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    Hallo SpiritedAway, wie gehts? Bitte, sprechen/schrieben!

    Eurgh... German lit homework! Not that I'm procrastinating...
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    (Original post by wtid)
    Wilkommen! Natuerlich kannst du hier schrieben!
    super!


    Du alles sind so gut, wirst du mein fehler ausbessern wann ich schreibe?

    Wie lange hat jeder schon Deutsch gelernt?
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    (Original post by SpiritedAway)
    super!


    Ihr (du is singular) alle seid (ihr form) so gut, werdet ihr (ihr form again) meine Fehler korrigieren wenn ich schreibe?

    Wie lange hat jeder schon Deutsch gelernt?
    Ich habe Deutsch drei Jahre lang gelernt - ein Jahr habe ich es mir selber beigebracht, und danach hatte ich zwei Jahre Deutsch bis zum A-level in der Schule.
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    (Original post by kiss_me_now9)
    Hallo SpiritedAway, wie gehts? Bitte, sprechen/schrieben!

    Eurgh... German lit homework! Not that I'm procrastinating...
    danke, ich bin toll, und dir?

    ich auch meine Deutsch hausaufgaben habe, mit meiner mündliche prüfungen in nur drei woche ich mit meiner "mündliche prüfung" karte praktizieren soll. aber ist es nicht so spaß und so ich aufschrieben so viel
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    (Original post by SpiritedAway)
    danke, ich bin toll, und dir?

    ich auch meine Deutsch hausaufgaben habe, mit meiner mündliche prüfungen in nur drei woche ich mit meiner "mündliche prüfung" karte praktizieren soll. aber ist es nicht so spaß und so ich aufschrieben so viel
    Hmm.

    No offence intended - your German isn't bad, but your grammar is all over the place. Have you considered going through a grammar book and seeing how to put sentences together? It might help your German fluency a lot, not to mention boost your confidence a bit.

    We'll happily correct your posts for you if you want us to, but I don't feel you'll really get much out of our corrections unless you're willing to have a look through a grammar book. These are all very basic errors, and can be easily fixed, but I have a feeling that if I put all your verbs in the right place and pointed you at the "verb second idea" rule and the subordinate clause rule, you wouldn't know what I was talking about, so you might continue to make those mistakes.

    I dunno, does this sound accurate or am I judging too early?
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    (Original post by generalebriety)
    Ich habe Deutsch drei Jahre lang gelernt - ein Jahr habe ich es mir selber beigebracht, und danach hatte ich zwei Jahre Deutsch bis zum A-level in der Schule.
    Danke
    dieses ist mein vierte Jahr. Ich hoffe zu mein Deutsch verbessern, aber ist grammatik nicht meine Freunde!!! Dieses ist mein ersten Jahr von mein Abitur und vor dass ich hat meistens Kreuzworträtsel machen zu Deutsch lernen in die schule, und so ich habe selten ein Satz machen.
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    (Original post by generalebriety)
    Hmm.

    No offence intended - your German isn't bad, but your grammar is all over the place. Have you considered going through a grammar book and seeing how to put sentences together? It might help your German fluency a lot, not to mention boost your confidence a bit.

    We'll happily correct your posts for you if you want us to, but I don't feel you'll really get much out of our corrections unless you're willing to have a look through a grammar book. These are all very basic errors, and can be easily fixed, but I have a feeling that if I put all your verbs in the right place and pointed you at the "verb second idea" rule and the subordinate clause rule, you wouldn't know what I was talking about, so you might continue to make those mistakes.

