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This site contains animated libraries of the phonetic sounds of Spanish and English. Available for each consonant and vowel is an animated articulatory diagram, a step-by-step description, and video-audio of the sound spoken in context. It is intended for students of phonetics, linguistics, and foreign language. There is also an...
This site contains animated libraries of the phonetic sounds of Spanish and English. Available for each consonant and vowel is an animated articulatory diagram, a step-by-step description, and video-audio of the sound spoken in context. It is intended for students of phonetics, linguistics, and foreign language. There is also an interactive diagram of the articulatory anatomy.
I wish I had found this website two semesters ago when I almost did not make it through my graduate Phonetics course! This sight is a really great resource to have at home, especially for students who are visual learners like myself. The website provides descriptions and visuals of all of the important aspects of phonology (manner, place, voice) for consonants and vowels in American English, Spanish and German.
I am working for an iMac and did not have any trouble accessing this website or its videos.
Very nice set up!
10 years ago
This site is ideal for the student that is having trouble making the connection between phonology and pronunciation. It offers very useful animated libraries of sounds in both the English and Spanish Language. As a speaker of both Spanish and English, the site is very accurate, and has led me to better understand phonetics in both languages
One drawback to site is that it takes very updated software to run. I have tried to run the English sounds on a few computers around my University, and the system was not able to handle the English Sounds library