Card Set Information
either long "a" as in care or short as in belt
always long: house
: boy, Fra:ulein
although in names like Mattha:us or Irena:us, "a" and "u" pronounced separately
when final, pronounce as a "p" but unaspirated
after "a", "o", "u" and "au" pronounce gutterally (Bach, Tochter, auch)
In "Christ" pronounce as a "k"
when final, pronounce "t" but unaspirated (und)
either long as obey, but with narrower lips be'be',
or short as dress
initially "g" as in got;
when final, pronounce "k" but unaspirated
: "h" as in her;
after vowel, elongates vowel "Sohn";
between vowels, not pronounces "sehen"
either long "see"
or short "kiss"
always long - see
always pronounced even initially before n (Knecht)
either long as boat
or short as got
either long as whirl (w/ lips pushed forward; erlo:ser)
or short like Fr "peu" (Go:tter)
pronounced "kv" (Quelle)
before vowel, pronounced "z"
finally, always pronounced "s"
same as B/S
at beginning of syllable
at end of syllable
either long as moot or short as push
either long as eat, but with lips pushed forward to a point
or short (same sound shortened)
pronounced as u: