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Further recordings of this language, not organized for teaching purposes, are available here , in the UCLA Phonetics Archive.

Assamese is an Indo-European language (Indo-Aryan branch) spoken by approximately 20 million people in India and Bangladesh.
Assamese has eight vowels. Of particular interest is the contrast between the lower-mid and low back vowels. Superimposed FFT-LPC spectra for these two vowels are included here for comparison.