What language are you learning?>Share language learning experiences!>Ask questions about your target language!>Help people who want to learn a new language!>Participate in translation challenges or make your own!>Make frens!Read this shit some damn time:http://4chanint.wikia.com/wiki/The_Official_/int/_How_to_Learn_A_Foreign_Language_Guide_WikiTotally not a virus, but rather, lots of free books on languages!:https://mega.nz/#F!x4VG3DRL!lqecF4q2ywojGLE0O8cu4AFAQ U:>How do I learn a language? What is the best way to learn one? How should I improve on certain aspects?Read the damn wiki>Will I learn a language by using Duolingo?Use it as a supplement>Should I learn X to get a qt wife?Fix your personality>Should I learn lang Y so I can learn lang X?Yes>What is the most useful language?English>What language should I learnFrench
>>99966947should i learn A in order to learn b?
>>99967120Only if A is French and B is Arabic.
Does anyone have any material to learn papiamento?>>99967120No
Another Translation challenge - Small talk / Texting Edition>I've never done this before, no bully :(>Depending on your language maybe try to use more colloquial/casual language.>ezpzHi! It's nice to meet you.Lovely weather we're having!How have you been?What part of England are you from?On weekend I like to go bowling, fishing and ice-skating.I'm doing nothing at the moment.What time did you wake up this morning?>thiccer sentencesIt rained earlier so I think I'm gonna stay in today.Did you hear about that story in the news yesterday?I'm going to go now, so I will talk to you tomorrow!Are you still going to go to that restaurant tomorrow, the one you mentioned earlier?Now that you've said that, I don't think I want to go anymore.> no one texts anything more complicated than this <:-) ..i mean i can't really think of anything else desu
>>99967168>>99967237oh okay, i was thinking of maybe learning english in order to learn german? I've heard English is quite difficult though so maybe i'll just go straight for german
Learning plattdeutsch to learn sumpfdeutsch ("Dutch") would seem logical.Same with Swiss German and Hebrew.
>What language do I learn edition?Learn one of these:https://4chanint.wikia.com/wiki/Category:I_get_people_are_gay_for_steven_tyler_i_justin_is_straight_i_don%27t_care_listening_skills_or_not_shut_up_perverts_on_justins
>>99967611what do you mean? isn't English your native languageif you're memeing I swear to god
>>99968867he's memeing you tard.
>>99968867nah m8 I wrote this using google translate :^)
How do I find out what kind of Spanish accent I have when I try to speak it? I get the feeling it is probably Mexican since that's what my teachers were and what I hear the most but I don't know.
if you have an accent you can't exceed B2
>>99969297post a clip of you on vocaroo over at /spic/ and ask them. Odds are mexican accent if that is what your teacher has.
If you subvocalize you can't exceed C2
from old thread[Queen's English tier]>Obviously you have chosen to keep the particulars of your dismissal from me. I shall leave a gap in the conversation for you to remedy that.Offensichtlich du hast entschieden die einzielheiten von deiner entlastung weg von mir zu halten. Ich sollte eine luecke im gespraech lassen fuer dich zu beheben>I do not know of women and their feelings, but I know they nurse their hurts like wailing newborns.Ich weiss nicht von frauen und ihren Gefuehlen, aber ich weiss dass sie ihre schmerzen heilen wie die Neugeborenen>If you forget to load the pellet, the gun fires, makes a sound, but releases no shot; it is a great jape, do you agree?Wenn du vergessen hast die munition anzulegen, die waffe schiess, macht ein gerausch , aber gibt keinen schuss ab, es ist ein gross jape (I don’t know jape is in English ), sind Sie einverstanden?[Фёдop Mихaйлoвич Дocтoeвcкий tier]>Even if we suppose that all these calculations are entirely sound, that all the decisions taken during this past month are as clear as day. Even then I will not dare! In the end I'll crack!Selbst wenn wir uns vorstellen dass alle die rechnungen ganz vernuenftig sind, alle die entscheidungen die in diesem letzen monat gemacht wurden, sind so deutlich als der Tag, selbst dann werde ich nicht wagen! Am ende werde ich knacken.>He got to his feet, looked about in surprise, as if his coming here were also a cause for wonder, and made off towards T—BridgeEr hat seine fuesse, er guckte herum vor ueberaschung, als ob seine ankunft hier waere auch eine ursache die man bewundert und er geht die bruecke an.>He was pale, his eyes were burning, and every limb ached with exhaustion, but suddenly he seemed to be breathing more freelyEr war blass, seine augen brennen, und alle seine glieder taten weh vor erschoepfung, aber ploetzlich sein Atem sheinte lockerer.
>>99970141Another from old thread [Maarten van Rossem tier]This makes the car a relatively expensive and less efficient means of transportPer capita, even Israel spends three times more on research and developmentThere is one aspect which makes The Netherlands absolutely unique: the Dutch own 19 million functioning bikes in total, that is to say 1.1 bikes per resident.Das macht das Auto eher teurer und mit weniger effizienten mitteln zu transportieren per capita, selbst Israel gibt dreimal mehr aus an forschung und entwicklung. Es gibt einen Aspekt dessen macht holland ganz einzigartig: Die holander besitzen in gesamt 19 millionen fahrende fahrraede, das heist 1,1 fahraeder pro einwohner.[Фёдop Mихaйлoвич Дocтoeвcкий tier]>As if an abscess that had been developing all month on his heart had suddenly burst Als ob ein abszess auf seienem herz der hat den ganzen monat entwickelt ist ploetzlich geplatzt worden>He was free from this spell, from sorcery and charms, from evil delusionEr ist endlisch frei von dem zauber, von der hexerei und charm, von boesen taeuschungen>Subsequently, when he recalled this time and all that had happened to him during these days, minute by minute, point by point, mark by mark, he was always struck to a superstitious degree by a certain circumstance which,though in fact not all that extraordinary, had, he later felt, somehow predetermined his fateAnschliessen er errinert sich an diese zeit und alle was ihm passiert ist waehrend dieser tagen, minute nach minute, punkt nach punkt, zeichen nach zeichen, er war immer beeindruckt auf einer abergläubischen ebene, durch einen bestimmten umstand dessen obwohl tatsaechlich nicht so außergewöhnlich war, hatte er spaeter empfindet, irgendwie das hat sein schicksall bestimmt.please correct and kek if u will
are there any good digital Finnish dictionaries
>>99969298American accents are kawaii
Is it a bad idea to start learning another language alongside studying Japanese? I've been learning jap for about a year and am considering picking up Finnish or Russian as well. I think that these languages are dissimilar enough that there's low chance of getting the different language rules mixed up in my head or whatever, but I'm a little wary of taking on two of the more difficult languages for English speakers at the same time.
