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hijher f r e E r

Bi*] [a:a] [ail [aul

3. Consonants

Begriff, ;leiken Dame, reden -Fest,Treffen

-Gast, ausbaggern -Genie, Reportage, -Journalist -halten, abholen

[nl [d [PI [rl [SI [ZI

ifi, e&t, durg, nagste, mofite, fureten IS1 afiten, docJ Bufi !a, Junge [tl Krise, Berg, beklagt, taglich Leben, vo!, W!i [VI mit, K a E


Motzrad [‘mo:ba*ra:t] (alternative[‘mo:txa:tl) h z t e , B&me n e renigen, Ele ssber, H=s

-nein, keEe2, Ko!zert empfangen, Verabredung, Bank Pazy,e il,: verakschieden regnen, zutuck Haus, eEen, FuO, mittags singen, RoSe, Uberweisung, Musik


Wasser, Winter, Feuenvehr, vase, Verb, Villa

4. Notes on final consonants -(e)r: A final r, including r in the syllable “er” is either vocalized or completely silent: Bier [ b i d ] Ohr [o:aq Masseur [ma’sea*] Tur [ty:a*] Bar [be:a*] Uhr [u:a*] Gehor [ga’haa*] Vater [‘fa:taT -ig: The suffix -ig is represented by [-id in the IPA. indicates the the basic form is pronounced differently in final position, either [-iq] in Northern Germany or [ik] in Southern Germany, while the inflected forms [-ig-] are pronounced with the intervocalic [-9-1: selig [‘ze:liGq = North, [‘ze:lik] = South, but generally: selige, seliger, seliges [‘z:eliga, ‘ze:liga*, ‘ze:ligas] etc.

-b, -d, -g, -s: in final position are voiceless [-p, -t, -k, -s], but are voiced before a following vowel: Kalb [kalp] Wald [valt] Anzug [‘antsuk] Haus [haus]

but: Kalber [‘kelbaq Walder [‘vslda*] Anzuge [‘antsy:ga] Hauser [‘hzdza*]