Robert Israel <israel@...>
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, <MBernet@aol.com> wrote:
There is no sound in the German language that resembles the Z inI hesitate to question Michael's knowledge of German, but I was taught
that a single s before a vowel (as in "sie" or "Hase") is pronounced as
the English z in "zero". It certainly sounds that way to me when I hear
German. I this a question of regional differences?
Robert Israel email@example.com
Vancouver, BC, Canada