>>99970548check out lucas video on youtube from channel polyglot dream, on his advice on learning two at the same time
>>99967511Okay am beginner and I've never done one of these before in German so I'm sure these are all wrong. no bully bitteHallo! Es freut mich, dich kennenzulernen. Das Wetter ist wunderschön.Wie geht es dir?Aus welchem Teil Englands kommst du?Am Wochenende gehe ich gerne Bowling, Anglen und Eis(skating?)Ich mache zur Zeits nichts.Um wie viel Uhr hast du im Morgen aufgewacht?Es hat früher geregnet, deshalb werde ich zu Haus bleiben.Hast du gestern über die Story in der Zeitung gehören?Ich gehe jetzt, ich werde morgen mit dir reden.Gehen Sie immer noch zum Restaurant, das du früher hast gesagt?Nachdem du hast das gesprochen, ich möchte nicht mehr gehen.
>>99966947I've been learning danish for a few years, kinda dropped it lately, I guess I got into a stance where I can't get any better without living in Denmark.
>>99971503>learning peninsular german dialect instead of real germanwhen will brainlets ever learn
How does one learn a ““meme”” language that has little resources?
>>99966947>What language are you learning?Just started Hungarian.
>>99971749>buy a dictionary online>start reading
>>99969297Spanish is pretty much the only language I know well that I don't speak with a particular accent.
>>99971623Yeah, that's true, I was bored and was checking out duolingo, I don't remember exactly why I picked danish desu, but it was not difficult at all, and I learned some basic danish for real, I went on 2017 to Denmark and I could understand almost everything and also could communicate with danish people.
>>99971886Any plans for Norway or Swedistan?
>>99971773just started papiamento so I can have ladies like pic related
>>99972035not at all, maybe another meme language like Euskal
>>99971812Except that there is no dictionary hahaTheres only like seven people left who speak it.I have the grammar book though. It may be a little outdated, as it was written in the late 70s/early 80s
>>99967511Hallo! Ich freue mich, dich kennen zu lernen.Schönes Wetter heute!Wie geht es?Aus welchem Teil Englands kommst du?Am Wochenende gehe ich gerne Bowling (?), Angeln und Schlittschuhlaufen.Jetzt tue ich nichts.Wann bist du heute Morgen aufgewacht?Es hat früher geregnet, also denke ich, dass ich heute zu Hause bleiben werde.Hast du von der Geschicht, die gestern in den Nachrichten war, gehören?Jetzt gehe ich, also werde ich mit morgen dir reden.Gehst du morgen noch in das Restaurant, das du zuvor erwähnt hast?Naja, ich möchte nicht mehr gehen. (No idea how to say the first part of the sentence)
>>99972421morgen mit dir*
>>99972136what language is it?
>page 8Sweden must be sleeping for a change
>>99966947Jo etoy aprendiendo caribeño, lo mejol dialecto d'epañol. Aunque, creo que debería ser un idioma diferente, como 'lo dialecto' d'italia
>>99971886Wow u must be really smart from becoming almost fluent just on duolingo
>>99972421This serb's german is probably the best ive seen on 4 chan , very nice
>>99966947I have some questions about learning new words.About English: I've been learning English almost since elementary school, I seldom see a new word in the news or in something else that is for the commoner, however when I try to read any sophisticated works of fiction I see a lot of words which seem to be hapaxes. It feels like for any English adjective there are at least ten synonyms of French or Latin origin. How does one acquire knowledge of them, if you barely encounter them a couple of times in your whole life? Do you just brute force it in Anki, hoping that it will enter not only your passive vocabulary but active too? How does a native speaker do it?About French: how does one remember the gender of a new word? There are no relations to gender of the word in your language and the shape of the word rarely tell which gender it has. Do you bruteforce it in Anki too?
>>99977120hi, anon. what language are you studying?
>>99977175obviously chinese, what else?
>>99966947absolutely not for making friends here
>>99977208>chinesewhat's the appeal though? why no french, german, russian, etc?
I love realizing that I can listen to French radio and understand 80-90% of what they're saying now
>>99977324>germanthey speak english anyway. Complete waste of time>frenchtoo easy, and I don't want to talk to a bunch of arabs and africans>russianmost of russia will be speaking chinese in 50 years anyway
>>99977491you sound like a great guy to be around at parties>>99977472nice, im learning french too, how did you do it?
good night thread and sweet dreams to all of you
What are some good TV shows I can watch in French that'll help with natural language acquisition? Something relatively easy to comprehend without English subtitles, but not completely boring either
>>99977491>I don't want to talk to a bunch of arabs and africansMost media in French is from France AFAIK. The overwhelming majority of literature in French is from France as well. Françafricains are numerous but don't have as much of a mark on French internet or media, from what I've seen.>>99977644I started studying in 7th grade but started getting more into it in high school. I read about grammar and the different tense-aspect-mood combinations bit by bit over time, then I started reading books and short stories in French to get a feel for the style and syntax of the language. I eventually worked my way up to watching French videos with subtitles, then without subtitles.
>>99977884For news and some general culture I watch France24's stream on YouTube. I wouldn't know many French TV shows though.
>>99977950That looks like a pretty good one, just subscribed
>>99977491>Complete waste of timeabsolutely. learning anything other than English is lol>>99977722Goodnight, Sweden ;p
listening comprehension is a struggle
How does one read (and type) Unicode characters from obscure meme languages like Avestan and Chakma?
>>99977884At least in Canada, all movies come with a french dub/sub option on movies. What I do is put it in french dub with french subtitles and it's pretty GOAT for language acquisition. Just dub can be hard to follow
>>99980561I think some meme languages are covered, like Gothic.
