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hi! i noticed on an old post you commented that you where German. I'm studying it at GCSE as a private candidate and was wondering if you would be able to recommend the best way to learn it! thanks
I'm currently with my family in Germany, so I watched the celebrations on ARD/ZDF. It's hard to pick a favourite player - Neuer definitely comes to mind (especially as I've always been a fan of goalkeepers in general), I also loved Kramer's short but marvellous appearance as he plays for my favourite club. Apart from that, I especially liked Höwedes and Schweinsteiger - man, was he fighting!
Best part of the world cup was the 7:1 against Brazil which I watched live on an Airbus 330 above the clouds over the Indian Ocean, with the flight attendants running to my seat after every goal, cheering and bombarding me with crisps
"Are you happy too?"
What an utterly pointless question to ask - happy doesn't even come close to capturing it. I'm way beyond happy
The writers you mention are some of the very best
I particularly like Durremantt's work.
Once again,thank you very much for these writers and books.If you would like any recommendations,you could let me know as well
Hallo Kallisto wie geht es dir?
Learnt this a while ago
Thank you so much for your recommendation,i'll have a look next week to see if any flea markets have these here.What kind of books have you found?
Bitte bitte bitte
Hallo Kallisto! Alles gut?
Could you try the GCSE Dutch reading paper (the link is on the Multilingual & Polyglot thread)
Ich würde mich sehr interessieren, zu wissen, ob du ein paar der Fragen richtig beantworten könntest. Du wirst die Prüfung wahrscheinlich ganz einfach finden aber es ist gar nicht nötig, viele Fragen zu beantworten; ein paar genügt! ^^
You commented on a post of mine around a week ago. I'm new to Maths and need a little help..
I'm struggling with the answers to the following questions..
Use trial and improvement to solve the following equations to one decimal place..
i) x^2 + x = 100
ii) x^2 - x = 5
iii) x^2 +2 x = 52
iv) t^3 + t = 2000
I need the working out so I can follow it and no how to get the correct answer..
If you could help me I'd be grateful, I don't have a tutor so I'm self teaching.
- About me
- As you can see, I come from Germany and living in a backwater. I'm here to speak with members whose native language is English (or foreign one). My goal is to become a legend of TSR, so I planned to write more than 10,000 posts. I'm serious!
What should I talk about me? I'm an honest, thoughtful and interested person who doesn't belong to certain parties, even though to certain sides of societies. I'm trying to keep my individual status as far as possible. And although I'm a German, I can be humorous indeed!
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sports (mainly martial arts),
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