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"Vokal" German translation





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Meaning: Vowel

Der Buchstabe 'a' ist ein Vokal.

The letter 'a' is a vowel.

Meaning: Singer

Sie ist eine talentierte Vokalistin.

She is a talented singer.

Meaning: Vocalist

Die Band sucht einen neuen Vokalisten.

The band is looking for a new vocalist.

Meaning: Vocalic

Das Deutsche hat viele vokalische Laute.

German has many vocalic sounds.


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A1: Der Vokal ist ein wichtiger Bestandteil des Alphabets.

A1: The vowel is an important part of the alphabet.

A1: Kannst du die Vokale aufzählen?

A1: Can you list the vowels?

A1: Die Aussprache dieses Wortes hängt von dem Vokal ab.

A1: The pronunciation of this word depends on the vowel.

B1: In diesem Lied gibt es viele verschiedene Vokale.

B1: This song has many different vowels.

B1: Der Umlaut ändert den Klang des Vokals.

B1: The umlaut changes the sound of the vowel.

B1: Er hat Schwierigkeiten, die richtigen Vokale auszusprechen.

B1: He has difficulties pronouncing the correct vowels.

C1: Die Veränderung des Vokals in diesem Dialekt ist bemerkenswert.

C1: The change of the vowel in this dialect is remarkable.

C1: Die Aussprache der Vokale variiert je nach Region.

C1: The pronunciation of the vowels varies depending on the region.

C1: Die linguistische Analyse der Vokale ist äußerst komplex.

C1: The linguistic analysis of vowels is extremely complex.

Advanced Description

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The German noun 'Vokal' refers to a vowel in the German language. Vowels are speech sounds produced with an open vocal tract, allowing air to flow freely without obstruction. In German, there are five main vowels: 'a', 'e', 'i', 'o', and 'u'. These vowels can be short or long, and their pronunciation can vary depending on the position within a word.

Understanding the concept of 'Vokal' is essential for learning and pronouncing German words correctly. Unlike consonants, which involve some form of constriction or closure of the vocal tract, vowels are produced with an open and unobstructed airflow. They play a crucial role in forming syllables and determining the sound and meaning of words. Mastering the correct pronunciation of German vowels is important for effective communication in the language.

In German, the distinction between short and long vowels is significant. Long vowels are generally pronounced for a longer duration than short vowels and can sometimes change the meaning of a word. Additionally, the pronunciation of vowels can be influenced by surrounding consonants or specific phonetic rules. Learning about vowel sounds and their variations is an integral part of acquiring fluency in spoken German.

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