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Apr
6
comment Is “Mir ist kalt” correct? Did I hear it correctly?
The question has survived for 3 years and received 8 up-votes, 2 of them today, so I'd say the community has already judged this and agrees with Takkat.
Apr
6
comment Is “Mir ist kalt” correct? Did I hear it correctly?
This non-answer would have been an OK comment that might have added value to another answer.
Aug
5
comment “schmecken lassen”: Tuck in?
Interesting that while trying to learn German I learned a piece of Br. Eng. Thanks, Peter. I was thinking of the Am. Eng. Bedtime "tuck in" or "tuck in your shirt".
Aug
2
comment “Frühstück” or “Morgenessen”
@chirlu, Thanks for the edits.
Jun
21
comment Difference between “Jaegermeister” and “Waidmann”
I'm definately not "very advanced". I can say "Es tut mir leid, mein Deutsch is nicht so gut." with the best of them though. :-)
Jun
21
comment Difference between “Jaegermeister” and “Waidmann”
Thanks for the additional note of "Jäger"
Jun
18
comment Meaning of the “Schnee von gestern” as an idiom
Thank you for the confirmation.
Jun
12
comment Gibt es andere Sätze wie “Wenn Fliegen hinter Fliegen fliegen, fliegen Fliegen Fliegen hinterher”?
I was going to reference the same thing. I'll have to study that German expression later! :-) Mien Deutsch ist nicht so gut. :-(
Jun
7
comment Is “Mir ist kalt” correct? Did I hear it correctly?
No, completely different. The one from @tohuwawohu that you edited explains it better.
Jun
7
comment Is “Mir ist kalt” correct? Did I hear it correctly?
I thought I had replied to this comment earlier. Guess i never clicked the button. The other answer that says the same thing was posted about the same time as mine, so I didn't see it until later. I accepted it anyway, because it was more thorough than mine.
Jun
6
comment Is “Mir ist kalt” correct? Did I hear it correctly?
Okay, so I heard it pretty close to the way it is written, but why is it "Mir ist" instead of "Ich bin"? Is there a rule here I can apply to other similar phrases?