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E-Books

Phonologie (Hall)

Dieses Link führt zur e-Book-Version von: Hall, Tracy Alan: Phonologie: Eine Einführung. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2011 (De-Gruyter-Studienbuch). – ISBN 978-3-11-021588-5

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Deutsches Aussprachewörterbuch

Dieses Link führt zur e-Book-Version von Krech, Eva-Maria et al: Deutsches Aussprachewörterbuch. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2011. - ISBN 978-3-11-021556-4

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E-Lectures

Phonetics - Basic Segments of Speech (Consonants)

This E-Lecture describes the fundamental parameters of consonantal articulation: place, manner, and voicing and exemplifies all respective consonants by means of animations and live video recordings.


Phonetics - Basic Segments of Speech - Vowels I

The focus of this E-Lecture is the system of Cardinal Vowels.


Phonetics - Basic Segments of Speech - Vowels II

"Vowels II" relates the various types of vowels: monophthongs, diphthongs, nasalized vowels, devoiced vowels and semi-vowels to the reference system of the Cardinal Vowels".


Distinctive Features I

This first of two E-Lectures about distinctive features in phonology looks at the historical development of distinctive features from Trubetzkoy's system of distinctive oppositions via Jakobson's system of acoustic features to Chomsky's and Halle's system described in their influential work "The Sound Pattern of English."


Distinctive Features II

This second E-Lecture on Distinctive Features examines the main vocalic and consonantal features and shows how phonological rules and phonotactic statements can most efficiently be made using distinctive features and defining natural classes.


Weitere Ressourcen

Uni Iowa: Sounds of Speech

Sounds of Speech™ provides a comprehensive understanding of how, physiologically, each of the speech sounds of American English is formed. It includes animations, videos, and audio samples that describe the essential features of eac


UCLA: Index of sounds

Hörbeispiele: z.T. 'exotische' Laute von Muttersprachlern gesprochen.


span | speech production and articulation knowledge group (UCLA)

MRT-Aufnahmen von gesprochener Sprache / Lautproduktion.


World Atlas of Language Structures Online

The World Atlas of Language Structures (WALS) is a large database of structural (phonological, grammatical, lexical) properties of languages