It sounds like Analuse. Is it the correct pronunciation?
As far as I know, "y" are rare in German: they are mostly found in Greek origin words and mantain the original pronunciation of "ü".
It is pronounced like "Analüse"
That's why the letter's name is ....uepselon. doesn't it????
Yep! Hear some native-speaker recordings on Forvo.
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But thanks anyway
Lovely name for a psychologist's child, "Anna Liese".
It's pronounced like der Typ
How do you pronounce Typ?
Like "toop". Check forvo.com
You might give a listen to Die Prinzen sing 'Wer ist die Typ'. I'm told that the pronunciation is fairly good
This was impossible to hear.. all I heard was „haneluze”
I must agree with you. If that is how Germans pronounce "y" then we still have a lot to learn.
What would 'analogy' be in German?