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Germanic languages Germanic languages of the two consonants deflection

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									Germanic languages Germanic languages of the two consonants positioner

 Germanic language of the two consonants
 deflection to the first consonant and the other Indo-European Germanic language
separately. Which occurred at about the 8th century AD, the second consonant will
change position into two West Germanic languages, have experienced the change bit
Germanic consonants called high German, but without changing the position of the
Germanic consonant called the Low German language. Broadly speaking, English,
Flemish and Dutch language Low German can also be counted.
 second main deflection of consonants are: the first consonant in the form of clear
deflection stops p, t and k in the German affricates and turned it into a pf, ts, and kx,
and the cloud stops b, d and g then fill the three vacancies Thanh Hoa.

  comparison between High German and English:
  Comparison of High German English
Pfundpoundpf-p
Pfeifepipepf, fp
  Orfthorpef-p
offenopenf-p
  sseneatss-t
lassenletss-t
zutoz-t
  rzahlentellz-t
  uchbookch-k
  rechenbreakch-k
tagdayt-d
tiefdeept-d, fp
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