Tool to mimic german accent. In order to give credibility to a german accent (spoken or written), a text must recreate a germanic accent.
German Accent - dCode
Tag(s) : Fun/Miscellaneous, Communication System
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German accent can be obtained by making sounds from the back of the throat (guttural sounds), and replacing sounds T by D, J by CH, S by Z, G by K (and conversely). The use of H aspirated before certain vowels is also characteristic. The German accent in writing can be restranscribed in the manner of dCode.
Example: dCode is ein great zite! Jawohl!
In Germany, phonology has many bass sounds and hard consonants. The pronunciation of this language is very guttural which facilitates imitation of the teutonic accent.
The German accent is generally used in movies about World War 2, it is accompanied by interjections like Ja, or Arheu, and the use of determinants as der or das.
Not all Germans speak that way, this funny tool must be taken with humor.
There are three major types of German accents, the first is the Standard German, the second is derived from Austrian German, and the last from Swiss German.
dCode does not propose an audio conversion of the German accent but an idea of its Germanic pronunciation in writing. To listen to some German text, use Google Translate: here (link)