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    Haha ja du magst Deutschland? (Probably said that wrong
    It's meant to say: do you like German?)

    :lol:
    Ahhh gute nacht, herr Hodor :hugs:

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    Not grammatically incorrect.. But what you said was "Yeah, you like Germany?"

    "Magst du Deutsch?" Is what you meant.

    Well, Guten Tag, Frau Matrix!
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    Not grammatically incorrect.. But what you said was "Yeah, you like Germany?"

    "Magst du Deutsch?" Is what you meant.

    Well, Guten Tag, Frau Matrix!
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    Ahhhhh:facepalm::facepalm::facepalm:
    (Mentally slapping myself for that!)

    Yes, that is what I meant:yep:

    Hahaha, guten nachtmittag, Herr Hodor!
    (Please tell me that is "good afternoon"! *pleads on knees with desperation*)
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    (Original post by Matrix123)
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    Ahhhhh:facepalm::facepalm::facepalm:
    (Mentally slapping myself for that!)

    Yes, that is what I meant:yep:

    Hahaha, guten nachtmittag, Herr Hodor!
    (Please tell me that is "good afternoon"! *pleads on knees with desperation*)
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    Not Nachtmittag, its nachmittag, meaning afternoon
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    Ahhhhh:facepalm::facepalm::facepalm:
    (Mentally slapping myself for that!)

    Yes, that is what I meant:yep:

    Hahaha, guten nachtmittag, Herr Hodor!
    (Please tell me that is "good afternoon"! *pleads on knees with desperation*)
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    Well, afternoon is "Nachmittag" not Nachtmittag. But nobody says "Guten Nachmittag". It's weird, basically there is no "Good afternoon" in German XD

    You'd say "Guten Tag!" meaning "Good day". "good evening" would be "Guten Abend" though :yep:

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    Not Nachtmittag, its nachmittag, meaning afternoon
    Ohh thanks
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    Well, afternoon is "Nachmittag" not Nachtmittag. But nobody says "Guten Nachmittag". It's weird, basically there is no "Good afternoon" in German XD

    You'd say "Guten Tag!" meaning "Good day". "good evening" would be "Guten Abend" though :yep:
    Ohhh thanks for clearing that up. It seems my pleading didn't really help Haha well...I'm weird so...
    I guess I'll have to settle with 'Guten Tag' "Swaggy" Hodor!

    Ahh right, I knew those last two but had learnt how to say afternoon so I thought I'd have a stab at it. At least I learned something I guess

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    Ohh thanks

    Ohhh thanks for clearing that up. It seems my pleading didn't really help Haha well...I'm weird so...
    I guess I'll have to settle with 'Guten Tag' "Swaggy" Hodor!

    Ahh right, I knew those last two but had learnt how to say afternoon so I thought I'd have a stab at it. At least I learned something I guess

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