/ Facultad de Filología, Universidad de Belgrado

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Tm. 17 (2019), No. 17

Tm. 16 (2018), No. 16

Tm. 15 (2017), No. 15

Tm. 5 (2007), No. 5

Philologia, Tm. 16 (2018), No. 16


1.
The Phonetics and Phonology of English Casual Speech: Learning from L2 Learners
Elizabeth Zsiga
Philologia, 2018. - Tm. 16, No. 16, p. 1-16

https://doi.org/10.18485/philologia.2018.16.16.1
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2.
Formant Measurements of Serbian Speakers’ English Vowels
Andrej Bjelaković
Philologia, 2018. - Tm. 16, No. 16, p. 17-43

https://doi.org/10.18485/philologia.2018.16.16.2
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3.
L2 Acquisition and Production of the English Rhotic by L1 Greek-Cypriot Speakers: The Effect of L1 Articulatory Routines and Phonetic Context
Dimitra Dimitriou
Philologia, 2018. - Tm. 16, No. 16, p. 45-64

https://doi.org/10.18485/philologia.2018.16.16.3
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4.
The Role of Orthography and Phoneme Inventory in Dutch Students’ Speech Perception in the EFL Classroom
Marlisa Hommel
Philologia, 2018. - Tm. 16, No. 16, p. 65-75

https://doi.org/10.18485/philologia.2018.16.16.4
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5.
Contemporary Phonological Theory and Common Pronunciation Issues
Višnja Josipović Smojver
Philologia, 2018. - Tm. 16, No. 16, p. 77-83

https://doi.org/10.18485/philologia.2018.16.16.5
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6.
How to Help Learners to Improve Their English Pronunciation. What Rioplatense Spanish Speaking EFL Teachers Need to Know
María Alicia Maldonado
Philologia, 2018. - Tm. 16, No. 16, p. 85-98

https://doi.org/10.18485/philologia.2018.16.16.6
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7.
English Weak Forms – A Challenge for Bulgarian Learners of English?
A Pedagogical Perspective
Nikoleta Stoykova
Philologia, 2018. - Tm. 16, No. 16, p. 99-106

https://doi.org/10.18485/philologia.2018.16.16.7
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