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English Pronunciation

Recommended Links for English Pronunciation

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Recommended Print Resources

  • Carley, P., Mees, I. M., & Collins, B. (2018). English phonetics and pronunciation practice. Routledge. (UL PE1135 .M43 2017)
  • Collins, B., & Mees, I. M. (2013). Practical phonetics and phonology: A resource book for students (3rd ed.). Routledge. (UL PE1135 .C65 2013)
  • Dale, P., & Poms, L. (2005). English pronunciation made simple. Longman. (PE1157 .D355 2005)
  • Hancock, M. (2003). English pronunciation in use. Cambridge University Press. (PE1137 .H35 2003)
  • Roach, P. (2000). English phonetics and phonology: a practical course (3rd ed.). Cambridge University Press. (PE1135 .R6 2000)
  • Yates, J. (2013). Pronounce it perfectly in English. Barron's Educational Series. (PE1137 .Y38 2013)


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