Spanish Phonetics

HISP-S425 - Prof. Willis — spring 2020

Acoustic picture of Spanish phrase
Erik W. Willis
PH 154
Days and Times
TR 8:00A-9:15A
Course Description

Prerequisite: S326 or equivalent                    

This course studies the sound system of Spanish. Topics include the articulatory system, the characteristics and description of Spanish sounds, the patterns of Spanish sounds, the historical development of modern Spanish from Latin and the variation of the Spanish sound system.  Attention will also be given to differences between Spanish and English sounds. A secondary goal of the course is a more native-like pronunciation as a result of a deeper understanding of how the Spanish sound system works. Course evaluation is based on homework assignments, a class project and presentation, and two exams.                                                                              

This course carries CASE N & M Natural and Mathematical credit.

 HISP-S 425    #30107      8:00A-9:15A    TR    PH 154    Prof. Erik Willis

Note: The above class meets with HISP-S 498 Readings for Honors, #30108.

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