Hey, I’d love to join… The issue is I Wenn ich etwas unangemessenes sage habe ich es von meinem patenonkel gelernt shirt can’t speak German. The only words I know is gluten tag and danke Alongside UW, are you interested in doing DoASC, FoWSC, Deep/Urgoz? Etc….I’d love to join, I love the idea of being part of a speed clear guild/ally. Realistically at this stage in the games life, are you not already limiting yourself drastically by only having people who can speak German? I can not make much out of Glottal Verschlusslaute.
I know about glottal stops, (e.g. in English, Wenn ich etwas unangemessenes sage habe ich es von meinem patenonkel gelernt shirt where trailing T’s are omitted in dialect), but I don’t see it in the “Ich bin hier Zuhause.” example. And I don’t hear a clicking sound while exhaling. Are there better examples? In German, any syllable that starts with a vowel has a glottal stop in the beginning. In the example sentence, that’s only the case in “ich”. For native German speakers, the best way to explain what a glottal stop is is the difference between “veraison” (no glottal stop) and “vereisen” (glottal stop before ei). Dachs (badger), Flachs (flax), Wichse (shoe polish), Wuchs (growth). Note: When -CHS is the genitive case of a word ending with -ch, the pronunciation is the same as in the nominative case, e.g. “des Dachs” (of the roof).
Sechs also belongs to those. Funnily enough, there are Wenn ich etwas unangemessenes sage habe ich es von meinem patenonkel gelernt shirt native German speakers who get that wrong and mispronounce those words. Is really infuriating If you put it simply, English is more fluent than German. In German, you have some kind of staccato thing between the words. An audio example would, of course, be the best. But try open your mouth slowly and groan. The sound coming out is not flat. And this movement of the throat is more prominent German.
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