Artikulační báze nizozemštiny a češtiny

Title in English Articulatory Settings of Dutch and Czech


Year of publication 2016
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Description Two languages differ not only in vocalic and consonantic inventories but also in the way the articulatory settings work. In this lecture I describe and make a comparison between Czech and Dutch articulatory settings and I also argue which articulatory settings should be taken in consideration for didactic reasons. Last but not least I argue which articulatory settings - those of Northern Dutch or those of Southern Dutch should be used as a model.
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