A frankfurter sausage ! with the right mustard.
Frankfort is a city in Germany that sounds like a popular picnic food, frankfurters. Frankfort is the largest city in the German state of Hessen and the fifth-largest city in Germany.
Hamburg, is one city in Germany that has a name that sounds like a popular picnic food. Another city in Germany with a popular picnic food name is Frankfurt.
Hamburg, Germany, sounds like the popular picnic food, hamburger. Frankfurt, Germany, sounds like frankfurter.
There are two cities in Germany that sound like popular picnic foods. One city is Frankfurt, and the other is Hamburg.
Thinking... Ah yes. Watermelon, Germany.
I think you are thinking of the city of Frankfurt? If not then I don't know, sorry.
It is just like and sounds like the letter m in English
The word 'picnic' is both a noun (picnic, picnics) and a verb (picnic, picnics, picnicking, picnicked).The noun picnic is a word for an outing that includes food packaged to be eaten outdoors:A picnic in the park sounds very nice on a day like today.The verb to picnic is to take an outing that includes food to be eaten outdoors:We can watch the geese in the pond while we picnic by the lake.
Pronunciation of z: tzet, if you are saying the name of the letter itself. In a word, it sounds like the English ss.===================================The German z sounds like the English ts (as in its, thats), e.gZeppelin - prounounced tseppaleenZebra - tsay'brahStolz - Shtollts (proud)
It could be Frankfurt.
First of all: every language/culture in the world has its own pronunciation of letters. When learning a new language, you should also learn and practice how to pronounce the letters of its alphabet. The German alphabet does contain the letter W. If you "think in English", it's true that it sounds like the V in the English language. But did you know, that the English W sounds almost like the letter U in the German alphabet? And the English V sounds like the W in German. The pronunciation of V and F is almost the same in German. The English pronunciation of the letter A sounds like E or Ä in German. The R is pronounced completely different. I hope you can see what I mean. My advice: when it comes to other languages, don't commit yourself to the basis of your own language and its pronunciations and grammar.
Yes, it sounds like a German name.
hört sich gut an is the translation in German. It is translated from English to German. German is mostly spoken in the European countries.
Weipert sounds like a German surname to me.
The letter that sounds like a vegetable is the letter "P", because pea sounds like the letter p.
The German word "raus" means "(get) out."
English: "we" is German: "wir". It is pronounced "Vir" though; "W" in German make "V" sounds.
The German word sounds the same but is spelt slightly differently "Elefant".
Deutschland and German is Deutsch it sounds like doytchland or doych
Yes it is a German name and it's no coincidence that it sounds sort of like a German soldier from WW11!
queue (sounds like the letter q)
It sounds dodgy but it is actually obwohl
Sounds like a German name.In German in would be pronounced like VA-guhn-ZELL-ah.