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English Not A Phonetic Language (Colour Edition)

Author Name: G.SRINIVASA RAO | Format: Paperback | Genre : Educational & Professional | Other Details
This book concisely describes the ways in which today’s standard British and American English speech differ from the different class accent of the centuries. It opens with an account of – Pronunciation , Word stress, Homophones , Minimal Pairs of words and sentences and Sounds of English. Unintelligible speech in childhood is often characterised by the use of unusual or deviant (i.e. non-developmental) phonological processes, e.g. initial consonant deletion. These processes are reported to appear at speech onset and to undergo little spontaneous change during the preschool years. the study reported here documents the changes that occurred in the phonological systems of seven phonologically disordered children during remediation that targeted unusual phonological processes. A concise , readable , and teachable framework. It will be valuable not only to teachers but also to everyone teaching or studying linguistics and phonetics, and speech and language therapy.
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G.SRINIVASA RAO M.A (English lit.) Special achievements: Participated in “International Seminar on NEW METHODS TO TEACH ENGLISH LANGUAGE” –Bangalore in 2015• Secured the “Best Participant Certificate” in UGC – Seminar Program on Teaching on New Perspectives in English” – 2012• Participated in “Trainers Training Program” Organised at Andhra University – 2006• Contributing classes on “Spoken and Communicative English Skills”.
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