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Disclaimer: These questions are more complicate to answer than it might look at first. I am going to use IPA in my explanation, a [ç] is pronounced like a soft “sh” inbetween the actual ‘sh’ and ‘s’, quite similar to the English pronunciation of the h- in “huge”. [ʃ] is the regular German ‘sh’ sound, just like in English. They sometimes sound similar for foreigners, and in many German dialects, /ç/ and /ʃ/ are both pronounced [ʃ], but they’re distinct in standard German. If a word ends in anything other than -ig, the -g pronounced as [-k], so we have the words Sarg [zaːɐ̯k], weg [vɛk], Sieg [ziːk], Trog [tʁoːk], Flugzeug [ˈfluːkt͡sɔʏ̯k], and so on.

Frida Could Create So Ruth Could Dissent So Michele Could Speak Shirt

The front-trilled r is a signature sound of Bavaria (particularly Franconia). In other disconnected regions from north to south, it occurs in regional dialects. For example, if you heard Man ist, was man isst., you’d probably understand it as “you are what you eat” rather than “you eat what you are” (Man isst, was man ist). In verbs all regular verbs ends in -en in all plural forms, both present, past and future. All infinite forms of regular verbs end in -en. As far as I can remember right now, all classes of words (if not every singel word within every single class) can take the -en ending at some time in some grammatical settings.

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The r in different languages can also pose problems. For me, a Dutch speaker, roar in English or rare in French makes me sound like I have pharyngitis. The combination th-s is also hard. When I say bath salt I have to pause in between the two words. Paths is a tongue-twister. A horrible sentence to pronounce is: There are two truths. It was. The Germanic root is Namo. In Dutch, Saxon and High German it later turned into naam or Name (like farm or farmer). Old Norse namn/navn stayed as it was. Old English and Frisian name/nome (like farmer/former) was also pronounced as written and like the others, but the big vowel shift changed the pronounciation into ”neim” (like claim) in Middle English. Name in Italian is nome, nom in French. Yes, that is perfectly right. A fourth variation also occurs in upper Hesse (Dillenburg), where the r sound resembles the American r.

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