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Answered 2007-07-30 06:40:23

Answer The German equivalent of the English word "mother" is die Mutter. The word die (pron. dee) means "the" and indicates that the word is feminine in gender. In the noun itself, the "u" is pronounced much like the "u" in the English word "put". Be sure to keep the "t" sound distinct. Prettysharp.

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