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  1. Pronunciation Tutorial 1: English Pronunciation and IPA: Voicing and Place
    Duration: 8:35



    Description: A video tutorial about the International Phonetic Alphabet and the English language. This is the first in a series of several videos that will help you understand English pronunciation so that you can learn another language's pronunciation. Here we cover consonants, specifically the concepts of voicing and place. www.towerofbabelfish.com Second Video (Consonants Place): www.youtube.com Third Video (Vowels): www.youtube.com Anki Deck: www.towerofbabelfish.com @TowerBabelfish: t.co


    Keywords: IPA, English pronunciation, language learning, pronunciation, English consonants, consonants, Anki, Educational, How-to (Conference Subject), Tutorial (Literary Genre), Education (Industry), Lessons, Learn
    Average rating: 5.0





  2. Pronunciation Tutorial 3: English Vowels and the International Phonetic Alphabet
    Duration: 14:29



    Description: First Video: youtu.be Second Video (Consonants: Place): www.youtube.com Third Video (Vowels): www.youtube.com The third video tutorial on the International Phonetic Alphabet and English Pronunciation. This one covers the English Vowels and vowel characteristics in general - Height, Rounding and Backness, with the eventual goal of helping you learn your target language pronunciation based on better understanding your native language. Some Links: The main website: www.towerofbabelfish.com Specific language resources for most of the commonly learned languages www.towerofbabelfish.com Anki Deck: www.towerofbabelfish.com Wiki's article on IPA: en.wikipedia.org English Phonology: en.wikipedia.org The Sounds of French (aka "How to learn new vowels"): youtu.be Some more vowel charts: French, German, Italian, English RP and GA: www.helsinki.fi Russian (compared with German, oddly enough): www.tuninst.net Spanish (and everything else): bartus.org Czech: en.wikipedia.org @TowerBabelfish: t.co


    Keywords: IPA, How to learn Pronunciation, How to learn a language, Vowels, English Pronunciation, English Vowels, Vowel Backness, Vowel Height, Vowel Rounding, Tutorial (Literary Genre), How-to (Conference Subject), Learn, Lesson, Lessons, Education, Teacher, Students, Teachers, Free
    Average rating: 5.0





  3. Sunny Articulation Phonology Test Tutorial- For Speech Language Pathologists
    Duration: 10:01



    Description: This is a video tutorial for the version 3.0 of the SAPT.


    Keywords: speech therapy, apps, ipad, iphone, speech-language pathology, application, geekslp, smarty ears, smarty-ears, slp, articulation, phonology






  4. Pronunciation Tutorial 2: English Pronunciation and IPA: Manner
    Duration: 9:50



    Description: First Video: youtu.be Second Video (Consonants: Place): www.youtube.com Third Video (Vowels): www.youtube.com A video tutorial about the International Phonetic Alphabet and the English language. This is the second in a series of several videos that will help you understand the IPA and English pronunciation so that you can learn another language's pronunciation. Here we cover consonants, specifically manner, and how it combines with voicing and place to make each consonant. Some Links: The main website: www.towerofbabelfish.com Specific language resources for most of the commonly learned languages www.towerofbabelfish.com Anki Deck: www.towerofbabelfish.com Wiki's article on IPA: en.wikipedia.org English Phonology: en.wikipedia.org Place of Articulation: en.wikipedia.org @TowerBabelfish: t.co


    Keywords: IPA, English pronunciation, language learning, pronunciation, English consonants, consonants, Anki, learn English pronunciation, tutorial, free, guide, education, lesson, How-to (Conference Subject), Lessons, Learn
    Average rating: 5.0





  5. IPA: International Phonetic Alphabet
    Duration: 4:51



    Description: Some of the phonemes in the IPA. This can be taken seriously, if you wish. Or don't.


    Keywords: IPA, Phonemes, Herzog chicken, rat mouse, linguistics, phonetics, phonology
    Average rating: 4.4





  6. Learn English - Introduction to phonetics
    Duration: 6:21



    Description: This is a phonetics tutorial. It is meant to help students of English as a foreign language learn the sounds of English, as well as the IPA symbols.


