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Tongue and lips determine pronunciation

08 January 2014

Martijn Wieling has been awarded a Veni grant for his research into tongue movement as a basis of differences in pronunciation. He is studying the tongue and lip movements of Dutch and Germans who speak English, hoping to contribute towards improving their pronunciation.

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