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ERIC Number: ED056607
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 40
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Color-Contrasted French and English Sounds.
Miller, J. Dale
This set of color-coded, phonetic diagrams of French vowels, semivowels, and consonants is intended to help students experiencing difficulty in mastering particular phonological features of the language and for use as an audiovisual aid in phonetics classes. Each diagram provides a color-contrasting description of the French sound and the corresponding English equivalent expressed in terms of the point of articulation. The positions of the tongue, lips, jaw, and teeth are described for every French phoneme. It is suggested that students will alleviate their "trouble spots" through pronunciation practice with the use of a mirror. (RL)
Brigham Young University Press, Publication Sales, 205 UPB, Provo, Utah 84601 ($2.50)
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