    Keywords: efl, toic, english, foreign, phonetics, tefl, tesol, language, grammar, phonics, learn
    Average rating: 4.7





  7. Cantonese Tones Overview ???????
    Duration: 8:26



    Description: This is an overview of Cantonese tones. ?????????? Links: This presentation in .pdf: sites.google.com Wikipedia on the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA): en.wikipedia.org Wikipedia on interval ratio: en.wikipedia.org Wikipedia on Jyutping: en.wikipedia.org Wikipedia on the SL Wong romanization system: en.wikipedia.org Wikipedia on the four tones of Middle Chinese: en.wikipedia.org


    Keywords: Cantonese, phonology, pronunciation, syllable, tone, lesson, guide, overview, letter, IPA, international, phonetic, alphabet, ?????????????????????????????tutorial, lessons, tutorials
    Average rating: 5.0





  8. German Pronunciation Tutorial [FJvid005Ten]
    Duration: 10:09



    Description: German phonemes pronounced, each with example words. I tried to cover all letters and letter combinations which learners of the German language need to pay attention to. One thing I forgot: Words that start with "Ch": here the CH is either pronounced as a K (Chor = choir, Chaos, Cham�leon, the city Chemnitz) or as a soft CH (the country China, Chicore� = chicory). "CHS": pronounced as "KS"! As in the words "wachsen" (to grow) and "der Lachs" (the salmon). Attention with compound nouns, where a "chs" is actually a "CH"+"S", and the CH is therefore pronounced as explained in the video! And of course I could not talk about the many many many exceptions (the German language has many rules - and even more exceptions *g*). Most exceptions in pronunciation have their origin in the German's habit of using foreign words in their original spelling and a near-to-original pronunciation.


    Keywords: fjvidt, German, pronunciation, orthoepy, Deutsch, deutsche, Aussprache, Umlaute, umlauts, language, learning, Sprache, lernen
    Average rating: 4.8





  9. Cantonese Initials Overview ???????
    Duration: 7:09



    Description: This is an overview of Cantonese initials. ?????????? Links: This presentation in .pdf: sites.google.com Wikipedia on syllables: en.wikipedia.org Wikipedia on consonants: en.wikipedia.org Wikipedia on places of articulation: en.wikipedia.org Wikipedia on the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA): en.wikipedia.org Wikipedia on Jyutping: en.wikipedia.org Wikipedia on aspiration: en.wikipedia.org


    Keywords: Cantonese, phonology, pronunciation, initial, onset, lesson, guide, overview, syllable, letter, IPA, international, phonetic, alphabet, ???????????????????????????????tutorial, lessons, tutorials
    Average rating: 5.0





  10. Phonetic Alphabet AZ English
    Duration: 1:19



    Description: Created can owned by rnaudioproductions for www.ipodity.com www.allcast.co.uk THe Phonetic Alphabet is used Internationally in shipping and air traffic control aswell as by the Police/Emergency AudioProductions 2007 ipodity.com allcast.co.uk mp3 ipod download book audiobooks I have now set up a site with over 200 classic poems in English - all with full text in the information box. Shakespeare, Poe, Oscar Wilde, Lewis Carroll, Edward Lear, William Blake and many more... Lots to add to ;rnaudioproductions for www.ipodity.com www.allcast.co.uk Heres one famous one about a Tiger : www.youtube.com Audio created by Robert Nichol AudioProductions all rights reserved ipodity.com allcast.co.uk mp3 ipod download book audiobooks


    Keywords: English, Language, Phonetic, Alphabet, ELT, tefl, rnaudioproductions, army, navy, police, RAF, bbc, audio, book, recorded, booksook, ipodity.com, allcast.co.uk, mp3, ipod, download, audiobooks
    Average rating: 4.8





  11. Searching for Material on Phonology
    Duration: 9:03



    Description: An introduction to searching in the library catalogue and online research databases.


    Keywords: Linguistics, Phonology, Databases, Tutorial, University of Calgary






  12. American English - phonetic practice b1 - writing spoken nonsense words
    Duration: 2:58



    Description: This video is practice writing spoken words phonetically. Get a piece of paper and write them down as your hear them. The answers are at justpaste.it/answers-b1. Truespel enables writing phonetics as it uses no special symbols. In this list there are 20 spoken nonsense words. Each of the 40 phonemes of US English are spoken about the same number of times. See more phoneme data and truespel phonetic dictionaries at authorhouse.com See the converters at truespel.com to change text and web pages to phonetics.


    Keywords: truespel, American English, tutorial, accent, pronunciation, phonetics, phonetic spelling, phonics, reading, US English, USA English, American English pronunciation, IPA, American accent, American dialect, dialects, phonemes, lesson, instruction, ESL, TESOL






  13. French Consonants
    Duration: 4:28



    Description: Spoken by a native French speaker (thanks Nathalie!). Note that 'ticket' is pronounced incorrectly in this video. The correct pronounciation is /tik?/.


