When I hear or see German "rot" I always think that means "rotten" for a while :( I am not a native English speaker though
Could this be a hand of cards? He has no clubs or spades in his hand, only red cards.
'On a gathering storm comes a tall handsome man in a dusty black coat with a red right hand'
SebElgCo? The vengeance of God? Rubente dextra? It's all getting a bit deep for a tote Hand. Not to be confused with the pagan Red Hand of Ulster, that of Labhraidh, son of Nuada Airgeadlámh.
Have a bloodless day!
Ah! The lady heard our complaint. She says it perfectly at the head of this page.
I can hardly believe it! The current lady speaker has returned to "Die Hand ist tot!"
Is there any rule of German pronunciation that makes "rot" sound like "tod" ? I'm thinking the speech synthesizer ditched the "r" and pulled in the final "t" from "ist". But maybe that's how real sentences sound at high speed??
Edit: Oh, and there's no "slow speak" option on the question.