Amount of texts to »German« 103, and there are 91 texts (88.35%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 139 Characters
Average Rating 0.126 points, 30 Not rated texts
First text on Feb 17th 2001, 18:02:40 wrote
Gronkor about German
Latest text on Feb 1st 2019, 02:38:07 wrote
Cindy about German
Some texts that have not been rated at all
(overall: 30)

on Jul 11th 2002, 09:23:51 wrote
Emma Example about German

on Sep 23rd 2002, 12:20:53 wrote
Emma Example about German

on Dec 31st 2005, 14:46:09 wrote
joe 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 (ä) b c d e f g h i j k l m n o (ö) p q r s (ß) t u (ü) v w x y z

ß 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«!)

ß is pronounced like english »s« (in »mouse«) or »c« (in the word »ice«), e.g. groß (»big, great«) = »groce«, beißen (»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 ßß you use ss.
So »groß« 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.

Daniel Arnold wrote on Jun 15th 2001, 02:05:32 about


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If you are interested in this language, let me tell you that what is called RoundRobin on this page on the German page is called Fortsetzungsgeschichte.
But if you are more interested in English click on »RoundRobin« and find a continuing story.

Julius wrote on Feb 8th 2002, 06:14:55 about


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German chocolate cake is the best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

rimmer wrote on Apr 23rd 2001, 04:08:35 about


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Stefan was telling a story, but we weren't really listening. »... and then a wolf came down from the mountains and ate a German.« »Whatwe said, »ate a human?« »Not humanhe sighed. »GERMAN

Some random keywords

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