benny335 wrote:*When I say Ing, I mean it's continual... So if you speak a language, for example, you would use Ing.
Ic hȳðmyn Hwæ Lān.
I speak the modern language.
benny335 wrote:The difference is dependent upon the noun...
benny335 wrote:For example, a language is something you speak for your whole life. On the other hand, you can only eat an ice cream cone once before you have to get another...
benny335 wrote:As far as pronunciation goes, its pronounced like a voiced "th" (English "the") then you just say the m sound paired with the sh sound...
benny335 wrote:Here is the pronunciation of that cluster:
(Trying to figure out IPA)
(I don't know if this is correct however)
Basically, it's: h+German ü+voiced th+m+sh
Standard English pronunciation except for the ü.
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