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German pronunciation practise
by: c2gDE

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Pronunciation of German vowels
Pronunciation of "o" in German
Pronunciation of "ö" in German
Short or long vowels in German
Double vowels' pronunciation in German
Pronunciation of German vowels
by: c2gDE
German vowels (a, e, i, o, u) and Umlaute (ä, ö, ü) can either be spoken short or long.

In the following list you will hear for every vowel three short spoken followed by three long spoken examples.
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The last four words have a "y". It does not belong to the German vowels, but it is used as one and pronounced like an "ü". The "y" is spoken short in "Rhythmus" and "Labyrinth" and long in "typisch" and "anonym".

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