Voronof's snowdrop

Tim Eck teck11@embarqmail.com
Tue, 02 Sep 2014 13:30:47 PDT
In German, the sch (and the s when followed by p or t) is pronounced
indistinguishably from the unvoiced (American) English sh.  I believe
Russian has the unvoiced sh, the ch, and the shch in sequence.

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From: pbs [mailto:pbs-bounces@lists.ibiblio.org] On Behalf Of Peter Taggart
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Is it?
-Not speaking German I cannot be certain that I get it right, but I use
different parts of my tounge  which to pronounce "sch" and "sh". For "sh"
my tounge is lower and mouth does not change shape, unlike for "sch"

Peter (UK)

On 2 September 2014 19:59, penstemon <penstemon@q.com> wrote:

> SCH in German is the same as SH in English.
> Bob Nold
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