der Klang

Meanings

1.
the tone, the sound
(In physics and music, the sum of a bunch of tones. In daily life also often used in the sense of how something sounds.)

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Word of the Day - "lauter"

A fun look at the word "lauter", why it is much more than just "louder" and what cool things we can do with it.

Vocab:

lauten, laut, der Laut, lauter, unlauter, der Klang, läuten


Word of the Day - "die Lautmalerei"

German is full of onomatopoeia. Today, we'll learn the poetic German word for it and check out some common examples with audio :)

Vocab:

laut, der Laut, der Klang, die Malerei


Noises in German - An Overview

Languages are full of onomatopoetical words for noises - hissing, humming, growling etc. Today, we'll look at the German ones and see if they "sound the part.

Vocab:

brummen, plätschern, knarren, rauschen, britzeln, quietschen, pfeifen


Word of the Day - "der Ton"

A fun look at the meaning of "der Ton" and what music has to do with pottery. And a bit of basic acoustical physics for good measure :)

Vocab:

der Ton, der Lehm, betonen, vertonen, die Note, der Klang


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