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|Title||An investigation into the differences between English and Arabic consonant and vowel sounds: a contrastive study with pedagogical implications|
How do human speech sounds differ from one language to another? Are there any two languages that use the same group of sounds? How many different sounds are there in the world's languages? What are the roles of sound production in each language? All of these questions will probably face anyone who is exposed to a second, or a foreign language. Man is capable of producing an infinite number of sounds. The science that covers all these points is called phonetics. It studies the human speech sounds in natural languages.
|Published in||Site. iugaza. edu. ps|
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