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Aussprache - Questions on how to correctly speak a word.

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Wie wird der Name „Titurel“ ausgesprochen? Ich kann keine Transkription oder Einspielung finden.
asked Jun 28 '11 by Tim
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Pronunciation dictionaries suggest that words beginning with x, such as Xylofon and xenophob, should be pronounced with /ks/. This sounds awkward every time I try. How common is it for real-life …
asked Jun 19 '11 by Tim
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In standard German pronunciation, this happens when (and only when) st is the first part of a syllable. Straße -- Stra·ße -- /ˈʃt/ verstehen -- ver·ste·hen -- /ˈʃt/ Kasten -- kas·ten …
answered May 31 '11 by Tim
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The word Toilette is pronounced /toalɛtə/ in standard German. It retains the original French /toa/, but its end is pronounced as it would be, were it a German word: /ɛtə/ instead of /ɛt/. Are there m …
asked Jun 2 '11 by Tim
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It is very common to unvoice consonant sounds appearing last in a word. die Hand -- /hant/ -- d → /t/ der Tag -- /taːk/ -- g → /k/ der Staub -- /ʃtaʊp/ -- b → /p/ This sometimes happens with conso …
asked Jun 3 '11 by Tim
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Gab es einen Unterschied in der Aussprache von rundem „s“ und langem „ſ“, oder war der Unterschied nur typographisch?
asked Jun 16 '11 by Tim
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A 'v' in the beginning of a word can be pronounced in one of two ways: /f/: Vater, verrückt, vier, Vogel. /v/: Vanille, Verb, Villa, Vokal, vulgär. My question: Is there a way to know how a word s …
asked Jun 25 '11 by Tim
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I've heard the following alternatives for pronouncing the ending -ig of words like fertig and lustig: /ɪç/ (as in mich) /ɪʃ/ (as in Fisch) /ɪg/ /ɪk/ Where are the different pronunciations used? Ar …
asked May 31 '11 by Tim
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Where can I find a comprehensive online resource for IPA transcriptions of the "official" pronunciation of German words? …
asked May 25 '11 by Tim
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„ie“ hat die folgende mögliche Aussprachen: /iː/ („Miete“) /i̯ə/ („Familie“, „Petersilie“) /i̯e/ („Karriere“) Wie kann man wissen, ob „ie“ als Diphthong oder Monophthong ausgesprochen ist?
asked May 30 '11 by Tim
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Wiktionary bietet zwei unterschiedliche Aussprachen für den Vokal im Wort „Genus“: /ˈɡɛnʊs/ (wie „Bett“) /ˈɡeːnʊs/ (wie „Meer“) Bei dict.cc und LEO werden die Hörbeispiele nur mit /ɛ/ ausgesproche …
asked Jun 25 '11 by Tim