De-Gießen.ogg(Ogg Vorbis sound file, length 1.5 s, 83 kbps)

I, the author of the file, object to the deletion claim of the applicant. The applicant ignored my arguments on c:User talk:Jeuwre. In short form: I explained, that the females voice is my daugher's voice. Furthermore I explained that to produce this file it needs preparation (you need a list with words and IPA), cutting, converting and checking every pronunciation example. There I pulled my weight. With every consideration: Sitting in front of a microphone is only a little part of producing pronunciation examples. --Jeuwre (talk) 16:00, 29 April 2019 (UTC)

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English: Pronunciation recording of German noun "Gießen". Female voice, recorded by native German speaker from Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
Deutsch: Aussprachebeispiel des deutschen Substantivs "Gießen". Weibliche Stimme, aufgenommen von deutscher Muttersprachlerin aus Schleswig-Holstein, Deutschland.
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