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Great guide! Only a couple of possible corrections: I think the phonetic symbol used in the part where it says "Katze", and "danke" is wrong; that is the symbol that represents the sound "th" in English in words like "there" and "this". Maybe the person who made this guide was thinking of the schwa (ə) instead?

Furthermore, the symbol "ø" used in the digraphs "eu" and "äu" in IPA represents a sound closer to "ö", so the correct transcription would be something like "ɔi".

Other than that, amazing job!


The above comment is a good start. It look like an editing issue. "Fisch" and "in" should read as [ɪ], the schwa after "Katze" and "danke" should read as [ə], and "Haus" and "auch" should have [ao].
I disagree with the comments above about /eu/ and /äu/. In all diction texts reflecting current usage these are, in fact, noted as [ɔø]
That said, this is a wonderful graphic.

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