IPA website and IPA interactive charts
Sounds of speech (by U. of Iowa)
Practice with the vocal tract
Websites with interactive tools and online exercises
Anglo TIC (by Dept. English and German philology, Universitat de València)
Exercises on voice, place and manner labels of English consonants (UCL’s Phonetic Flash).
Download phonetic fonts.
**Note for Phonetics I and II students: you are not required to install and use phonetics fonts. In fact, it is better for you to practice HANDWRITING the phonetic symbols.**
Speech internet dictionary: It provides definitions PRAAT. A free scientific software for of technical terms used in phonetics, phonology, speech analysis. speech and hearing science and allied disciplines.
Lectures on phonetics and phonology
Canal Uned – Teach yourself English phonetics, by Eva Estebas., with videolectures.
Types of phonation (with audios). Phonation modes (U. New England)
UCL’s tutorial on plosives and VOT Daniel Jones’s cardinal vowels. (with audio)
Núria Gavaldà’s tutorial on how to use Praat to visualise different types of VOT. You can download the audio files from here.
Some useful videos
|More MRI videos on the Gimson’s pronunciation of English website.|
|On Vocal Fry (creaky voice) and its sociolinguistic implications
More on Vocal Fry and its sociolinguistic implications here.
More information on Ejectives, implosives and clicks.
More information on Ejectives.
More information on Clicks.