    Keywords: french, francais, consonants, pronounciation, phonology, linguistics, languages, langue
    Average rating: 4.9





  14. the 40 sounds of US English explained
    Duration: 7:35



    Description: Truespel phonetics is the only English based pronunciation guide with no special symbols. Kids can now learn phonetics. See the truespel phonetic converter at truespel.com and the 4 truespel books at authorhouse.com


    Keywords: American English, English, pronunciation, truespel, phonetic, language, tutorial, spelling, phonics






  15. Galicia - Spain
    Duration: 1:55



    Description: Ferries to Spain: ferriesspain.net Galicia is an autonomous community and historic region in northwest Spain, with the status of a historic nationality, and descends from one of the first kingdoms of Europe, the Kingdom of Galicia. It is constituted under the Galician Statute of Autonomy of 1981. Its component provinces are A Coru�a, Lugo, Ourense and Pontevedra. It is bordered by Portugal to the south, the Spanish regions of Castile and Le�n and Asturias to the east, the Atlantic Ocean to the west, and the Bay of Biscay to the north. Besides its continental territory, Galicia includes the archipelagos of C�es, Ons, S�lvora, as well as Cortegada Island, the Malveiras Islands, Sisargas Islands, and Arousa Island. Galicia has roughly 2.78 million inhabitants as of 2008, with the largest concentration in two coastal areas, from Ferrol to A Coru�a in the northwest from Vilagarc�a to Vigo on the southwest. The capital is Santiago de Compostela, in the province of A Coru�a. Vigo, in the province of Pontevedra, is the most populous city, with 297332 inhabitants (INE 2009). Galicia has its own historic language, Galician, more closely related to Portuguese than Spanish, and sharing a common Galician-Portuguese root language with the former in the Middle Ages. Some authors even consider present-day Galician and Portuguese to be dialects of a single language,but the prevailing view, endorsed by the Galician Language Institute is that differences, especially in phonology and ...


    Keywords: Galicia, Spain, travel, viaggiatore.net, holidays
    Average rating: 4.9





  16. Cantonese Finals Overview ???????
    Duration: 11:15



    Description: This is an overview of Cantonese finals. Although tones are also considered part of finals, I will talk about them in another video. ?????????????????????? Links: This presentation in .pdf: sites.google.com Wikipedia on syllables: en.wikipedia.org Wikipedia on vowels: en.wikipedia.org Wikipedia on diphthongs: en.wikipedia.org Wikipedia on consonants: en.wikipedia.org Wikipedia on syllabic consonants: en.wikipedia.org Wikipedia on the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA): en.wikipedia.org Wikipedia on Jyutping: en.wikipedia.org Wikipedia on places of articulation: en.wikipedia.org Wikipedia on homorganic consonants: en.wikipedia.org Wikipedia on unreleased consonants: en.wikipedia.org


    Keywords: Cantonese, phonology, pronunciation, final, rime, rhyme, lesson, guide, overview, syllable, letter, IPA, international, phonetic, alphabet, ???????????????????????????????tutorial, lessons, tips, tutorials
    Average rating: 5.0





  17. Phonetics: Part 1
    Duration: 5:52



    Description: IPA: Plosives, Nasals, Trills and Taps Music: Chill - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" creativecommons.org


    Keywords: linguistics, phonetics, phonology, ipa, english, educational, lesson, school, teacher, lessons, learn, student, students, teachers, free, tutorial, tube, plans, language, tutorials, resource, resources, back, university, homeschool, teaching, speak, esl, course, class, grammar, elementary, study, classroom, math, classes, instruction, college, vocabulary, words, languages, basic, professional, middle, lesson part, learned, pronunciation, courses, development, reading, speaking, beginner
    Average rating: 5.0





  18. truespel pronunciation key - 40 sounds of USA English
    Duration: 8:55



    Description: This shows the listing of USA English sounds (phonemes) such as would be in a dictionary key. Truespel is so simple it enables children as well as adults to learn and do phonetics. It for the first time integrates reading instruction with dictionary keys and translation guides. See phoneme data and truespel phonetic dictionaries at authorhouse.com Use the free converters at truespel.com to change text and web pages to phonetics.


