Bien entendu!: introduction à la prononciation française

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Prentice Hall, 1993 - Foreign Language Study - 244 pages
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Introduces basic concepts of phonetics illustrated with many examples. Features a scientific approach to the acquisition of a good French pronunciation; a modified phonetic system and comparisons with English language, dialects, and regional speech; two chapters on intonation comparing main features of different varieties of French. A helpful tool for graduate-level French pronunciation instructors.

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About the author (1993)

Albert Valdman is Rudy Professor of French, Italian, and Linguistics (emeritus) and the director of the Creole Institute at Indiana University. He is also the editor of the "Haitian CreoleaEnglish Bilingual Dictionary".

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