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While the rule set that is usually given (e.g., in Stefano Palazzo’s answer) is correct, it is historically grown and mainly aimed at native speakers to explain the difference between the reformed and the old spelling. Language learners might prefer the following rules for the spelling of s sounds in German: s and ß form a voiced–voiceless pair like b/p, ...



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