Ist's denn so schwer Das zu erwarten? Ei, du verzagst?
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Halt, was du hast (Johann Michael Bach)
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Last modified: Line count: 28 Word count: 86 Gentle Reminder. This website began in as a personal project, and I have been working on it full-time without a salary since I don't know the song but I checked the lyrics because "bis der Tod der Scheide" until the death of the vagina doesn't make sense.
About the R pronunciation: Most German varieties of Standard are spoken with a uvular R, even though the first standardized pronunciation dictionary by Theodor Siebs prescribed an alveolar pronunciation.
The alveolar pronunciation is used in many standard German varieties of Southern Germany, Austria and Switzerland. In many varieties, both with uvular R and with alveolar R, R is often vocalized at the ends of syllables. Brioche Senior Member Adelaide. I didn't check any further. Mea culpa.
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Thanks, and I didn't know what that sentence meant. Auch wenn du kein englischer Muttersprachler bist, sollte dir diese Abbildung weiterhelfen. Die deutsche Version ist hier. I try to put it simple. Uvular like in French rouge. Alveolar like in Italian, Spanish etc. Thanks Vespasian!
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Crab New Member English - England. A little late now, but it's a pun on a grammatical ambiguity. All of this is a play on the German equivalent of "Until death do you part".