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Deutsche und tschechische Aussprache im typologischen Vergleich

Title in English Comparison of German and Czech pronunciation


Year of publication 2014
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Education

Description The main differences between Czech and English languages is as between analytical and synthetical languages. German grammar is ruled by German pronunciation, where strong accent lead through the ages to the reduction of unstressed syllables. This reduced the number of possible end syllables. In Czech language this reduction did not take place, all syllables remained full.