>>99967511>ezpzSalut ! Enchanté.Il fait si beau aujourd'hui !Comment vas-tu ?Tu viens d'où en Angleterre ?En week-end j'aime aller jouer au bowling, pêcher et faire du patin à glace.Je ne fais rien en ce moment.À quelle heure tu t'es réveillé(e) aujourd'hui ?>thiccer sentencesIl a plu plus tôt donc je crois que je vais rester dedans aujourd'hui.T'es au courant sur cette nouvelle-là qui était dans le journal hier ?Je vais y aller, alors je te parle demain !Tu vais toujours à ce restaurant-là demain, celui que tu m'avais parlé plus tôt ?Maintenant que tu dis ça, je pense que je ne veux plus y aller.
What will we speak on Mars? Esperanto 2: Ayy Lmao Edition ?
Ich langweile mich, was ist zu machen?
>>99981872hang out with us and listen to music
>>99982180anything to keep the thread going https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cvZB5cNvQlk
gib Norwegian helphttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XBzRlwby9g> Det her er kanskje ulovlig, det er slutta der.> Ja, men ... det ???? plutselig så, foles det veldig som et innbrudd.> Innbrudd? Du har jo nokkel. Du skal jo låse deg innbrudd ?????
>>99966947Can't push myself to start learning a third language, wat doInb4 had German classes in school/started learning moon runes and gave up
>>99982452Disney ist für Juden
I managed to pass Goethe A2 Prüfung using only Duolingo
>>99967511>ezpzこんにちは、初めまして。いい天気です元気ですか?何部のイングランド から来たのか。今なにもしない。何時起こしたのか。>thiccer sentences今出るね。そうして、明日話すの。これを言ったので、行きたくないと思うよ。
>>99982599>he didn't listen to Let It Go in every language to decide which language to learnlmao look at this dude
>>99983090Why not come to Pawnee, Oklahoma? You can see the world’s largest Dick Tracy mural while you absorb the culture of the Pawnee people.
>>99977472Bien joué >>99977644>>99978014You can also watch ARTE.You have to download their app if there is a region lock just download a VPN their documentary are in French and there are subtitles, their most recent documentary is on XI Jinping. They also have a well made news network. On geek culture : https://www.youtube.com/user/bitsartemagazine/videosFrench movies : I know mostly old stuff, recent French movies don't seem very good. Belmondo's movies are usually good action movies, I would recommend Le profesionnel and Le magnifique to start : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OA67o29fnGk (A spy get sold by his government and decide to comeback to get his revenge)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cly4X01y3Yk (A loser writes Erotic action novel for girls but he is so tired of how cheesy it is and decides to ruin it)Louis de Funès is considered comedy pic in France but he can be very bad I only recommend Rabbit Jacob and Oscar : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLwHaK86DsM (/pol/ has to pretend he is jewish or else he get killed, mostly funny cause you can't do many of these jokes nowadays)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVMwIawdN9E (Quiproquo the movie, usually it's such a tired cliché but this movie does it so well that it works)Stand up comedy : Coluche : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gus0b8Z-Ez8 A classic for French1/Youtube channels : AVGN but in French and more funny : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_yP2DpIgs5Y1uWC0T03ChwShort animation clips of historical massacres : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLbgxBMMEo6mAYe87esxGmgMakes fun of boomer marketing : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAiy7bY8nTQCWrkSRh6Wu9wMakes fun of SJWS : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_i-uMpN1lEyuoUGDq-dajQ/videosFunny sketchs : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL76oDTZ7imia7B0GGeosHtIz_vpQZxby7>>99981557T'es au courant de*Tu vas* celui dont tu m'avais parléé plus tôt*Tu es très bon en Français, bravo.
>>99983233These are actually really good links, exactly what I wanted. Thanks!
>>99981872>was ist zu machen?Lern vielleicht mal vernünftiges Deutsch.
>>99983233>>99983301TV series : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b05Scfhi0dU&t=1sKaamelott with Palmashow is the most funny thing on tv these recent years, the subtitles are absolute garbage. French literature : Would need it's own thread. Can still provide stuff if you need.Recent good French movie : Jean dujardin's movies are usually good : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2S9Z901FL0k (''dude capitalism'' the message of the movie is old and edgy but it's very well made and full of good ideas)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dw0tlOdn5Mc (Same actor, makes fun of the James bond and French smugness archetype)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AELNPQcR6lE (Typical copVSmafia movie, forgettable but well made)Old French musique : Aznavour, nicknamed the French sinatra, good lyrics and good voice : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWLc0J52b2Ihttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yILg7NTUfCQStromae catchy, okay lyrics : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oiKj0Z_XnjcBrassens, largely inaccessible to non French speakers because he is more a comic-poet than a singer, the best of French writting but hard to understand even for a French, mostly talks about sex, his most famous song is about a guy getting fucked by a gorilla : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2W6HM0CCiRshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwQDzStVFOMBrel, more musical, good lyrics : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2U06PicY2C4Johnny Hallyday, did someone say boomer music ?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_4TDfNaMe4French techno : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x537Cqg5nEIN'to is very good but no lyrics Renaud, far left singer very engaged lyrics but has some good words and catchy music (for French songs) : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mm7nGX193bohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YqzuE-5RE8There are more things in recent music but I don't really listen to it and now it's lots of nigger stuff, still some okayish stuff left tho.
>>99984271help me sempai>>99982497
>>99982562I'm also an En/Ru speaker and I'm learning Spanish right now. Not terribly difficult and plenty useful
is this German right?Was ist das beste Gebäude in Deutschland?
>>99984832Made breakfast so I was busy, but here it is>>99982497>Det kanskje egentlig e ulovlig dette her, ser du det?>Ja, men du vet jo det, plutselig så... plutselig bara veldig som et innbrudd>Innbrudd? Du har jo nökkel. Du ska jo låse, du gjör ikke innbrudd, det er klartTricky slurring in this one from Sigurd desu
>>99986471what did you eat for breakfast? was it traditional Swedish food?
>>99986645Nah, just cup noodles today 2bhDidn't have the ingredients nor energy to make anything more interesting. Should probably go grocery shopping later to restock my pantry tho.
