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La branche de la linguistique qui étudie les sons utilisés dans la communication verbale.

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Beaucoup d'apprenants anglophones remplacent le phonème /e/ par la diphtongue anglaise /eɪ/. C'est évidemment parce que le phonème n'existe pas en anglais isolément. Cependant, je ne comprends pas pou …
asked May 19 '19 by Maroon
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I was searching for some Christmas carols and decided to look up "Il est né le divin enfant", having heard only the beginning of the song in the past. I then noticed that all the recordings I listened …
asked Oct 30 '15 by Maroon
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/ə/ is the pronunciation given by TLFi, so in theory it should be used. However, in practice, this may change to /ø/ or /œ/ depending on the speaker and the context in which the schwa appears. This is …
answered Jun 10 '19 by Maroon
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Dans un extrait de "La phonétique" de Bertil Malmberg, l'auteur indique que: Ainsi les mots beau et bon, fait et fin ne se distinguent l'un et l'autre que par la présence ou l'absence de résonance …
asked Aug 28 '19 by Maroon