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Zangsol

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PostSubject: A bit of German   Sun 26 Mar 14:01

I know a few german words

Fuhrer: If you studied WWII You should know what this is it mean Leader. The u in it has dots on it

Ein: One in german

Volk: People

Thats all I know. Could someone teach me more
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Mari-Ashley

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PostSubject: Re: A bit of German   Tue 28 Mar 14:54

I cannot make the u with dots on it, but therefore, it can also be spelled as 'fuehrer'.

I could help you with German. I'm learning it myself. I can read it very well, although making sentences and building the structure of a sentence is more difficult in my opinion.
Anyway, there are several things I do know:

++++Basic

Yes--------------------ja
No---------------------nein
Please-----------------bitte
Yes, please------------ja, gern
Thank you--------------vielen Dank
No, thanks-------------nein, danke
Excuse me--------------Verzeihung
Maybe------------------vielleicht
Hello------------------hallo
Bye--------------------auf Wiedersehen
Good-day---------------guten Tag
Good-morning-----------guten Morgen
Good-afternoon---------guten Tag
Good-evening-----------guten Abend
Good-night-------------gute Nacht
See you----------------auf Wiedersehen
Be right back----------bis gleich

++++Days

Monday-----------Montag
Tuesday----------Dienstag
Wednesday--------Mittwoch
Thursday---------Donnerstag
Friday-----------Freitag
Saturday---------Samstag
Sunday-----------Sonntag

++++Numbers

0---------------null
1---------------eins
2---------------zwei
3---------------drei
4---------------vier
5---------------fnf
6---------------sechs
7---------------sieben
8---------------acht
9---------------neun
10--------------zehn

ok, that was obviously copied. XD (From my own site though).
I like to learn languages and put on my site what I have learned so far (or am still practicing to remember).
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Pikachu tamer

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PostSubject: Re: A bit of German   Sun 6 Aug 20:34

Wow!

I don't know a lot of other languages. I'm trying to learn japanese though because pokemon is japanese.

You guys are really good!
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PostSubject: Re: A bit of German   Sat 26 Aug 10:59

Well, I used to know how to speak vietnamese, but I kinda forgot when I became 7. Yeah, i was learning it at an early age. maybe...too early.
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PostSubject: Re: A bit of German   Sat 26 Aug 12:23

I know some Filipino language too. Aactually, I know more than some.
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PostSubject: Re: A bit of German   Tue 29 Aug 15:30

could you teach me some, pika? include the pronuntiation, otherwise it will be just pointless if you cant even say it correctly.
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