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Old 09-10-2005, 04:55 PM   #856
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I'd like to know that too...J'aimerais savoir ça aussi...
And i never remember when you put a capital letter at the beginning of a word too...
Et je ne me rapelle jamais quand il faut mettre une majuscule au début d'un mot aussi...
I explained the thing with the 'r' already. Ich habe die Sache mit dem 'r' schon erklärt.

Well, you use capital letters for words like you (Du or Sie). Ex: How are You? Wie geht es Dir?
And you also use them for words that use articles like the car (das Auto), the woman (die Frau), the tree (der Baum). Ex: The girl is beautiful. Das Mädchen ist schön.
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And an English/German equivalent? So that i can get an idea...
Et un équivalent Anglais ou Allemand? Histoire que je puisse me faire une idée...
I don't speak German. There's English equivalent either.

The best description I can give is the "eu" in French.
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And an English/German equivalent? So that i can get an idea...
Et un équivalent Anglais ou Allemand? Histoire que je puisse me faire une idée...
An equivalent to what? Sorry, I wasn't following your conversation, I was too busy with my last post.
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Like in Bayern, right?
Comme en Bavière, n'est-ce pas?
I think the German-speaking Alsacians do it too...
Je crois que les Alsaciens qui parlent Allemand le font aussi...
I'm not from Bayern but in some parts of it they also pronounce the 'r' like me. Ich komme nicht aus Bayern aber in ein paar Teilen von Bayern sprechen sie das 'r' so wie ich aus.
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Thank you! Don't worry: that's perfect!


You mean 'i' there equals the French "eu"? :retard:
I guess the 'i' there probably equals to the é in Portguese.
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There's no need to be ashamed of your level though because German is such a hard language to learn. Es gibt keinen Grund Dich wegen Deinem Level zu schämen weil Deutsch eine schwere Sprache zu lernen ist.
Not THAT HARD for me to have such a bad level...
Actually i love learning vocabulary, civilisation etc...but my brain just won't remember anything from the German grammar (i think it blocks because that brings back too many bad memories of the time i tried in vain to get some knowledge of Latin... (you know because of all the "déclinaisons" and "cas" same as in Latin? ) I gave up with "dead languages" since... ...


Pas SI DUR que ça pour m'autoriser à avoir un si mauvais niveau...
en fait, j'adore apprendre du vocabulaire, totu ce qui est civilisation etc...mais mon cerveau ne veut vraiment pas retenir tout ce qui à trait à la grammaire allemande (je crois que le blocage est dû au fait que ça me rappelle trop de mauvais souvenirs du temps où je m'exténuait en vain à tenter d'apprendre le Latin...(tu sais à cause de toutes les déclinaisons et les cas en Allemand pareil qu'en Latin?... ) J'ai laissé tomber les langues mortes depuis... ...
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I explained the thing with the 'r' already. Ich habe die Sache mit dem 'r' schon erklärt.

Well, you use capital letters for words like you (Du or Sie). Ex: How are You? Wie geht es Dir?
And you also use them for words that use articles like the car (das Auto), the woman (die Frau), the tree (der Baum). Ex: The girl is beautiful. Das Mädchen ist schön.
Thanks!
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And what about dich, sich etc...?
Et pour mich, dich, sich etc...?
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I guess the 'i' there probably equals to the é in Portguese.
I don't speak Portuguese...Je ne parle pas (le) Portugais...
Is their é pronounced the same as the French é? If so the 'i' there isn't close to a French "eu" at all...:retard:
Est-ce que leur é est prononcé pareille que le é français? Si c'est le cas, le 'i' ici n'est pas du tout près de ressembler à un "eu" français...:retard:
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German and russian grammar rules are very hard...Les règles de grammaires allemandes et russes sont très difficiles.

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And in German: Und in Deutsch:

eins...zwei...drei...vier...fünf...sechs...sieben. ..acht...neun...zehn

And in Portuguese: E em português:

um...dois...três...quatro...cinco...seis...sete... oito...nove...dez
And in russian!

