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I have found very helpful tables from the Manuel de français by Popova and Kazakova, a textbook for Russian speakers that have seen more than 20 editions. As far as non-nasalized vowels are concerned, this book distinguishes open and closed 'e' ([ɛ] and [e]) and its rounded versions ([œ] and [ø]), shwa ([ə]) being considered as a reduced [œ]. I provide below ...


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