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French Phonetics and Diction

  • Kurt Adler

Abstract

French is a much more complicated language, phonetically, than Italian. This will become evident to anybody who compares the number of phonetic vowel sounds. There are sixteen such sounds in French, fifteen in English, fourteen in German, seven in Italian.

Keywords

French Word Foreign Word Final Syllable Nasal Vowel Final Consonant 
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© University of Minnesota 1965

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  • Kurt Adler

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