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Re: "Ur" meaning....

Pronunciation of "ur" as in ur-quattro will something on the order of
"Uhr" where the U has a sound something like the oo in foot and the h is just
a slight breathiness.  The r will be more on the order of a thypical English
("Murikin") r, not the rolling gargled r of Sergeant Schultz.

Any help?  Prolly not.  Now all you true German speakers out there tell me
how badly I missed it.  :-)

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