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CONTENTS

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pp. v-vi

Introduction

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pp. 1-5

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Chapter 1. Phonetics

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pp. 7-65

In order to discuss speech sounds, it is necessary to become familiar with the various parts of the speech tract involved in their production and with the technical terms used to describe them. Figure 1 presents a schematized sagittal section ...

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Chapter 2. Phonemics

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pp. 67-89

So far, we have been dealing with the phonetic 'raw materials' of German. This is very necessary for a foreigner learning the language. However, a native speaker is usually not aware of finer phonetic differences, but rather pays attention only to ...

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Chapter 3. Morphology

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pp. 91-136

Although it lies outside the scope of this introduction to present a treatment of German syntax, the student may find a discussion of a few basic concepts concerning the analysis of the syntactic structure of German helpful in order to deal adequately ...

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pp. 137-138

Appendix I: Answers to exercises

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pp. 139-146

Appendix II: Clear texts of reading exercises

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pp. 147-152