Amount of texts to »German« 99, and there are 88 texts (88.89%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 107 Characters
Average Rating 0.030 points, 37 Not rated texts
First text on Feb 17th 2001, 18:02:40 wrote
Gronkor about German
Latest text on Jan 24th 2010, 16:53:09 wrote
the addressed Lord about German
Some texts that have not been rated at all
(overall: 37)

on Jul 16th 2002, 01:05:05 wrote
ratma about German

on Dec 2nd 2003, 16:46:51 wrote
Emma Example about German

on Jun 23rd 2008, 18:38:30 wrote
Arc about German

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Texts to »German«

Martin wrote on Jun 29th 2001, 03:36:11 about


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Do you know the german alphabet? There are thirty letters:

a (ń) b c d e f g h i j k l m n o (÷) p q r s (▀) t u (Ř) v w x y z

is a special german letter. It looks like a »B«
but actually it's an old combination of »s« and »s« or »s« and »z«. So it's called »ess-tset« (»ess« is the german name of »s« and »tset« the name of the letter »z«). (It's similiar to »w«, which is also an old combination of two letters: »double u« or »double v«!)

is pronounced like english »s« (in »mouse«) or »c« (in the word »ice«), e.g. gro▀ (»big, great«) = »groce«, bei▀en (»to bite«) = »bicen«. (German s is pronounced normally like english »z«, and german z like »ts«.)

When a short vowel is followed by a consonant in German you use »double consonants« (bb, ff, ll, mm, etc.) Instead of kk you use ck, instead of zz you use tz, and instead of ▀▀ you use ss.
So »gro▀« is pronounced with a long »o«, but »Boss« (»boss«) is pronounced with a short »o«.

Greg wrote on Aug 12th 2003, 03:48:26 about


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Germany produces fine automobiles, guns, cameras, wine, and of course beer (and many other wonderful products, I'm sure).

Uh huh wrote on Nov 1st 2001, 05:49:48 about


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Too bad I never learned German language. I did take three years of French in high school though. Someday maybe I'll learn German. And Spanish. And maybe even Japanese. Then I will know what they are saying in the anime cartoons. Maybe I should rent the anime videos with subtitles. But I like the accent too well.

Prolet wrote on Feb 20th 2006, 15:42:32 about


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I do hope that my english isn't so bad, but i wrote an A in the last test! And according to an Website of some-english-speaking-institute i achieved the Advanced Learner's level.
By the way, i'm German and i don't wear leather-pants (Lederhosen) (hope this word exists in english)

john wrote on Aug 9th 2002, 03:50:46 about


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I know a little german and he's sitting over there.

Emma Example wrote on Jul 18th 2002, 11:44:14 about


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German is my preferate Language (Ioana, 3 years old)

Some random keywords

Created on Jan 5th 2005, 23:58:38 by hortense, contains 5 texts

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Created on Aug 17th 2000, 02:30:59 by Abdul, contains 17 texts

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Created on Apr 8th 2000, 04:27:45 by Steve Morr, contains 40 texts

Some random keywords in the german Blaster

Created on Feb 18th 2000, 00:02:12 by alki, contains 70 texts

Created on Oct 26th 2001, 04:27:24 by denIRO, contains 20 texts

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