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Alphabet - Easy Learning Grammar German

  • The German alphabet is pronounced differently from the way it is pronounced in English. Use the list below to help you sound out the letters.
A, a[a:](ah)
B, b[be:](bay)
C, c[tse:](tsay)
D, d[de:](day)
E, e[e:](ay)
F, f[εf](ef)
G, g[ge:](gay)
H, h[ha:](hah)
I, i[i:](ee)
J, j[jↄt](yot)
K, k[ka:](kah)
L, l[εl](el)
M, m[εm](em)
N, n[εn](en)
O, o[o:](oh)
P, p[pe:](pay)
Q, q[ku:](koo)
R, r[εr](air)
S, s[εs](es)
T, t[te:](tay)
U, u[u:](oo)
V, v[fau](fow)
W, w[ve:](vay)
X, x[Iks](ix)
Y, y[Ypsilɔn](üpsilon)like ‘ü’ in ‘über’
Z, z[tsεt](tset)

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