Indepth Car Review: How to pronounce German car brands original name pronunciation BMW, Mercedes, AMG, Porsche & more

Indepth Car Review: How to pronounce German car brands original name pronunciation BMW, Mercedes, AMG, Porsche & more

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35 Replies to “Indepth Car Review: How to pronounce German car brands original name pronunciation BMW, Mercedes, AMG, Porsche & more”

  1. never understood why english speakers call this letter –> W as a double U, because it obviously is double V. Easier would be say tho, just like germans say, just V. So bee em vee, not bee em double uuuuu! 😉

  2. In your next video can you say "Fraulein" and "Nein nein nein!" and also "Schnell!" And maybe "Granate!" in a very loud stern voice. Thanks

  3. Most of our English speakers pronounced Volkswagen TOTALLY wrong!! They have pronounced that as… Volks (almost like (f)olks, that's all folks) – wagon, Volkswagon. I always want to pronounce that name properly because I know it has a special meaning or specifically "People's cars or automobilie"!

  4. i had a German teacher in high school who would make the joke that if we bought him a new bmw then he would give us an A, but he always pronounced it the German way and now that's just how I say it naturally. I actually have to think about saying it the American way

  5. Škoda Auto – car manufacturer from Czech Republic, very popular in Europe and East Asia and part of VW Group – is pronounced usually wrong (I mean outside of Czech Republic). So letter by letter – first one is like "sh" in "shit" (sorry for that example:-), second one is just "k" (maybe like in "kill"?), than there is an "o" from "hot" and finishes with sound of Russian agreement "Da". The "a" in the end is short (another not polite word "fuck" suits well as its "u" is pronounced the same way as Czech "a", just like an "a" in English "car" but very short).

  6. Depends on whose trying to pronounce it. English, unlike Spanish, French, or Italian is not a Latin based language but actually derived from Germanic along with Dutch, Austrian, etc, I wonder if Polzki derives, I don't know, from Germanic. Anyway, that's why it's easiest for English speakers to learn Germanic languages is because English comes from that. Kinda funny the dominant language spoken in the world is English, mostly because of business, rather than English parent German, but is the easiest language for English speakers to learn and vice-versa, much like a Spaniard or Hispanic learning Italian or French, easier to learn than English or German.

  7. Depemding where you are in Germany, People don’t call the Mercedes a Mercedes. For example when you are in the region of Swabian they will call it Daimler an when you go more up north like Mannheim they call it Benz

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