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dmackerman Avatar
dmackerman:#30625759

>mfw Anglos don't hear any difference between u and ü

woodydotmx Avatar
woodydotmx:#30625768

They're just stupid. They probably don't know the difference between é and è either.

350d Avatar
350d:#30625773

>>30625759
italians cannot into 'h' or word-final closed syllables etc etc

ntfblog Avatar
ntfblog:#30625778

That's because vowels are pretty much irrelevant in English, you can pronounce them however you like.

ionuss Avatar
ionuss:#30625794

>>30625778
>That's because vowels are pretty much irrelevant in English, you can pronounce them however you like.
>2345 vowel sounds and native speakers get their knickers in a twist if you mispronounce any of them

>>30625773
Italian doesn't have an "h" sound but it doesn't mean we don't hear it in a word. If you pronounce the h in Italian words like "ha" we will notice and ridicule you behind your back.

vigobronx Avatar
vigobronx:#30625811

vierkrebs raus

1markiz Avatar
1markiz:#30625845

>>30625794
Pretty much any way of pronouncing any vowel is a local accent somewhere. There are places in America where "pen" and "pin" are pronounced the same (and people can't tell the difference between the two even when non-locals say them).

jqueryalmeida Avatar
jqueryalmeida:#30625868

>>30625768
è = ä?

kennyadr Avatar
kennyadr:#30625879

>>30625794
>native speakers get their knickers in a twist if you mispronounce any of them

Now I know you're just bullshitting me, as long as native English speakers can understand what you're saying, we really do not mind if you make mistakes. We've all heard our language getting butchered from child, we're not like the Hun m8.

marcusgorillius Avatar
marcusgorillius:#30625916

>>30625879
This.

millinet Avatar
millinet:#30625924

Squirrel

ultragex Avatar
ultragex:#30625930

>>30625794
the point is that when italians speak a furrin tongue they don't pronounce it and they like to insert vowels thus their syllables become open

sketi_ndlela Avatar
sketi_ndlela:#30625944

>>30625845
That feel when cot-caught merger and Mary-marry-merry merger and I can't even conceive of how those are not the same sounds even as I mock pen-pin. Also father-bother.

cat_audi Avatar
cat_audi:#30625968

>>30625944
>father-bother
wat

lisakey1986 Avatar
lisakey1986:#30625978

>mfw non-Anglos don't hear any difference between than and then

jacobbennett Avatar
jacobbennett:#30625981

No one showed me the difference

kiwiupover Avatar
kiwiupover:#30625990

>>30625978
I do

smaczny Avatar
smaczny:#30626011

>>30625978
At school they tell us that the sound in "bad" is between "bad" and "bud".
But most people give up and pronounce it like "bed".

ryanmclaughlin Avatar
ryanmclaughlin:#30626017

>>30625990

artcalvin Avatar
artcalvin:#30626041

>>30625879
>We've all heard our language getting butchered from child
When an Englishman doesn't mind your English, thank a Scot

kazukichi_0914 Avatar
kazukichi_0914:#30626065

>>30626017
d'awwww

vigobronx Avatar
vigobronx:#30626097

>>30625968
They both have a sort of "ah" sound. The words rhyme.

The same sound is in "potter". It's a different sound from "mother". It's the same as "awful"

teylorfeliz Avatar
teylorfeliz:#30626682

Many Germans don't hear the difference between ä and e.
Like in that mary, marry, merry example.

They always say Kese instead of Käse, which slowly drives me insane.
Also some people don't hear the difference between German ch and sch.
They manage to pronounce Kirche(church) and Kirsche (cherry) the same way. It's like saying shello instead of hello.

ah_lice Avatar
ah_lice:#30626751

>>30626682
ch -> sch is the next major consonant shift
ä -> e the next vowel shift

Soon German will be Psze Psze tier

thomasgeisen Avatar
thomasgeisen:#30626784

>>30626682
>They always say Kese instead of Käse, which slowly drives me insane.
vocaroo the difference

stephcoue Avatar
stephcoue:#30626799

>>30626784

http://vocaroo.com/i/s0Y0cIICLRpZ

kinday Avatar
kinday:#30626804

>>30626682
That's regional I think and it's shit. They also say Schina instead of China. And Schemie.