один (adin).... два (dva)...три (tri)..четыре (chetiryé)..пять (piat)..шесть (chect)...cemЬ (ciem)..bocemЬ (vociem)..девять (dieviat)..десять (dieciat).
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Not THAT HARD for me to have such a bad level...
Actually i love learning vocabulary, civilisation etc...but my brain just won't remember anything from the German grammar (i think it blocks because that brings back too many bad memories of the time i tried in vain to get some knowledge of Latin... (you know because of all the "déclinaisons" and "cas" same as in Latin? ) I gave up with "dead languages" since... ...


Pas SI DUR que ça pour m'autoriser à avoir un si mauvais niveau...
en fait, j'adore apprendre du vocabulaire, totu ce qui est civilisation etc...mais mon cerveau ne veut vraiment pas retenir tout ce qui à trait à la grammaire allemande (je crois que le blocage est dû au fait que ça me rappelle trop de mauvais souvenirs du temps où je m'exténuait en vain à tenter d'apprendre le Latin...(tu sais à cause de toutes les déclinaisons et les cas en Allemand pareil qu'en Latin?... ) J'ai laissé tomber les langues mortes depuis... ...
I was given the chance to learn Latin at school as second foreign language (French and Spanish too) but in the end I picked Spanish because it seemed to be the easiest language to me. I haven't regretted learning it till now. I wish I spoke French though. I can write and understand some things which are similiar to other languages I know but that's about it.
The German grammar is the worst ever to tell the truth because there are so many exceptions.
Ich hatte die Chance Lateinisch in der Schule als zweite Fremdsprace zu lernen (auch Französisch und Spanisch) und am Ende habe ich dann Spanisch gewählt weil sie mir als einfachste Sprache scheinte. Ich habe es bis jetzt nicht bereut sie zu lernen. Ich wünschte ich könnte Französisch sprechen. Ich kann ein paar Sachen die anderen Sprachen die ich spreche ähnlich sind schreiben und verstehen aber das war's auch schon.
Die Deutsche Grammatik ist die allerschlimmste um die Wahrheit zu sagen weil es da so viele Ausnahmen gibt.
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I don't speak German. There's English equivalent either.

The best description I can give is the "eu" in French.
Ok! Thanks! I think i get an idea now...
And why: "in this case"? I fear the worst...How many "cases" exist?
What about 'jiu', 'liu', 'yi' and 'er'?
Liu like how the English/French speakers say Lucy Liu?
'jiu' like how a French speaker would pronounce the beginning of the famous Ju jitsu martial art plus a Spanish/Italian/French etc... 'i' (='ee') in between?
I don't even want to imagine how 'yi' is pronounced before you tell me (i'm sure i've got it totally wrong...).
And 'er'... Hard...

So what was it about the Wernigerode (spelling?) trip if you don't learn German?
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And what about dich, sich etc...?
Et pour mich, dich, sich etc...?
It applies to Dich too but not to mich and sich.
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I don't speak Portuguese...Je ne parle pas (le) Portugais...
Is their é pronounced the same as the French é? If so the 'i' there isn't close to a French "eu" at all...:retard:
Est-ce que leur é est prononcé pareille que le é français? Si c'est le cas, le 'i' ici n'est pas du tout près de ressembler à un "eu" français...:retard:
I think the é in French is pronouced differently.
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Ok! Thanks! I think i get an idea now...
And why: "in this case"? I fear the worst...How many "cases" exist?
What about jiu, liu, yi and er?
Liu like how the English/French speakers say Lucy Liu?
jiu like how a French person would pronounce the beginning of the famous Ju jitsu plus a French 'i' (='ee') in between?
I don't even want to imagine how yi is pronounced before you tell me (i'm sure i've got it totally wrong...).
And 'er'... Hard...

So what was it about the Wernigerode (spelling?) trip if you don't learn German?
'iu' is always simply 'ee' (as in French 'lit') plus 'oo' (French "ou"). 'yi' is pronounced 'ee'. 'er' is pronounced like the 'e' in French "ne" but with the flip of your tongue backwards for the 'r'.
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