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1. English Speech Services

English Speech Services UK
I am Dr. Geoff Lindsey, providing online English speech coaching services. Explore my website which contains a huge number of articles on phonetics and pronunciation, especially in English, all illustrated with audio or video.
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2. International Phonetic Association

International Phonetic Association Paris, Ile-de-France, France
The International Phonetic Association (IPA) is the oldest representative organization for phoneticians. The IPA provides the academic community worldwide with a notational standard for the phonetic representation of all languages. It aims to promote the scientific study of phonetics and the various practical applications of science.
6K 3K 6 posts / quarter Get Email Contact

3. Linguism

Linguism London, England, UK
Linguism is a language and linguistics blog written by Graham Pointon. Find out more about language in a word, linguistics, pronunciation, and Phonetics on our feed.
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4. Cornell Phonetics Lab

Cornell Phonetics Lab Ithaca, New York, US
The Cornell Phonetics Lab is a group of students and faculty who are curious about speech. Speech is grounded in the relationship between how we perceive sound and how we control articulation. Students and faculty in the Cornell Phonetics Lab conduct research to better understand how speech patterns arise and change over time.
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5. Phonetics at Stockholm University Blog

Phonetics at Stockholm University Blog Stockholm, Stockholms lan, Sweden
Phonetics is a Lab at Stockholm University. It offers top-class higher education in Linguistics, Phonetics, Sign Language, and Computational Linguistics, intimately linked to the cutting-edge research carried out by the department's scientists.
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6. Language Log

Language Log Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US
Language Log is a group blog on language and linguistics started in the summer of 2003 by Mark Liberman and Geoffrey Pullum. Follow to keep up with new updates.
48K May 2003 Toxic bird pits? Ashkenazi click sounds, part 2 Ashkenazi click sounds

7. Word Histories

Word Histories I am a French citizen named Pascal Tréguer. I graduated in French literature and linguistics from the University of Nantes and the Sorbonne. I am now living in Lancashire and devoting my time to uncovering the stories behind words and phrases. I am in particular trying to expose the falseness of many etymologies flourishing in books and on the Internet.
‘honest Injun’: meaning and origin notes on ‘no joy without alloy’ ‘plonk’ (cheap inferior wine): origin and early occurrences

8. Superlinguo

Superlinguo Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
A blog about language and linguistics by Lauren Gawne. Follow to keep up with latest from this blog
17.6K Apr 2011 lingthusiasm:Episode 75: Love and fury at the linguistics of... lingthusiasm:Episode 74: Who questions the questions?We use... What if the IPA looked like weird nerd art and you could put it in your pocket?

9. Serena's blog

Serena's blog Spain
As an EOI (Escuela Oficial de Idioms - Official Language School), a teacher based in Spain, I found that students needed more help concerning vocabulary, listening, speaking, and grammar. One could spend hours sending them photocopies, however, this was neither sustainable nor interactive, and so I decided to set up my blog. All activities on the blog have been created from scratch and aim to spice up classes as well as enabling learners of English some extra practice according to their schedule and learning pace.
Nov 2016 Phonetics English sounds /ʌ/ English sounds video 5: schwa /ə/ and /ɜː/ English vowel sounds: /ɑː/

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