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LONGMAN PRONUNCIATION DICTIONARY

J.C.Wells, 1990. Longman Pronunciation Dictionary. First edition. Harlow: Longman. ISBN 0 582 96411 3 (cased edition), 0 582 05383 8 (paperback edition).

J.C.Wells, 2000. Longman Pronunciation Dictionary. Second edition. Harlow: Pearson Education Limited. ISBN 0 582 36468 X (cased edition), 0 582 36467 1 (paperback edition).

The Longman Pronunciation Dictionary is the most up-to-date, comprehensive and authoritative pronunciation dictionary available. This expanded and completely updated new edition includes:

The author, Professor John Wells, holds the chair of Phonetics in the University of London a position previously occupied by A.C. Gimson and, before him, Daniel Jones, who was responsible for establishing the standard IPA system used in English Language Teaching throughout the world.

Advanced **
Upper Intermediate *
Intermediate

Teachers **
Students **
General

Finding pronunciations in British and American English **
Checking alternative pronunciations **
Understanding preferences and changes in current use **

Read about the research carried out in preparation for the second edition!


What's new?
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Sample pages: alphabetic entries *, language panel * What's new in LPD-2 FAQs* Update: additions and corrections*

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The first edition of this book was awarded the English-Speaking Union Duke of Edinburgh's prize for lexicography.

A spoken version of the first edition of the Longman Pronunciation Dictionary was incorporated in the Longman Interactive English Dictionary, a CD-ROM published by ACT Multimedia/ Harlow: Longman, ISBN 0 582 236940.

The publishers' UK address is Pearson Education, Edinburgh Gate, Harlow, Essex CM20 2JE. Tel +44 1279 623623. Fax +44 1279 431059. Visit their web site. Their head office is at 10 Bank Street, White Plains, NY 10606-1951. Tel +1 914 993 5000. Fax +1 914 997 8115.


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The launch party at the IATEFL Conference in Dublin, 27 March 2000
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The author's email address is j.wells@phon.ucl.ac.uk

Survey and results - John Wells's home page - UCL Department of Phonetics and Linguistics.

last modified 2001 February 28