Thanks for that information.
I am particularly interested in being able to use IPA on my computer. I
downloaded a programme from the IPA website.
However, though I can now use the fonts up to a point, the programme itself
doesn't work with me. I can do quite a lot with cut-and-paste, but this is
----- Original Message -----
From: Cecil Ward <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Sunday, August 12, 2001 10:10 PM
Subject: Learning IPA (for masochists)
> Having experienced the horrors of the alternatives, I came to the
> some years ago that learning a bit of IPA was well worth the pain.
> For those of a masochistic disposition, here are some resources to help
> a grip on IPA.
> Cassette, "Sounds of the IPA" (with superb booklet and IPA chart).
> direct from University College, London. See
> Book, "Handbook of the International Phonetic Association". Cambridge
> University Press; ISBN: 0521637511.
> Includes a section on Donegal Gaelic. See
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