Alfred's IPA Made Easy: A Guidebook for the International by Anna Wentlent

By Anna Wentlent

What percentage years has it been due to the fact that your final diction type? this useful guidebook is a straightforward reference for the symbols utilized in IPA: what they seem like and the way they're mentioned. instance phrases for each image are integrated in English, Latin, Italian, German, French, and Spanish. And a web source contains recorded demonstrations of each sound. a transparent and concise instrument for making a song in international languages, both invaluable within the choir room and the vocal studio. Dimensions are 5.25" x 7.5".

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With the tongue in the position for the vowel sound [a], emit air as if making an “h” sound. English Italian n/a n/a French Latin n/a n/a German Spanish Bach n/a Listening Lab: Example #51 55 [ʎ] voiced approximant consonant Referred to as an “elya,” this consonant sound is similar to [l], but is produced with the blade of the tongue instead of the tip. English Italian n/a Pagliacci French Latin n/a n/a German Spanish n/a n/a Listening Lab: Example #52 56 [z] voiced fricative consonant Articulate this sound clearly by consciously allowing air to exit the front of the mouth between the teeth and tongue.

English Italian fusion n/a French Latin gens n/a German Spanish n/a n/a Listening Lab: Example #54 58 [dZ] voiced consonant combination Say [d] and [] as one sound. English Italian just giovane French Latin n/a Regina German Spanish n/a inyectar Listening Lab: Example #55 59 [gz] voiced consonant combination Say [g] and [z] as one sound. English Italian exit n/a French Latin exhiber exalto German Spanish n/a n/a Listening Lab: Example #56 60 [ks] unvoiced consonant combination Say [k] and [s] as one sound.

English Italian dairy n/a French Latin n/a n/a German Spanish n/a n/a Listening Lab: Example #43 47 [s] unvoiced fricative consonant Articulate this sound clearly by consciously allowing air to exit the front of the mouth between the teeth and tongue. English Italian race sei French Latin classe spiritu German Spanish das rosa Listening Lab: Example #44 48 [S] unvoiced fricative consonant Articulate this sound clearly by consciously allowing air to exit the front of the mouth between the teeth and tongue.

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