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[t͡s] is one doubly articulated consonant. [ts] are two separate articulated consonants. When the sounds [t] and [s] appear inside the same syllable, they are always pronounced as [t͡s], no matter if they are written as »z«, »tz«, »ts« or as »t«: tz plötzlich = [ˈplœt͡slɪç] schätzen = [ˈʃɛt͡sn̩] Platz = [plat͡s] z zu = [t͡suː] zwei = [t͡svaɪ̯] Prozent = [...


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