Amélioration de la prononciation: Quelques consonnes et phénomènes prosodiques
Written by the Public Service Commission of Canada.
Published by Canadian Government Publishing, 1991.
|Targets everyday problems.
Do you know that the sound [l] is easier to pronounce when it is near the vowels [i], [e] and [y] at the end of a word and in a context of rising intonation? Quelques consonnes et phénomènes prosodiques offers a variety of correction techniques to make proper pronunciation of selected consonants more easy. Various similar consonant sounds are also compared to help achieve good pronunciation of them.
The Rhythm of French:
Learning satisfactory rhythm may depend on such concepts as liaison and elision. The book presents obligatory, optional and inadmissable liaison with [z] and [t] and clearly explains the rules. Gain assurance through easy to understand theory and practical exercises.
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