>>99986717I ate KFC today, fried chicken and coleslaw, later I will eat mashed potatoes and gravysometimes I pretend I am a Norwegian and eat traditional Norwegian foods like scrambled eggs and organic yogurt
>>99986806>traditional Norwegian foods like scrambled eggs and organic yogurt
>>99986373irgendwelche shisha-bar in berlin
>>99987012That's just regular breakfast here in Scandinavia. Wouldn't call it "traditional" though. By those means we could call Scandi tacos traditional too. :^)
> Your Flaws Are Probably More Attractive Than You Think They Ares part of a special exhibit, museum-goers were invited to write down their secrets on small pieces of vellum paper and hang the entries on a wall for everyone to see. On one side, people posted their anxieties; on the other side, their hopes. Thousands of visitors contributed lines like:“I’m anxious because I’m afraid I’ll die alone,”“I’m anxious because I might miss my chance to become a mom,”“I’m hopeful because life is beautiful and I will feel happy soon.”But psychological research suggests that such fear can be overblown in people’s minds. Often, there’s a mismatch between how people perceive their vulnerabilities and how others interpret them. We tend to think showing vulnerability makes us seem weak, inadequate, and flawed—a mess. But when others see our vulnerability, they might perceive something quite different, something alluring. A recent set of studies calls this phenomenon “the beautiful mess effect.” It suggests that everyone should be less afraid of opening up—at least in certain cases. In their studies, the team asked participants to imagine themselves in a variety of vulnerable situations—such as confessing romantic feelings to your best friend, being the first to apologize to your romantic partner after a big fight, and admitting that you made a serious mistake to your team at work. When people imagined themselves in those situations, they tended to believe that showing vulnerability would make them appear weak and inadequate. But when people imagined someone else in those situations, they were more likely to describe showing vulnerability as “desirable” and “good.”“We love seeing raw truth and openness in other people,” Brown writes in her book Daring Greatly, “but we’re afraid to let them see it in us.”
>>99989136In another study, Bruk and her team invited students into the lab and broke them into two groups. Those in one group were asked (vulnerability alert!) to sing an improvised song in front of a jury, while those in the other were asked to serve as members of that jury. It was a bluff; in the end, no one sang or judged. But before the participants realized that they were being had, they answered some questions about vulnerability. Those in the singing group saw their anticipated vulnerability more negatively, endorsing statements such as “When I show my vulnerability, other people find it repellant” and “I should avoid showing my vulnerability.” The judges were far more generous when they evaluated the vulnerability of the singers, saying that their singing would be a sign of “strength” and “courage.”To find out why this gap exists, Bruk and her team tested a theory about how the human mind processes information. They found that when we think about our own vulnerability, it’s more concrete and real, because we are so close to it. Under that magnified perspective, our imperfections are clearer, and it’s easier to identify everything that might go wrong. But when we think about another person’s vulnerability, it’s more distant and abstract. We can take a wider perspective that allows us to see not just the bad, but the good as well.Research beyond Bruk’s and Brown’s generally supports the notion that people tend to admire vulnerability in others. When people show vulnerability at school or work, such as by asking for advice and help, they appear more competent to their advisers and supervisors—and opening up in personal relationships can even make people fall in love with each other. But there are times when being vulnerable can backfire—when it comes across less as beauty and more as straight-up mess.
>>99989171A classic example is a 1966 experiment led by the psychologist Elliot Aronson. Aronson and his colleagues had students listen to recordings of candidates interviewing to be part of a quiz-bowl team. Two of the candidates appeared smart by answering most of the questions right, while the other two answered only 30 percent correctly. Then, one group of students heard an eruption of noise and clanging dishes, followed by one of the smart candidates saying, “Oh my goodness—I’ve spilled coffee all over my new suit.” Another group of students heard the same clamor, but then heard one of the mediocre candidates saying he spilled the coffee. Afterward, the students said they liked the smart candidate even more after he embarrassed himself. But the opposite was true of the mediocre candidate. The students said they liked him even less after seeing him in a vulnerable situation.In psychology, this is known as the “pratfall effect.” Responses to someone’s vulnerability largely seem to depend on how others perceive that person beforehand. If she appears strong and capable before showing vulnerability, people are sympathetic; the vulnerability is humanizing, like that time Jennifer Lawrence tripped on her way to accept the Best Actress award at the 2013 Oscars. But if the person doesn’t seem competent, people are repelled; she really does seem like a mess, nothing beautiful about it.The pratfall effect can be especially pronounced in the workplace, where, in America at least, there’s been an overall push for people to open up and be “authentic.” But if you haven’t established your competence first, showing vulnerability can damage your credibility. For example, at one company Rosh studied, a woman introduced herself to her colleagues not by mentioning her credentials and education, but by talking about how she’d been awake the previous night caring for her sick baby. It took her months to reestablish her credibility.
>>99990040https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkE-7i9qGGs> Hvis Henriksen finner ut --> Oh, for dette ????? skal han ikke få det.
>>99990337>Hvis Henriksen finner ut dette>Eh, [?] at han [?] nok å ta æren for det her.That's some slur wtfPossibly something like he's not bold enough to take credit for this, but I don't know enough nynorsk vocab to dare decipher those question marks
>>99990807how popular is Skavlan?
I has surprise
>>99993403it is Norwegian movie cliphttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shRoqzXIXU0
>>99991966Reasonably, I guess. His show is broadcast here too.
Taylor Swift is a qt
>>99982850>いい天気ですいい天気です(ね)sounds friendlier, would be a more appropriate tone in this context>何部のイングランド から来たのか。イギリスどこの出身ですか?>今なにもしない。今は何もしてない。your sentence isn't grammatically wrong, but it says "i'm not going to do anything now" because of the しない>何時起こしたのか。何時に起きた(の)? or 何時に起きましたか? but the latter is too polite for a question like this. 起こす = to wake someone up, as opposed to 起きる(to wake up), so your translation would mean "what time did [you] wake [me] up?">今出るね。そうして、明日話すの。そろそろ行かないといけないから、また(明日話そう)ね!出るis more like leaving home for another destination, so your sentence would sound like "i'm leaving home now (so i'll be seeing you in a few)", the opposite of what you're trying to say. 行くjust means to leave, to go, without that implication >これを言ったので、行きたくないと思うよ。そう言うなら、行きたくなくなった。>>99973308>週末はボウリングや、釣り、スケーティングが好きです週末はボウリングや、釣り、スケーティングに行くのが好きです>何時起きたの?何時に起きたの?>さっき雨が降ったから今日出かけたくないなor to translate the sentence more directly: 雨が降ったから、今日はうちにいる >昨日のニュース聞いた?昨日のニュース記事見た? to be more specific that's it's a particular news story. also, 見るfor ニュース/ニュース記事>あの店にまだ行くつもり?この前言ってたの?あのレストランにまだ行くつもり? この前言ってたの?very very minor mistakes, you're really gud>>99982672hey fellow deutschboo hongdonganon
>>99995650Not him, but can you also say 今は暇です。
>>99967511>Hi! It's nice to meet you.Hallo! Ich freue mich, dich kennenzulernen. >Lovely weather we're having!Schönes Wetter heute!>How have you been?Wie geht's dir?>What part of England are you from?Aus welcher Gegend in Großbritannien kommst du?>On weekend I like to go bowling, fishing and ice-skating.Am Wochenende gehe ich gern Bowling, Angeln und Eislaufen.>I'm doing nothing at the moment.Ich tue gerade nichts.>What time did you wake up this morning?Wann bist du heute Morgen aufgewacht?>It rained earlier so I think I'm gonna stay in today.Es hat früher geregnet, also ich denke, dass ich bleibe heute zu Hause. >Did you hear about that story in the news yesterday?Hast du von der Nachrichtenbeitrag von gestern gehört?>I'm going to go now, so I will talk to you tomorrow!Jetzt muss ich gehen, also bis morgen!>Are you still going to go to that restaurant tomorrow, the one you mentioned earlier?Gehst du morgen noch zum Restaurant, das du früher erwähnt hast?>Now that you've said that, I don't think I want to go anymore.Jetzt, dass du es sagen, ich möchte nicht mehr gehen.
