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"Konsonant" German translation





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Meaning: consonant (in phonetics)

Der Konsonant /k/ ist ein stimmloser Verschlusslaut.

The consonant /k/ is an unvoiced stop.

Meaning: consonant (in music)

Die Flöte spielt die Melodie, während das Klavier die Konsonanten begleitet.

The flute plays the melody while the piano accompanies the consonants.

Meaning: consonant (in linguistics)

Im Deutschen gibt es 21 Konsonanten.

In German, there are 21 consonants.


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Der Konsonant 'b' wird wie 'be' ausgesprochen.

The consonant 'b' is pronounced like 'be'.

Im Wort 'Hund' gibt es drei Konsonanten.

The word 'Hund' has three consonants.

In der deutschen Sprache gibt es 21 Konsonanten.

In the German language, there are 21 consonants.

Die Aussprache des Konsonanten 'r' kann schwierig sein.

The pronunciation of the consonant 'r' can be difficult.

Das Wort 'Schule' beginnt mit einem Konsonanten.

The word 'Schule' starts with a consonant.

In diesem Text kommen viele Konsonanten vor.

There are many consonants in this text.

Der Konsonant 'g' wird im Deutschen oft wie ein 'k' ausgesprochen.

The consonant 'g' is often pronounced like a 'k' in German.

'Konsonant' ist ein Fremdwort aus dem Lateinischen.

'Konsonant' is a loanword from Latin.

Die Rechtschreibung von Wörtern mit vielen Konsonanten kann kompliziert sein.

The spelling of words with many consonants can be complicated.

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A Konsonant is a speech sound in which the airflow is obstructed or partially obstructed, resulting in a constriction or closure of the vocal tract. Unlike vowels, which are produced with an open vocal tract, consonants involve some degree of closure or narrowing of the articulatory organs.

In German phonetics, Konsonanten (consonants) play a crucial role in forming words and distinguishing their meanings. They are classified based on their place and manner of articulation. The place of articulation refers to where in the vocal tract the obstruction occurs, while the manner of articulation describes how the airflow is modified during the production of the sound.

German has a rich inventory of consonants, including plosives (such as /p/, /b/, /t/, /d/), fricatives (such as /f/, /v/, /s/, /z/), affricates (such as /pf/, /ts/, /tʃ/), nasals (such as /m/, /n/), and approximants (such as /r/, /l/). Understanding the different consonant sounds and their pronunciation is essential for mastering the German language.

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