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    Mario Barth is another very popular comedian. He's an absolutely wicked guy, I love him. But I think his pronounciation is not that easy to understand, he speaks a bit weird sometimes. Give him a try. ;-)
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    Just had a quick look. Will have a proper listen later, his accent doesn't sound toooooo bonkers.
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    (Original post by generalebriety)

    He also does a "Liebeslied" in loads of languages.

    Does anyone know (and recommend) any other German comedians? Just because I can pass this off as revision, really. :p:
    Hi generalebriety,

    I thought you meant singing ones.:rolleyes:
    Besides, 'Biermösl Blosn' isn't any good for revision at all. I have to listen to them more than once or even look up the lyrics due to their bavarian dialect.:confused:
    I'm watching Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, Rowan Atkinson a lot lately.
    Always a nice treat after spending hours trying to understand the introduction in philosophy, logic and epistemology.:confused: :confused: Where ever did that stupid idea to study history and philosophy come from?
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    Haha. Dieses Morgen habe ich meine probetest für meine mündliche Prüfung. Nicht einmal habe ich gesagt, "langsame, bitte" oder "noch mal, bitte" :five:.

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    (Original post by SpiritedAway)
    Haha. Dieses Morgen habe ich meine probetest für meine mündliche Prüfung. Nicht einmal hat ich gesagt, "langsame, bitte" oder "noch mal, bitte" :five:.
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    (Original post by T o b i)
    Mario Barth is another very popular comedian. He's an absolutely wicked guy, I love him. But I think his pronounciation is not that easy to understand, he speaks a bit weird sometimes. Give him a try. ;-)
    He only "berlinert" (awww, looks weird) a little bit^^

    Then there are Anke Engelke (Ladykracher is great), the bunch of Switch reloaded (you must know German TV, though), Harald Schmidt, Oliver Pocher...

    Just whatever you do: Don't watch Atze Schröder or Ralf Schmitz:rolleyes:
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    (Original post by wtid)
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    damn! :redface: I do know it's habe ich :shifty:.
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    (Original post by Meela)
    He only "berlinert" (awww, looks weird) a little bit^^

    Then there are Anke Engelke (Ladykracher is great), the bunch of Switch reloaded (you must know German TV, though), Harald Schmidt, Oliver Pocher...

    Just whatever you do: Don't watch Atze Schröder or Ralf Schmitz:rolleyes:
    I remember my ex (who is also German) showing me some clips from a comedian who dressed as an old woman and beat her dead husband or something. Either the character or the comedian was called Luise K....something. Do you know who I mean?
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    (Original post by wtid)
    I remember my ex (who is also German) showing me some clips from a comedian who dressed as an old woman and beat her dead husband or something. Either the character or the comedian was called Luise K....something. Do you know who I mean?
    Yes, I know him and he's not funny at all.
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    I'm giving a short talk on Subjunctive 1 tomorrow, where do I start?
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    (Original post by Languagesfreak)
    I'm giving a short talk on Subjunctive 1 tomorrow, where do I start?
    Read from left to right. :p:

    Konjunktiv 1 is used in reported speech. Perhaps take in a newspaper clipping and underline all the oddities like "er habe", and then explain them away with examples like "Sie ist tot!" --> "Er sagte, sie sei tot". Maybe show people quickly how to conjugate it here. Then explain how it clearly distinguishes between fact and allegation even if there isn't an "er sagte"-type marker in there and how we have to use all sorts of words like "apparently". More examples.
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    Hey Jeder!!
    Wie lange war meine letste Post hier? Am wahrscheinlichsten ein Paar Monaten, oder?
    Eeeeek!! Ich kann uberhaupt nicht glauben, dass ich so lange nicht hier geschrieben habe!! Es tut mir wirklich leid, dass ich ein ungebundenes Mitglied bin!!! >_<
    Also, jedenfalls! Ich vermisse euch wirklich so viel!! :hugs:
    Wie geht's euch? ^__^

    Heutzutage bin ich sehr stressig, naemlich ueber meine deutsche Muendlichepruefung (Ich weiss nicht, was ich in der Pruefung sprechen soll!).

