How does German sound to non-native speakers? I’m going to make you experience exactly that today! Hey rabbits, it’s Trixi and no matter what language you grew up with there is this point in your life where you ask yourself: How does the language that I speak and that I don’t really think about any more sound to non-native speakers? And you kinda wish that you could put yourself in their shoes and listen to someone speaking your native language. Well, good news, because that is exactly what I will try in this video! In a couple of seconds I will speak “German” to you. But it’s not going to be the same German that you may be used to. I kinda made up a new version of German. With words that have the same characteristics as normal German words do, but it’s going to be words that don’t exist in the original German language. So what I’m going to be saying sounds like German without being German. Which will hopefully have the effect of you feeling like a non-native speaker listening to someone else speaking German. Have a lot of fun with this little “experiment” and tell me in the comments what you think about it. Alright, rabbits, how did you like this little experiment? Did you feel like a foreigner listening to German? Did you notice that I tried to include all of the different dialects into my little fantasy german part as well? If you liked the video, please leave a thumbs up, because that would make me really happy. If you want to watch another video you can find one right here. You can also follow me on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Or become my patron to support my work. Now I wish you all a very beautiful day. See you in the next video – bye!