If your native language is either Hindi or English then learning German language becomes bit easier as the script of German language is taken from Roman and many Grammar concepts in German language is similar to Hindi because this language is derived from Sanskrit language.
When it comes to learning a language, it is always preferable to use a notebook and pen to make a better connection in your learning process. So let’s start the notes that you can even use while revising before exams.
Notes Of German A1 Alphabets
Some Important Tips:
- German language has 26 main letters and 4 extra letters. The extra letters are ä, ö, ü and ß
- The W in German sounds like the V in English
- The V in German sounds like the F in English
- The letter ß will never appear at the beginning of a word
- Most of the time the S in German sounds like Z in English when it is placed at the starting of a word followed by a vowel.
What Are Umlauts?
The two dots are called Umlauts. These are mutated vowels which change the sound of vowels a, o and u. Example:
- Ä – Äpfel
- Ö – Öl
- Ü – Übung
Special Pronunciation: Zweilaute/ Diphthonge
|au||aaoo, आउ||Maus, Auch, Laut,|
|eu||oye, ओए||Neu, Deutsch, Feuer|
|äu||oye, ओए||Mäuser, Häuser, Käufer|
|ei||I, आइ||Ei, Zeit, Klein|
|ai||aye, आएइ||Mai, Mais|
|ie||ee, इ||Lieben, Leider|
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