    Ich habe soooo viel Angst von aller meiner Pruefungen. Obwohl es fast die Ende der Schuljahr ist, denke ich, dass ich fast keine Fortschritte in Deutsch gemacht habe. o__O. Ich frage mich warum!! Ich versuche meistens meine Beste aber ich koennte leider keine ueberzeugende Beweise finden, dass mein Deutsch verbessert hat!!

    Eigentlich, bin ich ein bisschen davon ueberzeugt, dass meine deutsche Grammatik jeden Tag verschwindet! Hehe...^^;;;

    Also, wie normalerweise, wenn ich Fehler gemacht habe, bitte korrigieren sie mich!!!
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    (Original post by generalebriety)
    Read from left to right. :p:

    Konjunktiv 1 is used in reported speech. Perhaps take in a newspaper clipping and underline all the oddities like "er habe", and then explain them away with examples like "Sie ist tot!" --> "Er sagte, sie sei tot". Maybe show people quickly how to conjugate it here. Then explain how it clearly distinguishes between fact and allegation even if there isn't an "er sagte"-type marker in there and how we have to use all sorts of words like "apparently". More examples.
    I think I'll explain its uses first, then go on and show them how to conjugate it in the present tense (quite easy). Afterwards I'll give them a newspaper article and ask them to underline all the subjunctives. Then maybe tell them how to conjugate it in the two other tenses? And yeah, I'll explain how the subjunctive is used to distance yourself from what somebody said.
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    Hallo Nimbus :hugs:.

    Ich habe auch Angst über meine mündliche Prüfung. Meine Prüfung ist am 21. (AS) und 23. (A2) April, also ist es eigentlich zu nähe. Ich habe nicht sogar ein Titel für meine Kursarbeit und muss ich über das sprechen. Wie kann ich über etwas, die ich nicht habe, sprechen?
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    (Original post by SpiritedAway)
    Hallo Nimbus :hugs:.

    Ich habe auch Angst über meine mündliche Prüfung. Meine Prüfung ist am 21. (AS) und 23. (A2) April, also ist es eigentlich zu nähe. Ich habe nicht sogar ein Titel für meine Kursarbeit und muss ich über das sprechen. Wie kann ich über etwas, die ich nicht habe, sprechen?
    Hallo SpiritedAway!

    Ah eeeeek! Einverstanden, das is zwar zu naehe, du armer Tor!!
    Darf ich fragen - warum musst du deine AS Muendlichepruefung noch einmal machen?
    Ouu! Isr Kursarbeit schwierig? Fuer mein Jahr, brauchen wir nicht Kursarbeit zu machen, also bin ich gluecklich!! Hmmm, wenn ich das richtig verstehe, kann man fast irgendetwas dafuer machen, oder? Hmm, wie waere es mit ..."Ferien"? Naja, macht es deutlich, dass ich auch keine Ahnung habe! Tur mir leid! >__<
    Ja, ich meine auch! Mein Deutschlehrer emfiehlt uns ueber Gesundheit in userer Muendlichepruefungen sprechen..lol. Das ist so....nicht hilfbereit, weil ich ganz sicher bin, dass Gesundheit ein Titel in GCSE ist, oder? :p:

    Aber dennoch, viel glueck damit!! Ganbatte! =D
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    Ich bin müde =(
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    Ja, ich auch!
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    Staying up all night doing essays is not good for you!
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    (Original post by Kim08)
    Staying up all night doing essays is not good for you!
    Exactly. I finished my Austrian one at half 10 last night.

    Good luck with your exams Spirited Away
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    lol theres a vanish oxy action advert at the bottom of my screen lol
 
 
 
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