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Cambridge English Pronouncing Dictionary. The book arrived in a very good condition; almost new. I bought this for a reference on how to pronounce certain words, to make my accent better. Overall, I believe this to be a good book for everyone. Beginners and advanced learners alike can understand the information given to them in this book, I highly recommend it if you're into Dictionaries, this is definitely worth your time.
Everyman's English Pronouncing Dictionary. Phonetic transcriptions should make use of the symbols and conventions of the Association's alphabet. Over 59,000 words in international phonetic transcription are now included, together with many thousands of inflected forms.
Everyman's English pronouncing dictionary: containing over 59,000 words in international phonetic transcription. 14th ed. London: Dent, 1977. xxxii, 560 s. Everyman's reference library.
Online version: Jones, Daniel, 1881-1967. Everyman's English pronouncing dictionary. Other Titles: English pronounicing dictionary. London, Dent; New York, Dutton (OCoLC)614795592.
Cambridge English Pronouncing Dictionary by. Daniel Jones. The Pronunciation of English. in International Phonetic Transcription - English Pronouncing Dictionary. Original Title: Cambridge English Pronouncing Dictionary. Everyman's English Pronouncing Dictionary: Containing Over 59,000 Words. An Outline Of English Phonetics. Books In The Series: Related Books On Our Site: - An Illustrated History of Britain.
Title: Everyman's English pronouncing dictionary Author: Daniel Jones. This is an exact replica of a book published in 1956 Pronouncing containing 58,000 words in. International phonetic transcription. This is an exact replica of a book published in 1956. The book reprint was manually improved by a te of professionals, as opposed to automatic/OCR processes used by some companies. However, the book may still have imperfections such as missing pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were a pa ofthe original text. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections which can not be improved and hope you will enjoy reading this book. Pronouncing containing 58,000 words in.
The English Pronouncing Dictionary (EPD) was created by the British phonetician Daniel Jones and was first published in 1917. It originally comprised over 50,000 headwords listed in their spelling form, each of which was given one or more pronunciations transcribed using a set of phonemic symbols based on a standard accent. John C. Wells has written of it "EPD has set the standard against which other dictionaries must inevitably be judged".