Donald N. Tuten, Fernando Tejedo-Herrero, Rajiv Rao, H. Robyn Clarke
Pronunciaciones del español is an accessible introduction to the linguistic diversity of Spanish phonetics and phonology.
With clear explanations and detailed illustrations, this book guides students through key concepts in articulatory and acoustic phonetics. Particular attention is paid throughout to sociolinguistic variation, with examples covering pronunciations typical of standard varieties as well as varieties generally considered to be non-normative. A rich array of exercises and activities allow students to reinforce understanding of key concepts and practice the pronunciations as described. A bilingual glossary, accompanying audio files and teaching resources are available online.
This book is ideal for advanced students of Spanish and Hispanic Linguistics, looking to develop familiarity with the pronunciation of different varieties of Spanish.