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Теоретическая фонетика английского языка : лекции, семинары, упражнения: учебное пособие

Автор: Евстифеева М. В.

Год: 2017

Издательство: Издательство «Флинта»

Место издания: Москва

ISBN: 978-5-9765-1115-6

Страниц: 168

Форматы: PDF

цена: 150 руб.

В пособии в сжатом виде изложены основные аспекты фонетической теории и практики английского языка в современной лингвистике; приведена обобщенная информация о компонентах фонетической системы. Пособие содержит лекционную часть и методические разработки к семинарским занятиям, а также практические упражнения. Для студентов факультетов иностранных языков педвузов.

Предисловие
От автора
PART I. Lectures and Seminars
Lecture 1. Introduction
§ 1. Phonetics as a science
§ 2. Process of oral speech production
§ 3. Aspects of phonetics
§ 4. Units and components of phonetic system
§ 5. Branches of phonetics
§ 6. Methods of phonetic analysis
Seminar 1
Lecture 2. Main asp ects of Fun ctiona l Phonetics
§ 1. Phoneme: definition and functions
§ 2. Phonemes, allophones, phones: difference and relationships
§ 3. Meaning of phonemes and allophones in teaching practice
§ 4. Main views of the nature of phoneme
§ 5. Methods of phonological analysis
Seminar 2
Lecture 3. The System of En glis h Phonemes
§ 1. Vowel and consonant phonemes
§ 2. Articulatory and phonological views on the classification of E nglish consonants
2.1. General characteristics of E nglish consonants
2.2. Articulatory classification
2.3. Phonological classification
2.4. Problem of affricates
§ 3. Articulatory and phonological views on the classification of E nglish vowels
3.1. General characteristics of E nglish vowels
3.2. Articulatory classification
3.3. Phonological classification
3.4. Problem of diphthongs and diphthongoids
3.5. Problem of vowel length
Seminar 3
Lecture 4. Modifications an d a lterna tions of sp eech s oun ds in the En glis h lan gua ge
§ 1. Types of sound variations in connected speech
§ 2. Modifications of sounds in connected speech
2.1. Modifications of consonants in connected speech
2.2. Modifications of vowels in connected speech
2.3. Complex vowel and consonant modifications
§ 3. Notion of alternation and its types
§ 4. Problem of phoneme identification. Main phonological schools
Seminar 4
Lecture 5. Syllabi c s tructure of En glis h words
§ 1. Theories on syllable formation and division
§ 2. Syllable formation in E nglish
§ 3. Syllable division in E nglish
§ 4. Functional characteristics of the syllable
§ 5. Graphic representation of syllables in E nglish
Seminar 5
Lecture 6. Word s tress in En glis h
§ 1. Nature of word stress
§ 2. Placement of word stress in E nglish
§ 3. Degrees of word stress in E nglish
§ 4. Phonemic distribution in stressed syllables
§ 5. Functions of the E nglish word stress
§ 6. Stress tendencies in modern E nglish
§ 7. Stress patterns of E nglish words
§ 8. Basic rules of accentuation
§ 9. Variations of word stress in connected speech. Sentence stress
Seminar 6
Lecture 7. Intona tion in En glis h
§ 1. General characteristics of intonation
§ 2. Foreign views of the problem of intonation
§ 3. Problem of intonation in R ussian linguistics
§ 4. Prosodic components of intonation. Structure of E nglish intonation patterns
§ 5. Methods of indicating intonation
§ 6. Functions of intonation
§ 7. Phonological aspect of intonation
§ 8. English rhythm
Seminar 7
Lecture 8. Stylis tic an d regiona l va rieties of En glis h p ronun cia tion
§ 1. Spoken language as the object of linguistic investigation
§ 2. Territorial varieties of E nglish pronunciation
2.1. National variants and regional accents of the E nglish language
2.2. British E nglish
2.3. American E nglish
2.4. Spread of E nglish
§ 3. Stylistic varieties of E nglish pronunciation
3.1. Style-forming and style-differentiating factors
3.2. Classification of phonetic styles
Seminar 8
PART II. Exercises
Exercise Block 1
Exercise Block 2
Exercise Block 3
Exercise Block 4
Exercise Block 5
Exercise Block 6
Exercise Block 7
PART III. Supplementary Material
Supplement 1. Proverbs, sayings, tongue twisters
Supplement 2. Phonetic phenomena
Supplement 3. Stave representation of intonation
Supplement 4. Step-by-step phonetic analysis
Bibliography

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