English in Singapore: Phonetic Research on a Corpus
McGraw-Hill Asia (Education), 2005
Where appropriate, the data referred to in the various chapters has been extracted from the corpus and made available in easily accessible stand-alone speech files.
In some cases, the data has been amplified in these extracted samples, to ensure they are all at a reasonably loud volume. This particularly affects the voice of the Interviewer, who was some distance from the microphone during the recordings.
- Chapter 2 : Check-list of Singapore English features (Adam Brown and David Deterding)
- Chapter 4 : Past tense suffixes and other final plosives in Singapore English (Madalena Cruz-Ferreira)
- Chapter 5 : Added Final Plosives in Singapore English (Lim Siew Hwee & David Deterding)
- Chapter 9 : Rhythm in Singapore and British English: a comparative study of indexes (Fiona Ong Po Keng, David Deterding and Low Ee Ling)
- Chapter 13 : Investigating turn-taking in the NIE Corpus of spoken Singapore English (Rebecca Hughes)
- Chapter 14 : Exchange rhythm in Singapore English in a cross-cultural context (Janice Fon)
- Chapter 18 : The intelligibility of Singapore English from a Japanese Perspective (Tamikazu Date)