>>99995791of course you can, but i tried to make it a more direct translation (and closer to the way he was trying to translate). 暇 is free, kind of different from saying you're doing nothing
>>99990040>>99994905>>99995008we're going to make it>>99995530>Taylor Swift was a qtFTFY
>>99996622Okay, that makes sense. By the way, can I ask how long you've been studying? You're very good.
>>99983233Le Roi des Coeurs is a pretty funny movie. I remember seeing it a while back.
>>99996883oh i'm native (posting under hk flag but half japanses)
>>99977491French is not easy. You are just BSing us.
>>99967511Salut! C'est bon de rendez-vous.Comment ça va?Quelle région d'Angleterre tu viens?Dans le week-end j'aime de aller bowling, fishing et ice skating Je fais rien en le moment
>>99998394>le week-end Fin de semaine S.V.P.
>>99998128 エヌピーいつも?この前のクソカキコの奴かい 笑
>>99983219Well im willing to help them recover their lost traditions via language. They have an interesting history, as well as being one of (if not) the first people on the plains in relative to the post medieval drought
my wife chino... I WANT TO FUCK CHINOplease chino is so cute my wife chino is so cute chino chan sex chino sex with chino i'd like some more kafuu chino sex with chino kafuu chino my wife cute is so chino wife
>>100002530who is Chino? post pic pls
>>100002793Don't reply to the p*do spammer pls(chino is a blue haired little anime girl btw (little in that sense yes))
>>100002793What else could cause such autism? 2hu and moeshit, and it's not the former. Just imagine a generic waifubait loli.
I want to be able to communicate with Mennonites, is it more worth while to actually learn their platt deutsch dialect or just learn a dutch since its a more widley spoken dialect and related to platt deutsch and then hope we can understand each other?
>>100005970I forgot to mention i already speak fluent german but i dont understand platt deutsch aside from a few words that are the same
>>99988761What is your german study routine like? And have you ever lived in a german speaking country? Or taken formal classes before?
>>99967511>hola. mucho gusto.>Tiempo carinoso que estamos teniendo>Como has estado?>Que parte de Inglaterra eres de?>Al fin de semana, me gusta jugar a los bolos, pescar y patinar sobre hielo>No estoy haciendo nada en este momento>Qué hora te despertaste esta manana?>Llovío más temprano así que creo que voy a quedarme interior hoy>Oíste de esa historia en las noticias ayer?>Voy a dejar ahora así que te hablaré manana>Todavía vas a ese restaurante manana? El uno que mencionaste más temprano?
>page who fucking cares
>>100007818they are busy fapping to Chino
>>100007853NO CHINO IS PURE
>>100008079how many languages does she speak though?
>>100008419I know she speaks five but I don't know which onesDefinitely japprobably engrish???
>>100006069Can u understand thishttps://hiwwewiedriwwe.wordpress.com
>>100006069Heres a wikipediahttps://nds.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Hööftsiet
>>100013380bed time when?
>>100013627You never know
>page same as before
what's a good way to learn Finnish suffixes? I'm trying to learn to read with a dictionary
>>99967511cześć! miło mi jest ci przyznaćMamy świetną pogodę!Co u ciebie?z które części Anglii jesteś?W weekendów lubię grać w kręgie, rybołówstwa i lyżwiarstwaNa razie nie robię nicO której godziny obudziłeś się?wcześniej pada deszcz i dlatego zostam domusłyszałeś o historiach w gazety wczorajTeraz muszę iść, jutro będę rozmawiać z tobąjuż będziesz iść do tej restauracji jutro, o których mówiłeś wczoraj?
>page come the fuck on now, it's friday night, I wanna do other things than pagewatch the thread ;_;
>>100013819>that picapex kek
>>100016463You know it was made with (platonic) love.
>>100009731I understood like 40% but is this rven platt deutsch? Or Pennsylvanian german? If its the latter , it is a entirely different dialect than platt and more close to the hoch deutsch
>>100016551but full bromo>>100016782Well, if this anything to go by...
>>100006173>German study routineI have no plan. these challenges are the basically all I do now desu. I am trying to maintain as much as I can more than learn at this point >And have you ever lived in a german speaking country?no, I only visited Germany for a few weeks >Or taken formal classes before?yeah, I had German classes, from A1 to like B1
>>100016992People who ive heard on youtube who speak pensylvanian dutch all have a horrid american accent sounds worse than 3rd generation chicanos speaking spanish I Wouldnt learn dialect if you paid me
>>100017256>Or taken formal classes before?yeah, I had German classes, from A1 to like B1i am jelly Kannst du bitte meine Absätze korregieren? >>99970141
>>100018235Im open to learning Mennonite german or platt deutsch since I actually live closer to them (juarez mexico) than to pensylvania.
>>100018063What if we used an Arnold Schwarzenegger accent?
