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I have been learning German for the last couple of years using DuoLingo. The dialect taught there is of course Hochdeutsch. I have since finished all DuoLingo content and have now moved on to LingQ. My question is this: Is there a website or utility that I could use to check pronunciation of German words as I get exposed to new words while reading and learning? Thanks in advance for your advice.

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https://dict.leo.org/german-english/pronunciation

has German spelling and pronunciation, directly grouped with the English translation.

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You may take a look at

de.wiktionary.org

as it gives you pronunciations by native speakers and the IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) symbols for most of the words in it.

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As long as you are indeed looking for only the pronunciation of single words or simple expressions, you may use the soundbits given by the Dict.cc dictionary

https://www.dict.cc/?s=Aussprache

Click on the loudspeaker icon next to the word, and you get a collection of pronunciations by native speakers.

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