Consonants in R.P. and G.I.E.: A Study in Contrastive Phonology

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Dr Pooja Roy


The present paper aims at the contrastive study of consonants in Received Pronunciation (R.P., the standard variety of English spoken by educated people in Britain) and General Indian English (G.I.E). The hypothesis is that it will help the Indian users of English to improve their pronunciation and try to overcome the errors made unconsciously or because of mother tongue (L1) interference.


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Dr Pooja Roy. “Consonants in R.P. And G.I.E.: A Study in Contrastive Phonology”. The Creative Launcher, vol. 5, no. 3, Aug. 2020, pp. 213-9, doi:10.53032/tcl.2020.5.3.28.


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