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Wortgebrauch - Questions on usages in German language.

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I learned the phrase "Es lohnt sich nicht" today from my Michel Thomas German course. From the "German Builder" CD 1 for those interested. The phrase means " it's not worth it" I want to know if I c …
asked Mar 18 '15 by Autumn
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This first sentence is for context and precedes the main sentence, the main sentence is the one that confuses me. Die Generalität ist ein Geschmeiß des deutschen Volkes! Sie ist ohne Ehre! Wha …
asked Feb 27 '15 by Autumn
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I'm quoting the movie "Der Untergang" for this particular sentence. "Je später der Abend, desto lieber die Gäste." I found a site here that tells me "lieber" is the comparative of "gern(e)." Which I …
asked Mar 26 '15 by Autumn
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I was curious if these sentences meant the same thing and if they were both valid. The first sentence I made myself, the second is what I heard. Does the meaning change with the different placement o …
asked Mar 18 '15 by Autumn
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I don't like phrase books for their original purpose. I prefer to use them to find out different ways to to say the same thing and learn the differences. This brings us to these three... 1 ."Ich …
asked Mar 28 '15 by Autumn