>>100018452Das würde ich vorziehen
>>100018246I...I never moved past B1.I gotta go sleep but okay, I can do one I guess but I am not expert, barely intermediate >Offensichtlich du hast entschieden die einzielheiten von deiner entlastung weg von mir zu halten. Ich sollte eine luecke im gespraech lassen fuer dich zu beheben>Offensichtlich hast* (finite verb, V2 position) du (you can add dich here too) entschieden, die Einzielheiten (Details works too, I think) deiner Entlassung (dont really need vor here I would say) von mir fernzuhalten (the non finite verb goes at the end of a dependent close most of the time from I know). Capitalise nouns btw
does anyone have some legit reference for why in the heck Germans still capitalize nouns?I haven't heard of any other lang that (still) does thateventually we might find at least some half-decent historical trace of when it startedbut I haven't found a good explanation for the much more interesting question 'why'?do we still not have a dedicated /lang/ linguist? I don't want to the shitpile that is /his/ desu
I am bad at langs
>>100020280oh no, anon is bad at this one thingimagine thatbeing bad at something
>>100020280practice more to become less bad
Can I have uhhhhh
>>100019330nigga youre at least C1 master race, dont let these niggas discourage you
>>100019330also two questions; where can I learn more about finite verbs? and what is a finite verb? also is entscheiden always reflexive?
>>100019852English also capitalizes some words for no reason as far as I am aware of
ITT lets laugh at americans speaking their heritage tongueshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oMbvC_siQyc
>>100020280Me too. Too dumb for Russsian.
>>100020280>>100021834nobody is bad at langs, our brains are literally made to learn langs you do not have to be a genius or even smart to learn a new lang. in fact I'd wager that everyone except literal retards can learn any language in the world at a fluent level with the right resources and right exposure.
>>100021831To me, it just sounds like an American struggling to speak German?
>>100022109>I'd wager that everyone except literal retards can learn any language in the world at a fluent levelAbsolutely this. To all those saying that they cannot learn langs, think of all those people from the world’s shittiest areas (and remember poor nutrition = poor intelligence) that are functioning polyglots because of all the languages spkoen in said shitty 3rd world region. Actually find them quite inspiring desu
>>100022247that's le beauty of Pennsylvanian dutch lad, im glad its dying out
>>100022640>d*tch is dyingjust learn German, a real language lmao
Has anyone done the FSI German course? How did you find it - was it worth the time it took?
>>100022891already b2 in german la- no point in going any further since I dont even live in germany. >>100022960I dabbled in it, it was decent 5/10 i guess
>>100015080>cześć! miło mi jest ci przyznaćCześć miło mi Cię poznać.>W weekendów lubię grać w kręgie, rybołówstwa i lyżwiarstwaW weekendy lubię grać w kręgle, łowić ryby i jeździć na łyżwach.>O której godziny obudziłeś się?O której godzinie się obudziłeś?>wcześniej pada deszcz i dlatego zostam domuWcześniej padał deszcz, więc myślę że zostanę dzisiaj w domu.>słyszałeś o historiach w gazety wczorajSłyszałeś o tej historii we wczorajszych wiadomościach.>Teraz muszę iść, jutro będę rozmawiać z tobąMuszę lecieć, porozmawiamy jutro.>już będziesz iść do tej restauracji jutro, o których mówiłeś wczoraj?Masz dalej w planach iść jutro do tej restauracji, o której wspominałeś wcześniej?I'm really tired now, but let me know if you don't understand something. Anyway I think your Polish would be understandable.
>>100023231hmm okay. Am poorfag rn so no money to buy a more modern textbook series. I’ll start it tomorrow
>>100022960From what I have read about it, people complain about the dated and sometimes "sexist" vocabulary. It was also produced prior to the German language reform in the 90s or whenever it was. And with FSI in general, audio quality will probably not be as good as Assimil or other programs.
>>100023484>sometimes "sexist" vocabulary. el oh el>produced prior to the German language reform in the 90soh okay, but presumably it all remains more or less accurate? the reform only changed spelling, did it not. And like i said, I don’t really have the money to go buy other up to date language courses.Hopefully it will be somewhat helpful
>>100019852according to this Germanist he says from the readers point of view capitalized words structure the sentence better and the processing of information from reading faster, furthermore because German grammar you have nouns that pop up in different places in a sentence capitalizing makes it easier to understand the meaning of a sentence, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWQ6AdUcd5Iwatch at 23 minutes
>>100023712>the reform only changed spellingyes, i believe so>I don’t really have the moneyWell, FSI is free so that's a huge advantage. The main issues are sound quality (still good enough to learn) and that it's "boring" because it's repetitive drills & pronunciation. Ultimately you have nothing to lose by trying it.
>>1000150801.Cześć! Miło mi cię poznać2. Correct3. Correct4. której is correct form5. W weekend lubię grać w kręgle, łowić i jeździć na łyżwach.6. Correct7. O której godzinie się obudziłeś?8. Padało wcześniej więc myślę, że zostanę w domu.9. Słyszałeś o tej historii we wczorajszych wiadomościach?10. Teraz muszę już iść or Już muszę iść (teraz without już doesn't fullfill meaning of this sentence at least for me), jutro z tobą porozmawiam or porozmawiamy jutro or jutro porozmawiamy11. Nadal masz zamiar iść jutro do restauracji, o której wspominałeś wcześniej?Your translations were great just minor mistakes occured hovewer not in more difficult sentences, I hope my corrections will help with your studies, good luck with learning
>>100021670Pronouns are capitalized, that's probably what you're talking about.
>>100024346as well language and people names (like English and American), among other words>>100024118good point
>>100024346no they aren'tonly I is capitalized
>>100022109Tell me what's the right exposure for me to go from a B1 retard level of French to C1.I watch some shit in French with English subs (no french subs available), and listen to french music.But still I am stuck in this shit tier level where I can more or less understand a lot but can't express myself, I've lived in France for 4 months and improved from level 0 to B1 or so, but I can't move to France to get a C1 level and I don't have a french gf so what do?!I'm stuck and frustrated.
>>100024766>>100024669Shit sorry, I meant proper nouns. Languages and people names are proper nouns.
>>100024969probably be a big reason why youre stuck in that level is because youre just passivley listening instead of actively listening or actively studying frenchtry to find websites with french subs and most importantly to improve your level is learning new vocabulary and idioms.buy grammar books for b2 and study them Also speaking is important and I suggest to look for french people online that would help you use hellotalk I guess or penpals this is all advice I used when I studied german to reach B2 .
