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Experience how awfully harsh German sounds in comparison to other (more beautiful?!) languages! This is the original version!
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Beethoven's Sonata No. 15 in D Major
Come fly with me on my *FLUGZEUG* It's going to be a(n) *ÜBERRASCHUNG*
Feels light as a *SCHMETTERLING* here take my letter i wrote with my *KUGELSCHREIBER* and I even put a *GÄNSBÜMCHEN* on it. Sombody call the *KRANKENWAGEN* because my heart was stolen, and also one more thing, i feel chemistry between us, not even *NATURWISSENSCHAFFEN* could explain it.
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Ok I'm learning German and I found this hilarious lol but I know its exaggerated with the pronounciation, plus it would be unfair to compare German to French, Italian, and Spanish since they're Romance languages and have similar origins (latin) whereas German does not. Even English still being a Germanic language is heavily influenced by latin. It's like comparing oranges, grapefruits, tangerines, and mandarins to apples.
German can't sound angry or aggressive because germans don't know what is to be angry or how to be aggressive, spanish, in the other hand, can sound pretty aggressive because we know to be angry and aggressive.