuary English’) accents are fully treated in separate chapters. The second part (407 pages) describes more than 200 accents: 120 native (up to 145 with variants), 61 bilingual, and 20 foreign accents. They are so distributed: North America: Canada & USA (73 accents, including 13 Native-American ones). British Isles: England (34 accents) and Wales, Scotland & Ireland (23 accents). Other accents: Australia, New Zealand & South Africa (28 accents). Second language: Caribbean, Far East, India, Africa, Malta & Gibraltar (28 accents). Foreign (20 accents). With 32 linguistic maps and 292 clear (though rigorous and extensive) illustrations for vowels, consonants and intonation. We can safely say that the book provides the most accurate descriptions of English accents ever done, in 700 pages, thanks to very many clear figures and precise transcriptions, with no ambiguities, that overcome the too obvious limits of the official IPA conception and symbols, sadly designed just for phonemic intralinguistic purposes, not for more useful interlinguistic and diaphonemic purposes. Appendices (44 pages): A concise international-pronunciation dictionary. Homophones. List of maps & paraphonic figures. The contoidal orograms & their canIPA symbols. Selected annotated bibliography. Official IPA chart. The author, who was trained in the British phonetic tradition, teaches Natural Phonetics & Tonetics, i.e. articulatory, auditory and functional, at the University of Venice, Italy. ISBN 978 3 929075 75 5 (Hardbound). LINCOM Studies in English Linguistics 16. 700pp. 170mm x 240mm. Seller Inventory # B-9783929075755

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About this Item: LINCOM - Munich, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Neu. 1. Auflage. French Pronunciation & Accents. Geo-social Applications of the Natural Phonetics & Tonetics Method. Luciano Canepari. University of Venice. This book applies the principles of Natural Phonetics & Tonetics to describe the pronunciation of French, including intonation, in a precise way never found in earlier treatises. It includes an introduction to the Natural Phonotonetics Method, which can be used for any other language, as well (without the sadly known limitations of official IPA). The vowels, consonants, structures, and intonation of French, including liaison and the unstable e phoneme, are fully described and transcribed, with many examples of words, sentences, and conversations, in addition to the intonationally integrated IPA sample passage ‘The North Wind and the Sun’, and some lofty texts. Different types of French pronunciation are fully described: international, neutral, traditional, mediatic. In addition, the neutral, mediatic and broad pronunciations currently used in France, Belgium, and Switzerland are extensively treated. Further chapters describe (with clear phonic maps) the 61 regional accents found in: France, Belgium, Switzerland, and Canada, and other parts of the world. Other chapters provide 7 traditional dialects, 23 foreign accents of French, 4 diachronic stages, 26 concise language phonopses for easier comparisons. A mini-phono-dictionary contains about 200 words, chosen among the most problematic ones for pronunciation and the use of liaison. Extensive lists of homophones and numbers are also provided. ISBN 9783862887910 (Hardbound). LINCOM Studies in Phonetics 21. 428pp. 2017. 148mm x 210mm. Seller Inventory # B-9783862887910

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ISBN 10: 3895864811 ISBN 13: 9783895864810

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Gut. 1. Auflage. The pronunciation and intonation of 12 languages are described in this book: English, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Arabic, Hindi, Chinese, Japanese, and Esperanto. They are dealt with (in such a precise manner as never seen before) by applying natural phonetics (i.e. articulatory, auditory, and functional) thoroughly dealt with in the twin volume, A Handbook of Phonetics. Many figures clearly show the peculiarities of vowels, consonants, intonation, and tones, whereas very accurate and faithful transcriptions help to “see the sounds” of several languages. There are about 350 phones in this book, treated with the rigor and effectiveness of the phonetic method. Neutral (or “standard”) pronunciations are described, including the American variants of English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese. Each chapter comprises: Generalities, Vowels, Consonants, Structures, and Text. In addition, about thirty native accents (with variants) are dealt with, including American and British “mediatic” English (used in radio and television broadcastings; the British variant is often called “Estuary English”), besides “international”, Canadian, Australian (with its well-known 4 variants), New-Zealand, traditional-British and Cockney English. For French, we also have “international”, “mediatic” Parisian, banlieu Parisian, Marseilles and Canadian French. For German, besides neutral pronunciation, the variants of the former West Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and South Tyrol are also given. For Italian, the traditional pronunciation is added and a couple of “mediatic” variants (from Milan and Rome) as well. Also for Russian and Chinese, some variants are given, which are useful for descriptive and teaching purposes. The author was trained in the British phonetic tradition and teaches Phonetics and phonology at the University of Venice, Italy. Contents: Foreword 1. Prelude A synthesis of Phonetics and Tonetics Transcriptions The contents of the Handbook Observations on phonetic terminology Guide to the figures Guide to different types of transcriptions Transcribing by hand Generic symbols (for phonetic categories) The official IPA chart 2. Italian 3. English (American & British) 4. French 5. German 6. Spanish (Iberian & American) 7. Portuguese (Brazilian & Lusitanian) 8. Russian 9. Arabic 10. Hindi 11. Chinese (Mandarin) 12. Japanese 13. Esperanto Utilizable bibliography Index Language index ISBN 3895864811 (Hardbound). LINCOM Textbooks in Linguistics 11. 436pp. 2005. Seller Inventory # B-9783895864810

