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comment Why “Ich habe Hunger” and not “Ich bin Hunger”?
@c.p. I know this is old, but it's probably because both German and English are Germanic languages. Therefore it's more natural for them to be similar to each other than for German to be like Spanish or Italian. Still, exceptions exist and languages can influence each other regardless of their family of origin.
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comment What is the German equivalent for these speech fillers from English: “umm…” and “like”?
+1 I like the "tag" you wrote on the side! If you could slowly add more as you remember them, it'd be fantastic. :D