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Cantonese Pronunciation


  • 粵音正讀 (ILC)
  • 《粵音平仄入門:粵語正音示例》(連2 Audio CDs)。何文匯。(2006) (UCI/UCISPL1739 .H6 2006)
  • 《粵語正音20集》(cassette tape)。何文匯。(1997) (UCIPL1739 .H6185 1997)
  • 《廣州話標準音字彙》。周無忌、饒秉才。(1988) (UCIPL1739 C56)
  • 《粵語九聲(發音編列 396 條、廣東話會話 300 句、國際音標注音編列三百九十六條)》(連 3 CDs)。何應雄。(2005) (UCI/UCISPL1739 H483)
  • 《粵讀》。何文匯。(2008) (UCIPL1739 H581887)

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  • 《粵音正讀手冊》(連CD-ROM)。何文匯等編著。(2001) (UCISPL1739 .H582 2001)
  • 《粵音韻彙:廣州標準音之硏究》。黃錫凌。(1941) (UCI/UCISPL1731.H8 1941)
  • 《粵語精修課程》(videotape)。張錦少主講。(2004) (UC Video-VHSPL1734 .Y86 2004)
  • 《常用字廣州話讀音表》。香港教育署語文教育學院中文系編。(1992) (UCI/UCISPL1734 .C4 1992)
  • 《廣東話國際音標正音手冊》(連2 Audio CDs)。賴玉華。(2006) (UCI/UCISPL1739 .L35 2006)
  • 《粵語拼音及粵音反切PCE1002A》(cassette tape)。(1998) (UCISPL1739 .Y825 1998)
  • 《粵音自學提綱》。何文匯。(2001) (UCI/UCISPL1739 .H618 2001)
  • 《字海拾趣(9)字正腔圓》。惠伊深。(1999-2002) (UCIPL1095 H85 v.9)
  • 《粵音正讀字彙》(連 CD-ROM)。何文匯、朱國藩。(2001) (UCISPL1739 H583)
  • 《粵音檢索漢語字典》。陸貫如。(2006) (UCISPL1420 L8336)
  • 《粵音韻彙:廣州標準音之硏究》(A Chinese Syllabary Pronounced According to the Dialect of Canton)。黃錫凌。(2001) (UCI/UCISPL1731 H8 1941)
  • 《粵音敎學紀事》。何文匯。(1995) (UCIPL1739 H585)
  • 《廣東拼音速查手冊》。(1995) (UCIPL1731 G833)
  • 《廣粵讀》。何文匯。(2010) (UCIPL1739 H58187)



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