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 In this way, my sound collection could profitably be enriched to allow fuller descriptions (see **[[en:​sonori|here]]**). In this way, my sound collection could profitably be enriched to allow fuller descriptions (see **[[en:​sonori|here]]**).
  
-Interested people could collect not only the typical accent of their mother tongue, but others as well, and not only for their mother tongue. Coordinated planning, however, is mandatory. If you’re interested, please write to __**[[luciano.canepari@teletu.it|luciano.canepari@teletu.it]]**__ (my other mailbox __**canepari@unive.it**__ has been discontinued).+Interested people could collect not only the typical accent of their mother tongue, but others as well, and not only for their mother tongue. Coordinated planning, however, is mandatory. If you’re interested, please write to __**[[natural.phonetics@gmail.com|natural.phonetics@gmail.com]]**__ (my other mailbox __**canepari@unive.it**__ has been discontinued).
  
 Also, it would be interesting to identify the most numerous immigrant communities in the nations where the following languages are spoken: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Dutch, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish (but, again, others could be included) in order to describe their accents. Also, it would be interesting to identify the most numerous immigrant communities in the nations where the following languages are spoken: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Dutch, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish (but, again, others could be included) in order to describe their accents.
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