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German is really English in Disguise
Indo- European Germanic German English
Cognate A word which has the same root in the parent language
Here are some full cognates. Can you guess what they mean? Finger Hand Arm Nest Lippe Ring Rose warm mild Wanderer bitter Wolf Hammer Hunger binden finden
die Lauterverschiebung (the sound shift) A pattern of consonant shifts or sound changes within the Germanic language. (Often called GRIMMS LAW.)
Consonant Changes German b Bett, Bad haben silber Kalb, halb English b bed, bath v have, silver f calf, half
Consonant Changes German ch Buch Milch machen Storch English k book milk make stork
Consonant Changes German cht recht Nacht Sicht Licht English ght ????
Consonant Changes German d Bad Ding dick Dieb English th ????
Consonant Changes German f Pfund Pfeife Pfanne Apfel English p or pp ????
Consonant Changes German g windig Tag Weg sagen Garn legen English y ????
Consonant Changes German k Käse Kinn kühl Kultur Kirche English ch or c ????
Consonant Changes German mm Lamm dumm Kamm Nummer English mb ????
Consonant Changes German s, ss, z or tz das Wasser Fuss zwei Herz Witz sitzen English t ????
Consonant Changes German sch scheu scharf Schuh Fisch English sh ????
Consonant Changes German sch Schwein Schmutz English s ????
Consonant Changes German t Gott gut tief Seite gleiten English d ????
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