You're welcome! German is a very difficult language and hard to learn. I also have problems with it sometimes. No one will blame you if your's isn't perfect. Well, "sorry" is already a German word to me. I always use it, except when I'm talking to elderly people. My classmates always laugh, though, when I start a sentences with "sorry" and then continue in German. Colloqual language changes a lot here. The youth mixes English and German a lot. Like "cool" and "sorry". There used to be a time when "fresh" was also used, before "cool" replaced it. But if your father still uses words like "dufte", "knorke" or "tÃ¶fte", tell him that it isn't used anymore. The cool thing about German is that it's often so close to English. Even if you might not understand the spoken German, the written word might help a lot. It's all about pronounciation, sometimes. And don't worry about the Chiss. She looks wonderful! You don't have to change anything about her if you don't want to.