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2005. Softcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Gut. 1. Auflage. The author, who was trained in the British phonetic tradition and teaches Phonetics and phonology at the University of Venice, has expanded and completed the potential of natural phonetics, i.e. articulatory, auditory, and functional, in order to update and adapt it to the descriptive and teaching needs of several languages and dialects of the world, according to the phonetic method which is explained in the book. The handbook offers the necessary expansion of the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) to make it appropriate to adequately deal with hundreds of languages; not only for vowels and consonants, but also for intonation and tones. Hundreds of useful figures are provided, in particular vocograms, orograms, labiograms, palatograms, and tonograms. The general part, although beginning in a gradual way, deals with all the segmental and suprasegmentals in depth, without neglecting paraphonics (or “paralinguistics”). The handbook provides about 1000 “linguistic sounds” with their symbols, of which at least 500 are basic, 300 complementary, and 200 supplementary. In the second part, about 320 languages from all over the world are concisely but precisely dealt with (including 72 dead languages). In a twin volume (A Handbook of Pronunciation) the phonetic method is fully applied, by thoroughly dealing with the pronunciation of 12 languages: English, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Arabic, Hindi, Chinese, Japanese, and Esperanto. Contents: Foreword 1. Prelude Transcriptions The contents of the Handbook Observations on terminology 2. Doing phonetics Guide to the figures Guide to different types of transcriptions Transcribing by hands 3. Pronunciation and phonetics The phonentic method 4. The phono-articulatory apparatus The vocal folds Resonators (5 phono-articulatory cavities) The lips 5. The classification of sounds 6. A gradual approach Vowels Voicing Consonants Places of articulation Manners of articulation Prosodic elements Stress Sentence stress Tones Intonation 7. The official IPA and other notations Official IPA Consonants Vowels Prosodic indications and diacritics How come the IPA is not used by everyone? Quick comparison between offIPA and canIPA The official revision of the IPA (1989-96): a missed reform Official diacritics Segmental diacritics Suprasegmental diacritics Official tones and word accents About non-IPA alphabets Comparison with the main non-IPA symbols used in Romanistic studies From a couple of IPA to many different non-IPA’s The phonetic alphabet of the Italian Linguistic Atlas: Another example not to follow! Observations on the (non) respect of symbols Hypostatization and “IPAstatization” 8. Vowels & vocoids Other, less useful classifications More about vocoids canIPA vocoids Articulatory practice Diphthongs: one phoneme or two? Vocoids of canIPA and correspondence with offIPA 9. Consonants & contoids (1) Nasals Stops Constrictives Stop-strictives Approximants Trills Laterals Memorization Articulatory practice 10. Consonants & contoids (2) canIPA contoids (displayed according to articulation manners) Nasals Stops Stop-strictives Constrictives Approximants Trills Laterals Table of the main canIPA contoids Comparisons between similar contoids 11. Phonic peculiarities Syllabic contoids Coarticulation Modifications Variations Contoids with particular offsets Prenasalization “Aspiration” Non-pulmonic consonants Ejective consonants Injective consonants Dejective consonants (clicks) Nasalization of vocoids Devoicing vocoids Vocoids in unstressed syllables Vocoids in singing Generic symbols (for phonic categories) 12. Microstructures Syllables Scale of syllabicity Sillabification Syllables and the speech chain Length Stress Pitch and tons Tonetic practice 13. Macrostructures Prominence Rhythm and rhythm groups Pauses Pitch and intonation groups Paragraph and text Rate Intonation Intonation groups Preintonemes Intonemes Questions Intoneme modifications Parentheses and quotations Considerat. Seller Inventory # B-9783895864803

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Published by LINCOM (2016)

ISBN 10: 3862887499 ISBN 13: 9783862887491

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About this Item: LINCOM, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: Neu. Dust Jacket Condition: Gut. 1. Auflage. New updated, enlarged and recast edition. The first part gives the ‘International’ accent of English. This is not meant to be a simplified version for foreigners speaking to other foreigners, so often falsely presented as the solution for intercultural communication. The International accent of English, on the contrary (both in its current and native-like versions), is the sublimation of the American and British neutral (or ‘standard’) accents. This avoids the inconvenient peculiarities of both these accents, while privileging their common and most general features, reducing thus their differences and real or seeming exceptions with respect to its current and highly unsatisfactory spelling. The neutral American and British accents are always given along, for comparisons and useful information, as well: Vowels, Consonants (including The ‘whole truth’ on English R), Stress and Intonation (including paraphonics). There follow a few chapters with phonotonetic transcriptions: Conversations, Literary texts, and the IPA sample text. The ‘mediatic’ American (or ‘General American’) and British (or ‘Estuary English’) accents are also fully treated in separate chapters. The second part — with 32 linguistic maps and more than 300 clear (though rigorous and extensive) illustrations for vowels, consonants and intonation — describes more than 200 accents: 121 native (up to 146 with variants), 63 bilingual, and 30 foreign accents. They are so distributed: North America: Canada & USA (including 13 Native-American accents). British Isles: England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Other accents: Australia, New Zealand & South Africa. Second language: Caribbean, Far East, India, Africa, Malta, Gibraltar, the Falklands, and Foreign accents. We can safely say that the book provides the most accurate descriptions of English accents ever done, in 900 pages, thanks to very many clear figures and precise transcriptions, with no ambiguities, that overcome the too obvious limits of the official IPA conception and symbols, sadly designed just for phonemic intralinguistic purposes, not for more useful interlinguistic and diaphonemic purposes. 148mm x 210mm. Seller Inventory # B-9783862887491

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