Discussion in 'Big Brother 5' started by MsLanna, Jun 17, 2009.
It's VERY difficult.
Wie heiÃŸt du wirklich?
'Mein Zimmer. 'e' at the end usually happens to things that are of female grammatical gender...
Also, in German you have to capitalise all nouns.
Ich bin auf der Arbeit. (I am at work)
I only try to teach myself Mando; much easier because it doesn't exist and you more or less make your won rules...
Wie geht es die?
Do you mean you're bad at something, or you feel sick, Georgia?
Hall ihr zwei.
Was macht ihr so?
(What are you doing?)
What? Wie Geht's doesn't mean: "how are you?" That's what I was taught.
How do you saw: "WE are so screwed.." in German?
I was referring to the post above that.
You're correct about 'Wie geht's'
I am bad at cussing in German.
If you mean 'we're done for' (?) I'd go with 'Wir sind geliefert'
We're done for is fine...
I'll request learning something that hasn't been covered in this thread so far.
Okay, how about: Hier ist es langweilig. (It's boring here)
Niemand ist je da. (Nobody is ever online)
Guten Tag, path-seeker.
Was mÃ¶chtest du gerne lernen? (What would you like to learn)
How would I say, "I don't speak much German?"
or "it is very hot outside"?
Ich spreche nicht viel Deutsch (I don't speak much German)
Ich spreche nicht gut Deutsch. (I don't speak German well)
Ist es heiÃŸ drauÃŸen? (Is it hot ouside) Ja, sehr Ã¼ber dreiÃŸig Grad. (Yes, very, over 30 degree Celsius)
What is that capital B looking letter called? Sorry, I have very little knowledge of this language.
That's an 'esszett' you can also write a double 's' if you don'thave the letter. 'heiss' -> hot
It stands for a sharp 's' souns as in 'class' and was a combination of the letters 's' (ess) and 'z' (zett). Thus the name...