German Language Game: Practice "ch"

German Language Game
: Practice German "ch".
A short German game to help you improve your pronunciation of German "ch." 

There are two ways to pronounce "ch" in German:
1) when "ch" follows a "front vowel" (i, e, ei, eu, äu, ö)
2) when "ch" follows a "back vowel" (a, o, u, au).

The difference is subtle for English speakers, but with a little practice, done OUT LOUD, the difference becomes obvious.
With our "Say It" pronunciation "game," you can focus just on these two ch-sounds.
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Posted 16:42PM on September 15 2014 by Ulrike Rettig
Categories: German | Tags: German, German game, German pronunciation practice, German quick game, Practice german "ch"