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German verb conjugation/Deutsche Verbe Konjugationen Contents Introduction Gremple is a German verb conjugation tool. German Pronunciation Guide - Paul Joyce A Guide to German Pronunciation Welcome to the new location of this online guide to German pronunciation, which I originally developed with support from the University of Exeter. The guide forms part of my Ab Initio German Course and is aimed therefore at beginners and intermediate learners of German rather than advanced students of phonetics. The sounds of German are explained with reference to the letters that students encounter in German words, and although key German phonemes are explained, a knowledge of the International Phonetic Alphabet is not a prerequsite for reading this guide. Anyone interested in German phonetics should click here for my PowerPoint letter on the phonemes of German or here for the page on German phonetics on my German Dialects linklist.
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