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    (Original post by BaconEmperor)
    There's probably 2/3 people in your class who are ok at French and they'll be the only ones left soon enough. In my class hardly anyone knew what 'depuis' meant and a few weren't even sure on the difference between a noun and an a verb
    Define okay

    Oh wow, fair enough depuis... I didn't know how to say:

    I'm looking forward to...

    (Original post by AquisM)
    Hey, half my Spanish class thinks ser is the only verb in the Spanish language.

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    (Original post by Octopus_Garden)
    Meh, it bothers me when people are starting A2, and still unable to stop translating the English present continuous word by word into French or German!
    I'm no longer shocked at those stats! the students account for grades.

    As for Geography, I LOVE the second teacher, he teaches human. The other ones a doctor and she does physical but she's so boring...

    J'ai besoin de "faire" (des) nouvelles amis...
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    Hello!

    Do anyone know busuu? here is the link: http://www.busuu.com/de this page offers over 12 languages which can be learned. You can improve your foreign language skills with native speakers for free. There is an opportunity to interact with native speakers in a video chat to improve the spoken English. So I consider to sign me up there. What do you think that?
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    Look - I've actually started German!! I have a Deutschheft and everything!!Name:  ImageUploadedByStudent Room1378498664.637360.jpg
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    Look - I've actually started German!! I have a Deutschheft and everything!!Name:  ImageUploadedByStudent Room1378498664.637360.jpg
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    Oooh AS oder GCSE?
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    (Original post by constantmeowage)
    Oooh AS oder GCSE?
    Neither - at my school you can pick up a second foreign language once a week after school in year nine, and I'm just joining in with the German class
    It does mean I can't use my Thursday afternoon free to go home though, which is annoying, but hey, DEUTSCH!!!

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    Neither - at my school you can pick up a second foreign language once a week after school in year nine, and I'm just joining in with the German class
    It does mean I can't use my Thursday afternoon free to go home though, which is annoying, but hey, DEUTSCH!!!

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    Ooh wonderful why German, may I ask? I'm always glad when someone new gets stuck into German ^^
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    I see. You are a beginner who start at the roots of the German language, right? if you need help in German, you should know that it is my native language.
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    Hey all!
    I'm looking to become fluent (or as near as possible) in German, anyone know any good books/resources? I've been studying it for a few years now and love it
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    (Original post by constantmeowage)
    Ooh wonderful why German, may I ask? I'm always glad when someone new gets stuck into German ^^
    Because for five years I have walked to school with girls on the German half and so have picked up bits and pieces along the way - now I want to learn properly!


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    (Original post by Kallisto)
    I see. You are a beginner who start at the roots of the German language, right? if you need help in German, you should know that it is my native language.
    Dankeschön! And I'm not really a beginner, I know bits and pieces already but now I'm having proper lessons


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    Hey all!
    I'm looking to become fluent (or as near as possible) in German, anyone know any good books/resources? I've been studying it for a few years now and love it
    Previously I would've suggested Rosetta Stone but since someone suggested Duolingo, I personally cannot recommend it highly enough, it's by far the best to start out with before moving on to other resources to become fluent.
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    Mon professeur de français me demande si je pense que mon français est bien

    J'ai dit... "je le pense"

    Elle a dit que c'est très bien :awesome: surtout pour moi!
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    Mon professeur de français me demande si je pense que mon français est bien

    J'ai dit... "je le pense"

    Elle a dit que c'est très bien :awesome: surtout pour moi!
    Comment est ton nouvel école? L'aimes-tu?

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    Comment est ton nouvel école? L'aimes-tu?

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    Je ne l'aime pas j'espère que ce deviendra plus bon
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    Je ne l'aime pas j'espère que ce deviendra plus bon
    Pourquoi est-ce que tu ne l'aimes pas? Est-ce que les professeurs sont mauvais?

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    Pourquoi est-ce que tu ne l'aimes pas? Est-ce que les professeurs sont mauvais?

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    C'est le fait que je ne sais pas les gens... Mais ils savent les autres

    Mon professeur de géographie (physique) est très ennuyeuse es je déteste à elle :unimpressed:
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    C'est le fait que je ne sais pas les gens... Mais ils savent les autres

    Mon professeur de géographie (physique) est très ennuyeuse es je déteste à elle :unimpressed:
    Ne t'en fais pas, tu vas connaître les autres et te faire des amis bientôt. Mais n'as-tu pas des amis qui sont de ton ancien école?

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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    C'est le fait que je ne sais pas les gens... Mais ils savent les autres

    Mon professeur de géographie (physique) est très ennuyeuse es je déteste à elle :unimpressed:
    J'ai le nouvel prof de géographie, il est Canadien :awesome: et il a un accent!
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    (Original post by AquisM)
    Ne t'en fais pas, tu vas connaître les autres et te faire des amis bientôt. Mais n'as-tu pas des amis qui sont de ton ancien école?

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    Nope... Il n'a rien gens qui je sais... (les garçons)

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    J'ai le nouvel prof de géographie, il est Canadien :awesome: et il a un accent!
    Chanceux!
 
 
 
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