Title, Elements of general phonetics. Author, David Abercrombie. Publisher, Aldine Pub. Co., Original from, the University of Michigan. Digitized, Feb 21 . This classic introduction is designed for students with no previous knowledge of phonetics in linguistics, speech therapy, and modern languages. It remains one. Download Citation on ResearchGate | Elements of general phonetics / David Abercrombie | Reimpresiones de , }.
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It seemed to me that it addresses students with a little previous knowledge on the topic. Should be required reading for all undergraduate phonetics courses.
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Pilar marked it as to-read Dec 22, It remains one of the best descriptions of the main topics in the study of phonetics. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Not only is this one of the most beautiful books in my collection, but more than anything this was an absolutely joy to read.
Elements of General Phonetics by David Abercrombie
This book is not phonteics featured on Listopia. No trivia or quizzes yet. A couple days ago I plowed through a textbook in English phonology, which was very a very laborious task and really tried my patience. Jun 14, Saad marked it as to-read. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Mar 21, Ester rated it it was amazing Shelves: Abercrombie, however, is both a skilled phonetician and a generall writer, which makes his text flow and easy to read and follow.
Poulam Sarkar marked it as to-read Feb 06, This classic introduction is designed for students with no previous knowledge of phonetics in linguistics, speech therapy, and modern languages.
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Adebisi Fatimah marked it as to-read Jun 20, Some of the information in the book is slightly out of date, and some of his terminology is obsolete – however Not only is this one of the most beautiful books in my collection, but more than anything this was an absolutely joy to read.
Tahere marked it as to-read Oct 22, Contents Introduction 1 Language and medium. It remains one of the best descriptions of the main topics in the study of phonetics.