German Consonant Combinations

Hallo, Deutschlerner. Welcome to the third part of my lesson about German pronunciation in my new Beginner German series. This is the 3rd video in the first lesson of Herr Antrim’s 20 lesson series for A1 German learners. Today we are talking all about German consonant combinations. By the end of this lesson, you will learn all you need in order to pronounce any German word you come across. Don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss a video.

This lesson is a part of Herr Antrim’s new e-book “Beginner German with Herr Antrim“. Within the e-book, this lesson includes mp3 downloads of the audio from this lesson, so you can hear the pronunciation and practice it for yourself.

You can also get Herr Antrim’s full German pronunciation guide including mp3 files along with the text guide to help you practice your pronunciation by clicking here.

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Herr Antrim

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