robinlayfield Avatar
robinlayfield:#30626805

but that's not true

rohan30993 Avatar
rohan30993:#30626815

>>30626799
Ewww, do people really do that? Disgusting

tusharvikky Avatar
tusharvikky:#30626824

>>30626799
>Käse, Kise, Käse, Kise
Nice

meisso_jarno Avatar
meisso_jarno:#30626842

>>30626682
vocaroo the cherry/church difference. the dialect in aachen always pronounced the two the same

i_ganin Avatar
i_ganin:#30626873

ö = ur (bURn)
ä = e
ü = u

commoncentssss Avatar
commoncentssss:#30626905

First of all, what sounds are you talking about?

thomasgeisen Avatar
thomasgeisen:#30626909

>>30626842

http://vocaroo.com/i/s17ixs9fZbNb

>>30626824
Listen to this.
That's an i. Before there was an e.

curiousonaut Avatar
curiousonaut:#30626923

>>30626799
well, that's bullshit, you're saying outright 'Kise' there

coreyhaggard Avatar
coreyhaggard:#30626931

>>30626799
>Kese instead of Käse
I didn't think I would be able to tell the difference. Then I listened, and realized I was imagining a third, different pronunciation.

hoangloi Avatar
hoangloi:#30626959

>>30626923

Nice try.

mj_berthelsen Avatar
mj_berthelsen:#30626972

>>30626909
Arr soundu sameu

degandhi024 Avatar
degandhi024:#30626982

>>30626972

Don't worry.
I can't hear the difference between и and ы.

hoangloi Avatar
hoangloi:#30627018

>>30626799
Funparkbernd?!
KULTURMARXISTEN KOPF INS KLO! :D

rangafangs Avatar
rangafangs:#30627067

>>30626682
>They always say Kese instead of Käse, which slowly drives me insane.
ä developed from ae (an a letter with a small e above it): Käse = Kaese. So the e is already there.
>Also some people don't hear the difference between German ch and sch.
There are two different "ch" sounds, the one in "ich" or "nicht" and a different one in "ach" or "acht". Only the "ich" type sound shifts to sch in some dialects.

suprb Avatar
suprb:#30627084

>>30627018

I am a Bavarian.
Not even close.

a_harris88 Avatar
a_harris88:#30627101

>>30627084
You have the same voice and almost the same as mine

cheezonbread Avatar
cheezonbread:#30627113

>>30627101

Don't say that, or I'll go full dialect on you.
For some reason my voice goes up in pitch if I try to speak standard German.

tweet_john Avatar
tweet_john:#30627149

>>30626905
Maybe he's talking about when u is a vowel and not a semi-vowel. We dropped the ü in the last OA, anyway.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portuguese_Language_Orthographic_Agreement_of_1990#Changes

>Não há nada melhor do que sair sem direção, rumando para norte ou para sul, para passar um fim de semana tranqüilo em pleno agosto.

dmackerman Avatar
dmackerman:#30627157

>>30625768
In Br-Pt é sounds like ê e.g. "Pênis".

itsracine Avatar
itsracine:#30627166

>>30627149
Our ü wasn't a vowel, it was just an accent. Ü didn't have a different sound than U. The umlaut there just signaled that the U would be pronounced as "w" instead of being mute.

thehacker Avatar
thehacker:#30627265

>>30626959
What 'nice try'? Listen to yourself, your 'e' in Kese is very closed, it's pretty much 'i', really.

sgaurav_baghel Avatar
sgaurav_baghel:#30627447

>>30626909
thanks m8... i still don't hear the difference tho :/ maybe just in inflection, not in actual letter pronunciation?

yigitpinarbasi Avatar
yigitpinarbasi:#30629127

>gli sounds like li

vicivadeline Avatar
vicivadeline:#30629982

>>30627265

http://vocaroo.com/i/s0P5hqJLWXJQ

Do you know hear the difference?
Because I can clearly hear it.

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