is food that bad in germany? :P
cheese can never be bad :D
Not quite my thoughts.
hahaha i thought the same
,no not at all
Does this mean "The cheese tastes bad" or "The cheese has gone bad (no longer safe to eat)" or both?
It means bad as in off.
Why Der is pronounced as Di-ah? I always make a mistake on that, because I hear Die
The r after vowels is usually pronounced as a plussed one in german
-Pluto- -Does "a plussed one" refer to the "r" being pronounced as some kind of liquid (or glide) consonant before the "k" sound in the next word, as MrBTTF seems to inquire? Maybe mizinamo knows! Thanks to him in any event.
This can also mean that the cheese is spoiled -- to say so is not an incorrect translation, no?
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How do you pronounce schlecht? sounds like sh-lect.
Shhhh - le... wait the last 'ch' is the hard part. Make a horrible GCHCGCH sound in the back of your throat. Just not too horrible.
I think the "Ch" pronounced like the "R" in French .. actually we do have that letter in Arabic "غ"
I think it absolutely not. the r in french is uvular, while ch in german is not. r before vowel in german is also uvular actually. You can compare it with ch.
This seems to be exactly how I pronounce it. Except my GCHCGCH is pretty horrible. But the "ch" or "cht" at the end of words is so hard to pronounce.
Almost. The "ch" sound is pronounced at the same place "k" is, but it's held like an "s".
I am not sure if my following words are right:
ch is pronounced like /hɪ/
Mike is dik
the cheese is spoiled.is it correct?why they are saying it is not?
Why is "The cheese is spoiled" incorrect? Why only bad?
I can't distinguish the pronunciation of Käse and Katze. Who can tell me? Danke!
Käse sounds like käyzuh, and Katze sounds like Katzuh.
Danke! But I am sorry, käyzuh and Katzuh are even more complicated to me. I still can't read them correctly.
Try going onto Google Translate and listening to the pronunciations separately.
It's a gut idea.
katze has a strong 't' sound and kase doesn't
Would better speaker kindly reply how one would write, "This cheese is bad."
"Dieser Käse ist schlect". ^_^
Don't you think it can be «rotten»?
Well that's your opinion.
Can schlect be used to describe bad people or things or only used as rotten?
the cheese is old and moldy.
Can one translate this as " The cheese is nasty"?
This lesson was made by allergic to cheese gang
I type stale instead of bad but duoling doesn't accept it :(