The "word formation" tool at canoo.net is pretty helpful for breaking down words:
I learned the pronounciation rules FIRST, so that I knew how to pronounce things, even if slightly wrong, with some specific words, but I would get the general gist. It makes spelling words easy. So, get yourself associated with the sounds of the words. Learn the alphabet (phonetic one), and the pronounciation rules, such as sp, st, ei, äu, etc. That's what I did, anyways. It gets easier over time.
Die Arbeitgeberin gibt dem Arbeitgeber und seine Mitarbeiter Geld für ihre Arbeit (labour?). Wie heißt dieses Geld auf Deutsch?
- Was my sentence correct? (Why not?) 1.2 What is the German equivalent of the word "labour"? "Arbeite"?
- What is the answer to the question I asked?
- What is the difference between "Mitarbeiter", "Kollege" and "Arbeitskollege"?