LF book recommendation on articulatory phonetics
I think that having a strong foundation in articulatory phonetics would be very useful on the road to polyglottery. It should be able to save a lot of time for learning new sounds because it approaches sound production from physiology (hence saving the usual guess work).
I'm looking for a somewhat indepth book on this subject that explains how non-English sounds (for example aveolar trills, Xhosa clicks, etc) are produced in detail. Preferably with illustrations and audio. If anyone would recommend a good book in this field, I would appreciate it very very much. Thank you so much in advance!
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