    I dunno, does this sound accurate or am I judging too early?
    no, you're judging me right. my vocab and everything is great, but my grammar is aweful. i have a grammar book, and this year the teachers explain it. but since i moved schools to do my a-levels, they were so far in front of me it was hard not to get lost. i didn't even know how to form a basic sentence on my own. can you recommend a good one?
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    Hallo! Ich wusste nicht dass diese Gruppe hier war! Es ist toll! Schade, ich lerne nicht mehr Deutsche in der Schule. Ich habe das Sprach nur fur AS gelernt (und es ist immer schlecht...!) Ich hoffe sie sind alle gut
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    (Original post by SpiritedAway)
    Danke
    dieses ist mein vierte Jahr. Ich hoffe zu mein Deutsch verbessern, aber ist grammatik nicht meine Freunde!!! Dieses ist mein ersten Jahr von mein Abitur und vor dass ich hat meistens Kreuzworträtsel machen zu Deutsch lernen in die schule, und so ich habe selten ein Satz machen.
    Genau. Und deswegen glaube ich, dass du vielleicht ein Grammatikbuch lesen solltest, damit du verstehst, wie man im Deutschen einen Satz baut. Ich will dich nicht beleidigen, aber ich glaube, Korrektur wäre im Moment nicht sehr hilfreich für dich. Wenn du dich verbessern willst, dann versuch mal, ein Grammatikbuch zu lesen.
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    (Original post by candle_light)
    Hallo! Ich wusste nicht dass diese Gruppe hier war! Es ist toll! Schade, ich lerne nicht mehr Deutsche in der Schule. Ich habe das Sprach nur fur AS gelernt (und es ist immer schlecht...!) Ich hoffe sie sind alle gut
    Hallo, willkommen zur Society.
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    Danke! Wie lange hast du Deutsch gelernt?
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    (Original post by candle_light)
    Danke! Wie lange hast du Deutsch gelernt?
    Ich? 2 Jahre in der Schule, bis zum A-level. Leider fange ich jetzt schon an, das alles zu vergessen...

    Du?
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    ok, i've looked to see what i have, and all i have is the Zeitgeist books. don't get me wrong, they are good, but they only cover the advanced stuff (hence being an A-level book) but does anyone know of anything i could use to learn the lot??? it'd be really helpful.
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    (Original post by generalebriety)
    Ich? 2 Jahre in der Schule, bis zum A-level. Leider fange ich jetzt schon an, das alles zu vergessen...

    Du?
    Hi, you definitly have a great talent for languages, because your German is really great considering you only had 2 years at school. You know the rules better than I do, but
    I think that´s because I´m a native speaker and recognize mistakes because they sound wrong rather than because the rules tell me otherwise.German grammar is aweful I can do it, but I can´t always name it.
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    (Original post by SpiritedAway)
    ok, i've looked to see what i have, and all i have is the Zeitgeist books. don't get me wrong, they are good, but they only cover the advanced stuff (hence being an A-level book) but does anyone know of anything i could use to learn the lot??? it'd be really helpful.
    Paul Webster - The German Handbook (or similarly titled) is a fairly accessible A-level-style grammar book.

    (Original post by grizzlybär)
    Hi, you definitly have a great talent for languages, because your German is really great considering you only had 2 years at school. You know the rules better than I do, but
    I think that´s because I´m a native speaker and recognize mistakes because they sound wrong rather than because the rules tell me otherwise.German grammar is aweful I can do it, but I can´t always name it.
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    Yeah, I understand, don't worry. I do the same in English all the time.

    I've also been to Germany a couple of times on school exchanges, which has obviously helped my German a lot. I used to have a really good 'feel' for the way German worked, and be able to spot mistakes simply because they sounded wrong, but I'm losing that ability now. Shame...
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    (Original post by generalebriety)
    Paul Webster - The German Handbook (or similarly titled) is a fairly accessible A-level-style grammar book.
    thank you
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    (Original post by SpiritedAway)
    thank you
    Oh, one warning I must give you though: it doesn't assume GCSE grammar knowledge (so you can learn GCSE grammar from it too), but without it you may find the book fairly heavy going. Still, if you have the motivation to work through it, you should find it ok.
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    (Original post by generalebriety)
    Oh, one warning I must give you though: it doesn't assume GCSE grammar knowledge (so you can learn GCSE grammar from it too), but without it you may find the book fairly heavy going. Still, if you have the motivation to work through it, you should find it ok.
    thanks
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    (Original post by generalebriety)
    Ich? 2 Jahre in der Schule, bis zum A-level. Leider fange ich jetzt schon an, das alles zu vergessen...

    Du?
    Nur zwei Jahre?! :eek: Aber dein Deutsch ist erstaunlich!
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    (Original post by kjc_us)
    Nur zwei Jahre?! :eek: Aber dein Deutsch ist erstaunlich!
    Heh, danke. Vielleicht... aber ich hab auch schon dreimal bei Schüleraustauschen in Deutschland mitgemacht. Vielleicht erklärt das etwas.
 
 
 
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