Look everyone, it's Norwegianhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCGmJxnzRSo
>stress in Russian
>>100021831I speak Russian with a couple perfect accents.
>>100025189What about Japanese in "Japanese cartoons", for example? Isn't it more of an adjective than a noun?We also capitalize proper nouns in Portuguese, but not language and people names. I don't why though
>>100025556because it is that way
>>100025402nigga u better start posting german vids again
What settings do you fags use on anki?>Do you actually have a box to type the word out, or just type it out mentally?>Do you do [language]English or English[language]? Or both?>How persmissive are you with yourselves regarding typos, small mistakes and the like?>Do you ever included inflected versions of words (e.g. conjugated verbs, declined nouns, etc.)?>How do you approach the problem of homonyms and synonyms?>How do you approach the problem of trying to learn a secondary, idiomatic meaning of a given word (or phrase, inflection, etc.) which, most of the time, would be something else entirely?>How many new words per day?>How many reviews per day?>Audio with every word, audio only with certain words, or no audio at all?
>>100025681the norsk is not as beloved as the germ
am I the only one to always complain about the soft and hard sound
>>100025556Proper nouns are the names of a specific person, place, or thing. Adjectives only describe them.
>>100025556>>100025958Also English or Japanese are specific languages rather than a characteristic of a language. Hopefully that makes more sense.
>>100026030I've always considered it as "related to the Japanese language" in contexts like in my example, but that's a nice way to put it
>>99976527Maybe read some less difficult books to pick up some vocab. What really helps is if you learn to recognize things like roots, prefixes, and suffixes.
>>100025945sign*, not sound
>>100024969I'd try thinking to yourself in French sometimes about things you see, do, or think about. If you don't know a word, try to guess and/or look it up when you can.
>>100027489me use memrise, it is like anki for people who too lazy to customize errything
>>100005779AAAAAAAAAAAAARGHH I WANT TO FUCK CHINO MY WIFE CHINOFUCK FUCK FUCK CHINO FUCK MY WIFE CHINO CHINO MY WIFE CHINO FUCK FUCK MY FUCK CHINO MY WIFE FUCK CHINO MY WIFE CHINOFUCK FUCK FUCK CHINO FUCK MY WIFE CHINO CHINO MY WIFE CHINO FUCK FUCK MY FUCK CHINO MY WIFE FUCK
>>99969298How is his French Broshttps://youtu.be/2_v6HztMeU4
It's uncanny how similar French and Breton sound.
>>100028458Presumably Breton has been substantially influenced by French over the years, and so certain aspects will probably be extremely similar (e.g. intonation). There's also the fact that the phonemes of Breton are very similar to those of French (especially the vowels which are basically identical, as well as consonants such as /ɥ/. A lot of the similarities of course are likely the result of some French influence, e.g. the use of /ʁ/ rather than /r/ or /ɾ/, and the fact that the traditional /ð/ doesn't seem so common nowadays. However, if you pay attention; there's still some differences, e.g. Basque has /ɣ/ and /x/, labialized velar consonants, some speakers still conserve a trilled /r/, and so on.
>>100025697Anki is like using a program from the 90s. Memrise is better.
>>100028935Yeah I was wondering whether the similarities were due to French influencing Breton or French starting out basically as Vulgar Latin spoken by Celts
>>100029017I could be wrong but I think it's unlikely that Breton specifically was particularly influential in the development of French since Breton-French contact was fairly limited for quite a long time, and Breton isn't even from the same branch of Celtic languages as Gaulish.
>>100028935you seem to know a lot about le french is it true the nasal sound came from celtic infleunce? or was is it germanic ?
>>100029200That I don't know, sorry. If I had to hazard a guess I'd say it's unlikely though, since the present orthography shows the nasalization historical process fairly clearly (especially with word pairs such as "bon"/"bonne"), so I imagine that it couldn't have occured so long ago that it could be attributed to Celtic influence.
GOOOOOOOOOOOOD MOOORNING VIETNAMMMMM
I should get off and study my languages
>tfw Assimil review lesson
I wish I were white, it looks silly when a brown person learns European languages
>>100030634I'm not white and I am learning French.
>>100030634At least you're not learning moon runes
>>99971046>Am Wochenende gehe ich gerne Bowling, Anglen und Eis(skating?)Also learning German so could be wrong but I think it's>Am Wochenende ich mag Bowling, Angeln, und Eislaufen gehen.
>>100031549>could be wrongit totally is. in fact it's a LOT worse than>Am Wochenende gehe ich gerne Bowling, Anglen und Eis(skating?)which is also wrong but way closer to a functional german sentence.>Am Wochenende gehe ich gerne ZUM Bowling, Angeln und Schlittschuhlaufen.or>Am Wochenende gehe ich gerne bowlen, angeln und schlittschuhlaufen.are gud.
it is my firm belief that bumping at page <9 is too inefficient desu
>>100033488goeiesmorgens deze morgen!waarom zijn dronken dromen zo raar en fucked up?ik droomde dat ik in een heel klein dorpje ergens in Roemenië was verdwaald, met een gozer die ik niet kende. Wij waren daar gekomen met een bus, en in die bus hadden wij wat te eten gekocht op een of andere manier, zo'n thuisbezorgd maar in die bus...?!en ik had hetzelfde gekocht als die kerel maar het was in dezelfde zakje geleverd, schnitzel met brood ofzo weet ik veelmaar die aso hij eet bijna alles op, en toen waren wij uitgestapt in die klein dorpje en toen gaf hij mij wat er over was van mijn stukje schnitzel, _mijn_ godverdomme schnitzeltoen realiseerde ik me dat er een heel grote mooie kerk ergens in het dorpje was (blijkbaar had ik google maps), maar ik wilde ook terug naar Boekarestdus ik rende naar de treinstation en ik zag dit ene idioot ook naar de treinstation aan het rennen, maar hij was voor meen voor dat ik een idioot van CFR kon vragen of dat de goede trein was was de trein al vertrokkenik was heel boos, omdat de volgende trein zou heel laat komenen daarna word ik wakkerdie end
My nose is runny I have a cold
I'm betting sweden anon was in the street view thread from last night >>100022611:^)
>>100033823too much fapping probably
Do people outside of America identify as "white"Would a bio German say that he is "white" or is that a burger thing to say
>>100035122>a burger thing to saythis
>>100035122it is only a useful term for those of us Amerimutts with no single ethnic identity
これはせかい一大きい人工の山なんですよ。This is the world's biggest man-made mountain.What does なん mean here?
time to eat mashed poatotes
listening comprehension is hard desu
got c1 in german, wat do now
>>100036337>c1Prüfe es!Ich will Beweise!
