The German alphabet is part of
The German language is a more consistent phonetically language than English.
German Alphabet Table
Learn German Alphabet Pronunciation
Some German Letters
Learn German Alphabet Diphthongs and Grouped Consonants
Diphthongs are combinations of two vowels(and only vowels) that are combined and sounded together. Consonants can be grouped together this way as well. Instead of each letter being pronounced separately, the two letters have combined pronunciation and sound. Example of German Alphabet Diphthongs and Group Consonants below.
German Alt Codes
To do the extra German letters without using German keyboard. Alt code can be used. Alt code is when you press then hold down the Alt key on your keyboard then type in numbers on your num pad then release the alt key.
The German Alphabet plays a very important role in learning German, especially when it comes to pronunciation. So make sure to practice pronouncing the German Alphabet multiple times often. Whenever you can.
Interested in further study into German or confused on where to start? I recommend reading our German Beginners Guide
5 thoughts on “Learn German Alphabet – German Language Alphabet Letters & Chart”
I was offered this language to study in my University here in Nigeria , but I don’t have a knowledge of it and I want to learn it. I have passion for this language. Am also studying French. I need ur help for these two languages. Please teach me . thanks .
It’s best to learn from an online language course.
I have to learn it cause I want to go Germany . there my husband lives. for God sake someone can help me it’s pronunciation is so hard
Your pronunciation for “ess-tset” in your visual is wrong, I suggest you revise it, unless I’m mistaken. (it’s an “s set” so to speak.)