English in Singapore: Phonetic Research on a Corpus download epub
by David Deterding,Adam Brown,Low Ee Ling
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ISBN 13: 9780071247276. The book focuses on two broad areas: · specific features of Singapore English pronunciation: vowels, consonants, stress and intonation.
Deterding, David & Lim, Siew Hwee. The Lim Siew Hwee Corpus of Informal Singapore Speech. Discourse intonation variants in the speech of educated Singaporeans. Singapore: McGraw-Hill Education (Asia). Gupta, Anthea Fraser. Journal of English Linguistics 33, 185–189.
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Singapore ; New York. McGraw Hill, (c)2005. Includes bibliographical references and index. Personal Name: Deterding, David. Personal Name: Brown, Adam, 1952-. Personal Name: Low, Ee Ling. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.
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The book focuses on two broad areas:
• specific features of Singapore English pronunciation: vowels, consonants, stress and intonation
• the intelligibility of Singapore English to listeners from around the world
The second area is of great interest to Singaporeans as it is important to ascertain how intelligible this prominent and vibrant Asian variety of English is internationally and not just intra-nationally.
The common feature of all the chapters is that they make use of data from the NIE Corpus of Spoken Singapore English, which consists of high-quality recordings that are ideally suited to detailed phonetic research. Therefore, even though the researchers are investigating a wide range of different topics connected with pronunciation, all the studies maintain a focus on the same corpus of data. The book is accompanied by a CD-ROM, containing the whole corpus and the extracts used in the chapters. The CD-ROM will be useful to any reader who wishes to listen to the actual speech samples used by the researchers.
The final chapter of the book is a bibliography of over 250 references on research into the pronunciation of Singapore English. The book will be of great value to researchers, and post-graduate and undergraduate students of the phonetics of world varieties of English.
Subcategory: Foreign Language Study & Reference
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (Asia) (April 2005)
Pages: 220 pages