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comment Adapting a Quote in Old English Style
Thanks for your answer and notes on old style German. I'm just beginning to learn this language and these fine answers are teaching me a lot!
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Thanks for your answer! Interesting idea, I see I have a bunch of choices now…
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Even though it seems to change the meaning a bit (or maybe I just didn't get it right) this presents no problem, and I really like your second sentence. While I up voted, I wish selecting more than one answer as correct was possible. Out of virtual life, I didn't yet decide which version to use! :-)
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@RoToRa Ah, of course. Sorry, I'm just beginning to learn. Thanks for the tip on using werden, I'll consider using it.
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@Em1 Thanks for your help. I liked Takkat's answer and others as well; if you have the time and want to, please let us know of some improvements as you suggested.
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@Ahmad Thank you, I think I'll stick with it. I updated the question.
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@Em1 Thanks for your help. Regarding Du, well I was trying to match the original but yes, it might be too informal. Thanks for the rhyme tips and please consider placing an answer with this information. I've updated the question with the latest ideas.
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