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English Phonetics and Pronunciation for Indian Learners

Author Name: Dr. G.S.Kushwaha | Format: Paperback | Genre : Language Studies | Other Details

Correct English pronunciation is the most decisive problem that Indian speakers face while communicating with fluent or native speakers of the language. A high degree of proficiency in English and excellent communicative skills are essential in today’s industry for career development and job opportunities. With this aim in mind, English Phonetics and Pronunciation for Indian Learners touches upon a wide variety of the basics of phonetics like air stream mechanisms, production and articulation of various speech sounds, stress, rhythm and dialogues in both orthography and phonetic transcription to cultivate indispensable pronunciation skills.

The book includes elements of various phonetics syllabi of Indian universities for undergraduate, postgraduate and B.Ed students. It provides a structure for self-study and a personalized solution for your aspirations to ensure correct English pronunciation in various social and professional day-to-day contexts.

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Dr. G.S.Kushwaha

Dr. Govindprasad Shyamlal Kushwaha, former Head of the Department of English at Municipal Arts and Science College, Mehsana, Gujarat, taught English and literature to graduate, postgraduate and M.Phil students for about thirty-five years. He did his postgraduate Certificate PGCTE and Diploma PGDTE from Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages (CIEFL), Hyderabad. He has more than twenty research papers and literary articles to his credit published in various magazines and journals. He also worked in the capacity of Key Resource Person (KRP) to impart training on the subject of phonetics and pronunciation to secondary school and college teachers. He currently devotes his time in giving lectures on phonetics, pronunciation and literature, doing social work and his foray into writing in English began with Life After Death and other Poems.



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