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|Title:||The vowels in the linguistic environment of a student in the university of Biskra|
|Abstract:||This article shows the different vocalic systems of the languages present in the environment of a student in Biskra, that's to say Arabic –classical and dialectal- , French and English. The Amazigh vocalic system is not presented here because this language is not shared by all the students. An articulatory description, completed by acoustic features, is given for the different vocalic sounds .|
|Appears in Collections:||العدد 22|
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