AP/LING2110 3.0 A: Phonetics
Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite
Discusses the anatomical and physiological bases of the production of speech sounds and introduces a wide range of sound types from a variety of human languages. Students receive ear-training in the discrimination of speech-sounds and instruction and practice in making and transcribing these sounds. An introduction to the physical (acoustic) properties of speech sounds is also given. Prerequisite or corequisite: AP/LING 1000 6.00 or permission of the department. PRIOR TO FALL 2013: course credit exclusions: GL/EN 3603 3.00, GL/LIN 3603 3.00.
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