Phonetics (LING*2400) | College of Arts

Phonetics (LING*2400)

Code and section: LING*2400*01

Term: Winter 2020

Instructor: R. Gomez


This course studies central concepts in phonetics such as speech anatomy, acoustics, articulation, analysis and perception of vowels, consonants and suprasegmentals as well as the International Phonetic Alphabet.

Please see Undergraduate Calendar for all Linguistics courses offered by the School of Languages and Literatures

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