    Keywords: truespel, American English, tutorial, accent, pronunciation, phonetics, phonetic spelling, phonics, reading, US English, USA English, American English pronunciation, American accent, American dialect, dialects, phonemes, lesson, instruction, ESL, TESOL
    Average rating: 5.0





  19. German Pronunciation, Lesson 3
    Duration: 5:52



    Description: Working with the German "ch." YES, this is only the hochdeutsch version of "ch." (or as close as I can get to it, anyways! ;) Be sure to watch Johanna's 2nd lesson! www.youtube.com She pronunces "ich liebe dich" in this video for you^^!


    Keywords: German, pronunciation, lesson, practice, deutsch, ueben, lektion, sprechen, american
    Average rating: 4.9





  20. Learn English Pronunciation: /s/ versus /?/
    Duration: 1:40



    Description: Learn how to pronounce /s/ and /?/ correctly. www.englishlink.com 100% free online English classes. No timetables. North American teachers. Sign up now!


    Keywords: English, pronunciation, Englishlink.com, Englishlink, speaking, teacher, ESL, lesson, school, instructional, video, lessons, programs, learn, education, teachers, free, students, tutorial, language, tutorials, resources
    Average rating: 5.0





  21. PROMPT: Speech Production Disorders
    Duration: 48:14



    Description: 2003 UC Davis MIND Institute Summer Series on Neurodevelopmental Disorders presents Deborah Hayden is the Founder and Executive Director of the PROMPT Institute and an Adjunct Specialist in the Department of Audiology and Speech Sciences at Michigan State University. Her research has been in the field of childhood and adult speech production disorders; phonology, hearing impairment, dysarthria and apraxia. She founded the PROMPT Institute for the purposes of treatment, training and research in speech production disorders. Series: "MIND Institute Lecture Series on Neurodevelopmental Disorders" [7/2004] [Health and Medicine] [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 8735]


    Keywords: neurodevelopmental, disorder, PROMPT, Deborah, Hayden, science
    Average rating: 4.7





  22. The Vowel Sounds in Received Pronunciation - Phonetics - ESL British English Pronunciation
    Duration: 3:31



    Description: www.iswearenglish.com the vowel sounds and their phonetic symbols ? cup, luck ?: arm, father � cat, black e met, bed ? away, cinema ?:? turn, learn ? hit, sitting i: see, heat ? hot, rock ?: call, four ? put, could u: blue, food a? five, eye a? now, out e? say, eight o? go, home ?? boy, join e?? where, air ??? near, here ??? pure, sure


    Keywords: online, English Pronunciation, EFL, ESL, course, English classes, lessons, learn English, British teacher, tenses, grammar, aprender ingl�s, hubris, vocabulary, free, tutorial, tutorials, anglais, school, student, education, students, teachers, tube, plans, language, resource, resources, university, homeschool, teaching, ???????????, Course (education), Learning
    Average rating: 5.0





  23. 7Sage LSAT : preptest 37 logic game 3 (June 2002) tutorial
    Duration: 17:28



    Description: 7sage.com April 2012 Books and shelves: Six books will occupy three shelves - one on the first, two on the second and three on the third shelf. The books are on different topics - two are grammars: Farsi and Hausa; two are linguistics monographs: phonology and semantics and two are novels: Vonnegut and Woolf.


    Keywords: lsat 37 logic game 3 lsat37, last preptest prep






  24. pb: teaching bilabial plosives
    Duration: 2:18



    Description: A simple way of teaching bilabial plosives /b/ and /p/ to a class.


    Keywords: teaching, english, phonetics, language, tesl, ical, tefl, certifcate, certificate, pronunciation, bilabial
    Average rating: 5.0





  25. ? - Examples of the ? sound as in cut - ESL British English Pronunciation
    Duration: 2:24



    Description: www.iswearenglish.com ? - Examples of the ? sound as in cut stuck luck suck truck club rubbish grub stub budget fudge sludge judge bud blood flood stud stuff tough rough enough hug mug lug rug hull dull cull Bulgaria bum rum come some buzz cousin does fuzzy bun son ton run cup up supper pup us bus fuss lust plus strut but hut such rush hush slush plush above love shove glove -=- -=- -=- -=- -=- -=- -=- -=- -=- -=- '�' '�' -=-


    Keywords: online, English Pronunciation, EFL, ESL, course, English classes, lessons, learn English, British teacher, tenses, grammar, aprender ingl�s, hubris, vocabulary, free, tutorial, tutorials
    Average rating: 5.0






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