Viewing speech in action: speech articulation videos in the public domain that demonstrate the sounds of the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA)
Nakai, Satsuki; Beavan, David; Lawson, Eleanor; Leplâtre, Grégory; Scobbie, James M.; Stuart-Smith, Jane;
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Subject: foreign language | Pronunciation | MRI | Pronunciation, foreign language, articulation video, IPA, MRI, ultrasound | Centre for Interaction Design | P1 Philology. Linguistics | articulation video | IPA | ultrasound
In this article, we introduce recently released, publicly available resources, which allow users to watch videos of hidden articulators (e.g. the tongue) during the production of various types of sounds found in the world’s languages. The articulation videos on these re... View more
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