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Spanish Alphabet Numbers Greetings

Learn the Spanish Alphabet, Pronunciation, Numbers 1-1000, Greetings, Introductions and Common Expressions. Here you will learn how to pronounce Spanish words, how to count in Spanish and how to to greet or to start a conversation in Spanish. Lesson provided by edvog.com

The German Alphabet

The Spanish language has an alphabet composed of 27 letters, the same letters found in the English alphabet plus one extra letter ñ. Next you will learn the Spanish alphabet and how to pronounce individual Spanish letters: A (a), B (be), C (ce), D (de), E (e), F (efe), G (ge), H (hache), I (ee), J (jota), K (ka), L (ele), M (eme), N (ene), Ñ / ñ (nee), O (oh), P (pe), Q (koo), R (erre), S (ese), T (tay), U (oo), V (uve), W (doble uve), X (equis), Y (ye), Z (zeta).

The letters K and W appear almost exclusively in words of foreign origin, such as karate or kilowatt. Until 1994, ch and ll were considered letters but nowadays they are just special sounds found in the Spanish language. To differentiate …
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German Alphabet Numbers Greetings

Learn the German Alphabet, Pronunciation, Numbers 1-1000, Greetings, Introductions and Common Expressions. Here you will learn how to pronounce German words, how to count in German and how to to greet or to start a conversation in German. Lesson provided by edvog.com

The German Alphabet

The German language has an alphabet composed of 30 letters, the same letters found in the English alphabet plus four extra letters: 3 umlauts (Ä ä, Ö ö, Ü ü) and one ligature (ß) called eszett or scharfes S. Next you will learn the German alphabet and how to pronounce individual German letters: A (ah), Ä (ae), B (bay), C (tsay), D (day), E (eh), F (ef), G (geh), H (ha), I (ee), J (yot), K (kah), L (ell), M (em), N (en), O (oh), Ö (oe), P (pay), Q (koo), R (er), S (es), ß (eszett), T (tay), U (oo), Ü (ue), V (fow), W (vay), X (ix), Y (eep-see-lon), Z (tset).

German umlaut and eszett (scharfes S)

Umlaut is a diacritic consisting of two dots placed over a letter, the letter is often a vowel. In German we …

French Alphabet Numbers Greetings

Learn the French Alphabet, Pronunciation, Numbers 1-1000, Greetings, Introductions and Common Expressions. Here you will learn how to pronounce French words, how to count in French and how to to greet or to start a conversation in French. Lesson provided by edvog.com

The French Alphabet

The French language has an alphabet composed of the same letters found in the English alphabet. Some letters can have accents like: â, ç, é, è, ê, î, ï. They are pronounced different compared to the letters without accent. The letter H is pronounced very lightly. Next you will learn the French alphabet and how to pronounce individual French letters: A (ah), B (bee), C (see), D (dee), E (uh), F (ef), G (zheh), H (ash), I (ee), J (je), K (ka), L (el), M (em), N (en), O (op), P (pay), Q (koo), R (ehr), S (es), T (tay), U (oo), V (vay), W (doo-blaw-vay), X (ex), Y (ee-grek), Z (zed).

A very difficult and important part of learning French is knowing how to read or speak, because you will find many pronuncia…

Italian Alphabet Numbers Greetings

Learn the Italian Alphabet, Pronunciation, Numbers 1-1000, Greetings, Introductions and Common Expressions. Here you will learn how to pronounce Italian words, how to count in Italian and how to to greet or to start a conversation in Italian. Lesson provided by edvog.com

The Italian Alphabet

The Italian language has an alphabet composed of 21 letters, the same letters found in the English except: j, k, w, x, y (the 5 missing letters can be found in foreign words). Next you will learn the Italian alphabet and how to pronounce individual Italian letters: A (a), B (bi), C (ci), D (di),E (e), F (effe), G (gi), H (acca), I (i), L (elle), M (emme), N (enne), O (o), P (pi), Q (cu), R (erre), S (esse), T (ti), U (u), V (vi), Z (zeta).

In Italian language you will find 5 vowels (a, e, i, o, u) with 7 different sounds (each of the letters 'e' and 'o' have two different sounds), when you will find more than one vowel in a word, you will have to pronounce them separately.

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Rivers of Germany | What is the longest river in Germany?

What is the longest river in Germany? Here you will find all the information you need about the most important (major) rivers in Germany. Article provided by edvog.com

Major German Rivers - Top 10 German Rivers

In the following table made by edvog.com you will find the names of the top 10 rivers found in Germany according to the length of the river that crosses the most part of the German territory. The list is ordered according to the distance crossed by the river in Germany.

River Name - Length in Germany km / mi
Rhine - 865 km / 537.4 mi
Elbe - 727 km / 451.7 mi
Danube - 647 km / 402 mi
Main - 527 km / 327 mi
Weser - 452 km / 281 mi
Saale - 413 km / 256.6 mi
Spree - 382 km / 237.3 mi
Ems - 371 km / 231 mi
Neckar - 367 km / 228 mi
Havel - 325 km / 202 mi

Top 10 German Rivers according to the total length

In the following table you will find the names of the top 10 German rivers that are at least partially found on the German territory. The list is ordered according to the total leng…