Baálthazor

@widerstreit But I learned from my time spent amongst German speaking people both abroad and domestic, to hold a somewhat semi_decent conversation, even though they kept laughing at my misuse of die/der/das and my mixing up the singular/plural forms

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  • Rommel654

    Thanks, and Merry Christmas to you and yours.

    Sometimes folks just don't get us old soldiers, or maybe I just don't get them. I don't know why one can't have a difference of opinion and not be a total nuclear enemy to someone on the internet.

    Thanks for your service to your country. I appreciate your conversations.

    December 2017
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  • @widerstreit
    But I learned from my time spent amongst German speaking people both abroad and domestic, to hold a somewhat semi_decent conversation, even though they kept laughing at my misuse of die/der/das and my mixing up the singular/plural forms
    December 2017
  • Widerstreit

    Yea, German can be kind of confusing because of the articels. For me as Austrian I have no idea of danish, I only know you have less than in German. And that the history of Denmark and Germany is mixed with many feelings.

    You have to feel which is the right articel in German. It can be simply wrong, or it can change the meaning of a Substantiv. And sometimes it depends on the dialect. And the grammatical Genus changed sometimes over the centuries.

    die Gift = the gift | das Gift = the poison
    der Polster (south-german) das Polster (north-german) = the upholstery
    das Cola (south-german) die Cola (north-german) = the cola ^^

    Falls du einmal Hilfe brauchst, dann frag mich einfach. Ich helfe gerne.
    If you need help sometimes, then simply ask me. I am helping with pleasure.

    December 2017
    • Baálthazor
      Baálthazor
      Very true idd.
      I always loved the German language even though I sucked at it big time back in junior high, hehe
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