Nizozemský a vlámský pohyb úst. Překážka pro Čecha?
|Title in English||The Dutch and Flemish (mouth)movement. A stumbling Block for a Czech?|
|Year of publication||2019|
|MU Faculty or unit|
|Description||Dutch and its Dutch and Flemish varieties differ not only lexically, morphologically and syntactically, but also on a phonetic level. By phonetics we mean not only the phonetic inventory, the phoning processes, but also the typical setting of the articulators before the oral speech and the movement of the articulators during the speech. This so-called articulation base of language is language-specific and also forms a specific color or timbre of the language. In this lecture we will focus on describing and comparing Czech and two European varieties and Dutch in order to point out problematic settings and movements and the possibility of acquiring fluent and easily understandable pronunciation.|