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Jul
9
comment What is the punctuation rule in this German sentence?
Ah....@user unknown: I don't understand Deutsch. Not fluent.
Jul
8
comment What is the punctuation rule in this German sentence?
There is usually a thin space between the word and the quotation mark. ←what does this "thin space" mean then? It's in the link provided by chirlu
Jul
8
comment What is the punctuation rule in this German sentence?
Should there a space between the quotation mark and either side of the word?
Jul
8
comment What is the punctuation rule in this German sentence?
I've got the Galaxy S3 stock keyboard on 4.1.1. Never heard of Unicode....
Jul
6
comment What is the Deutsch equivalent of the English phrase “F@#k me”?
How come some answers were deleted? I read here yesterday someone wrote "meine fresse" or something?
Jul
6
comment What is the Deutsch equivalent of the English phrase “F@#k me”?
@hroptatyr: Hmm...calling myself an idiot is what I'm was looking for but more like I got screwed by something and I helped get myself screwed.
Jul
6
comment What is the Deutsch equivalent of the English phrase “F@#k me”?
@ Eugene: What do mean by "this phrase are implied but not spoken"? Which two words aren't spoken? Lost. :-(
Apr
25
comment What is the German equivalent for these speech fillers from English: “umm…” and “like”?
Do you happen to have a pronunciation source?
Apr
25
comment What is the German equivalent for these speech fillers from English: “umm…” and “like”?
Why is there 2 "volls" in the example? Also, if one wants to use voll is it always "voll so" or "so voll"--any correct order? So, like means "so" AND "voll so" = same thing, right?
Apr
25
comment What is the German equivalent for these speech fillers from English: “umm…” and “like”?
Is the "so" based on the English word?
Apr
25
comment What is the German equivalent for these speech fillers from English: “umm…” and “like”?
@Em1 The first 3 fillers are based on the English word, yes? Are they pronounced the same? Also, why does the last one have brackets? Yep, I'm a beginner in Deutsch.
Apr
25
comment What is the German equivalent for these speech fillers from English: “umm…” and “like”?
Yes, it mostly used by tweens/teens who have a deficient vocabulary or are just too lazy to think of the appropriate word. Canada, too. I'm not sure about other English-speaking places.