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  • 普樂網 (ILC)
  • 《同音詞辨析》。余雲霞等編。(1992) (UCIPL1311 T84)
  • 《香港人說普通話三大類易錯語音之詞語彙編與示範朗讀 CD》(連 CD)。於星垣編寫錄音。(2007) (UCISPL1074.8 .Y85 2004)
  • 《香港人難分辨的普通話字、詞讀音 2000 例》。李娥珍主編;朱小健校訂。(1996) (UCIPL1209 H64 1996)
  • 《香港人難分辨普通話詞語讀音 3000 例:中文造句範例》(連 2 Audio CDs)。李娥珍編著。(2004) (UCI/UCISPL1209 X54)
  • 《容易讀錯的字》。徐世榮。(1970) (UCIPL1023 Y8 v.9)

更多 ...

  • 《有冇搞錯:廣東人講普通話辨誤》。曾子凡。(2003) (UCIPL1201 .Z36 2003)
  • 《普通話正音教程》(連3 Audio CDs)。張本楠、楊若薇。(1999) (UCIPL1209 .P76 1999)
  • 《普通話正音手冊》。梁山。(2007) (UCI/UCISPL1209 .P84 2007)
  • 《普通話正音手冊》。徐世榮。(1998) (UCIS /UCIPL1209 .H646 1998)
  • 《普通話廣州話容易錯讀的字》。周無忌。(2001) (UCISPL1209 .Z46 2001)
  • 《普通話:容易讀錯的字》。李樂毅。(1998) (UCI/UCISPL1209 .L46 1998)
  • 《香港人說普通話三類易錯語音之詞語彙編與示範朗讀CD》。於星垣。(2004) (UCISPL1074.8 .Y85 2004)
  • 《普通話正音手冊》(Standard Pronunciation in Putonghua: A Handbook)。徐世榮編著。(1981/1998) (UCI/UCISPL1209 H646 1998)
  • 《普通話連讀音變》(連 2 Audio CDs)。張本楠、楊若薇。(2000) (UCI/UCISPL1121 C5 Z53)
  • 《普通話難字 1000》(連 MP3)。張勵妍、周立編著。(2006) (UCI/UCISPL1209 Z4348)
  • 《普通話難讀音記憶手冊》。張勵姸編著。(1991) (UCIPL1209 C3682)
  • 《漢語普通話語音辨正》。李明,石佩雯。(1986/1995) (UCIPL1209 L44 1995)
  • 《講正普通話》(連 MP3)。李忠海編著。(2010) (UCIPL1209 L516)

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