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B05
Articulatory Phonetics --Smalley (muffled recording)
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B08
                           
  B09 The Strange Case of the English Language narrated by Harry Reasoner, March 1968 (very poor quality tape)  
  B10 Semantics and Communication, "Time Out for Semantics, Part 9"              
  B11.01 1. Conversations in a Negro-American Dialect: 1-p2; 2-p18; 3-p21 & 23; 4-p29; 8-p86/92; 12-p130 & 132; 13-p147; 14-p162
    2. W. Wolfram - Psycholinguistic Study - Ghetto Dialects:  6; 7; 8; 9; 10; 13; 17; 20; 21; short excerpts: 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8; 9
  B11.02 Ray Hicks of Beech Mountain North Carolina, telling four traditional "Jack Tales"          
 
B14
contents.pdf                  
 
B15
Initiation à la Phonétique --Bouquiaux, Cloarec-Heiss, Thomas
    A-Consonnes:  Occlusives, Fricatives et spirantes; B-Vibrantes (Clics - not recorded)    
   

A-Consonnes:  Articulations complexes; B-Voyelles:  Orales; Nasales; C-Duré, tension, intensité: 
Syllabique; Consonantique; Vocalique; D-Hauteur musicale:  Tons mélodiques; registres; intonation

   
 
B16
Initiation à la Phonétique --Bouquiaux, Cloarec-Heiss, Thomas
contents.pdf        
   

1  Acoustics of speech - Pure and complex tones; F's of synthesizer; Northwind; ba - pa, bæ - dæ - gæ

   
   

2  Phonetic contrasts in various languages:  Cherokee, Kashmiri, Nama, Temne; bi - ba -  bu

   
   

3  The Lord's Prayer in Old English, Middle English, Early Modern English, Contemporary English

   
 
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  A01 Evelyn Gott and Raven I. McDavid, Jr. - Our Changing Language
   

The historical development of English from the 5th Century AD to the present day in England:  Old English, Middle English, Early Modern (Elizabethan) English, and present-day British English; Comparisons of British and Midwest American pronunciation and vocabulary

    A brief documentry account of the changes in the language;  Dialects (all read similar paragraph):  Alabama, Redondo Beach, Calif.; New Holland, Pa. (Pennsylvania Dutch); Plymouth, N.H.; Chicago, Ill.; San Antonio, Texas; St. John's, Newfoundland; Salt Lake City, Utah; Marlinton, West Va.; Edmonton, Alberta
  A02 Auditory discrimination experiment                      
  A10 American dialects
   

informants all reading same paragraph and word list - informants' origins unknown

    Program - Intelligence:  A court trial on reapportionment; Interview with a man who hit another with a screwdriver (not clear);
3 interviews with men at tobacco warehouse; man reciting homespun poetry
 
Exercises
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  E01 Shawnee:  Verbal  Autobiographies by Various Shawnees, etc. (three versions of same thing)      
    1 2 3                            
  E02 Hopi
    Rabbit Hunting
The Turtle Story by Willie Coin (June 1956)
Hopi 1960 - Original belongs to C.F. Voegelin; Informant - Pauline
3 (continued)
             
  E03 Upper Chehalis handout.pdf                      
  E04.01 Jones' Cardinal Vowels                          
  E04.02 L541 week 4, Mr. Painter - Talk on Larngectomy Patients and Substitute voices          
 
E04.03
Language speciments from Principles of International Phonetic Assoc. and other sources
    Kuwait Arabic; Japanese; Korean; Chinese; Norwegian; Swedish; Anum; Sotho; Hindi; Tamil; Igbo; Yoruba; Twi; Finnish; Hungarian; Estonian; Turkish; Arabic; Punjabi; Dutch; Bengali; Russian    
 
E04.04
             
 
E08
American Dialects, from Raven McDavid's Linguistic Atlas
               
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E09
                     
  E12 Dick Reeves - Gullah, a dialect of South Carolina Negro patois              
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E19
Practical Phonetics
   

front vowels
back vowels
central vowels
nasalized vowels, voiceless vowels and vowel review
bilabial and dental stops

palatal and velar stops
stop review
vowel and consonant length
nasals
10  nasal vowels

     
 
E20
Phonetics (examples of different languages)
   

Sindhi, Twana, Bantu
2 Hindi, Malayalem, Arabic
3 Hindi, Korean
4 Malayalam, Norwegian
5 Russian
6 Estonian
7 Articulation of IPA consonants
8 Estonian
9 Norwegian, Amoy
10 Swedish, French, Japanese
11 Cardinal vowels

12 Thai
13 Lango
14 Vietnamese
15 Thai
16 Korean
17 Norwegian
18 Norwegian
19 consonant and vowel length in Estonian
20 practice dictation:  consonants
22 cardinal vowel dictation and IPA consonant dictation
23 nonsense syllables 1-10

   
 
E21
Arabic Sound Discrimination Tapes
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