3 edition of "Seeing" speech found in the catalog.
Romira M. Worvill
|Series||SVEC -- 2005:09., SVEC -- 2005:09.|
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|Pagination||ix, 237 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||237|
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We are very grateful to Sharynne McLeod, Sadanand Singh and Plural Publishing for allowing us to share the title of their book, Seeing Speech, which we recommend, along with their book Speech Sounds, as a very useful tool for the student of phonetics.
How to refer to this resource: Lawson, E., J. Stuart-Smith, J. Scobbie, S. Nakai ( Seeing Speech: A Quick Guide to Speech Sounds by Sharynne McLeod (Author), Sadanand Singh (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings.
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title = "Seeing speech: A quick guide to speech sounds", abstract = "This flip chart enables ready comparison of key images for each consonant and vowel.
It is of particular importance for speech-language pathologists working with adults and children to change their articulation of sounds and for students of phonetics as they develop an Author: Sharynne McLeod, Sadanand Singh.
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