>>100036418Es ist nichts Besonderes - DSD II. Das Diplom bekomme ich aber nächsten Monat, also derzeit keine Nachweise vorhanden leider :((
>>100036493bost bild von prüfung
>>100036493Jetzt kannst du hier mit Leichtigkeit sehr gut bezahlte Arbeit finden.
>>100036548Was meinst du? Ich hab schon gesagt, dass die Ergebnisse noch nicht dabei sind
>>100036616Ich bezweifle dies, alle können Deutsch in Deutschland, die Sprache selbst bringt mir nichts (in der BRD)
>>100036741>alle können Deutsch in DeutschlandSo viel Naivität.Wir haben mehr Arbeitsplätze als Arbeiter und viele werden direkt aus Osteuropa angeworben ohne irgenwelche Deutschkenntnisse zu haben.
>>100036337congrats anon!learn Dutch :3why did you learn German to such a high level by the way?>>100036741>ik betwijfel dit, alles/iedereen kan Duits in Duitsland, spreken zelf brengt mij nietsah nvm you already know Dutch
>>100036890Sarkasmus, viele bulgarische Zigeuner wandern nach Deutschland ab und finden leicht eine Arbeitsstelle, auch wenn die Arbeit scheiB ist, das weiß ich schon. Die Belohnung ist gut, mal sehen was mit mir in Zukunft passiert.>>100036936ik ben een echte nederlanderI learned German because I was bored
>>100036633du sagte deine Ergebnisse ist C1
>>100037577Sie wirklich sind C1, aber die Unterlagen, die mein Sprachniveau bestätigen, werden von Köln nach Sofia in einem Monat abgeschickt
>>100037895jaaa aber du irgwendwie weißt, dass du bist C1. So, denke ich, du has digital broof, take screenshot
what does this mean> Professioneller ist dein Strich nicht gerade geworden.
>>100038012Es ist schwer zu erklären, ich habe keine digitalen Nachweise oder sowas. Ich weiß, dass ich C1 habe, weil alle Komponenten bis auf die SK schon in Bulgarien überprüft worden sind. Trau mir einfach>>100038355Context?
>>100038697critic says this to amateur artist, they are looking at his sketches/drawings
>>100038941It suppose it means that his drawing hasn't gotten more professional
>>100035347Try djt for faster answers
>>100021634It is not always reflexive, noAnd uh, I guess you can look up introductory syntax books on http://gen.lib.rus.ec/ or something? a finite verb is a verb that shows you tense, person, and numberfor example ''ist''it tells you the subject is singular, you know it's present tense, and you know it's a 3rd person, either he, she or itnon-finite verb does not show thisfor example ''laufen'' this does not have tense, it dos not show the person or the number, it's just an infinitive So a correct sentence is>Ich habe das gekaufen.Not>*Ich gekaufen das habeor >*Gekaufen ich das haveetc.The finite verb 'habe', which shows tense, number, and person, goes second, and 'gekaufen' goes last, because it is not finite
can i get uuhhhhhh
German challengehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mS11BuiYG1U> Da unten kannst du jetzt nachdenken,wieso Hypnose nicht funktioniert, ???????????
>>99967511>ezpzSalut! EnchantéIl fait beau aujourd'huiComment ça va?Où de angleterre viens-tu?Je ne fais rien maintenantQuelle heure réveillas-tu cet matin?>thiccer sentencesJe vais maintenant, ainsi je te parlerai demainVery new to French so I only did some of them. Also can anyone tell me if I used the right conjugations correctly?
>>100040062kaufen is a regular verbkaufen - kaufte - gekauft
>>100043323Ah shit yeah, my bad
>>100030634>that feel when brown or braun but look europeanstop caring what others think of you , or if you care so much learn a brown language
>>100043399Also the example you give is specifically about Perfekt, such rules apply to Modalverben as well but it's different. Another difference between the English and German Perfekt Zeitform is that some verbs in German require 'sein' as a Hilfsverb instead of haben>Ich habe gekauftbut>Ich bin gefahren
>>100043508I just gave an example of a finite verb, I was not describing past tense, so yeah, bin goes second too
>>100043508looks we have another crypto c1 master race in the thread.... interesting..
>>100036337move to germany or austria now and find a good job save up money and go back to bulgaria a rich man
>>100043834I mentioned I have C1 earlier in the thread, I'm kinda disappointed that I have no native speaker friends to practice with
>>100031549>>Am Wochenende ich mag Bowling, Angeln, und Eislaufen gehen.you only use mag for nouns not activities for activities you use gerne exception is the expression "ich hab dich gern"
>>100043928Come, join the discord server :^)
>>100043928nigga, youre literally on the internet find a penpal. also how did you even practice your speech to reach c1 master race without speaking to natives? and isnt there german speaking communities in eastern europe?
>>100044113I haven't spoken German irl in ages, nor would I have the courage toNot really interested in spoken language either though tbqhwy senpai
>>100044051what server?>>100044113I've searched for penpals but eventually gave up because people weren't willing to put up with my shit I guess or I wasn't interesting enough. >how did you even practice your speech to reach c1 master race without speaking to natives?I've worked in the tourism branch on our Black Sea coast for over 3 years and I was forced to communicate with Germans/Austrians/etc>and isnt there german speaking communities in eastern europe?what, no. not here at least
>>100044226>what server?/lang/ serverthere are germans there, and they are based and redpilled
>>100044284give me a link
>>100044284i want link too>>100044212>>100044342man so I guess you guys are just grammar alphas but speech betas .....interesting
>>100044416>speech betasI can't heart shit when people speak German, it's just noise to me most of the time;_;>>100044342>>100044416>give linkI can't, I am not a modgib me your discords and I'll send them to someone who can inv.
>>100044416>speech betasWhat the fuck do you mean, I don't struggle speaking, it's just that I don't have Germans penpals that's it
>>100041163Hey you guys, tell me what he is saying
>>100044516>What the fuck do you meanhow do you know what youre saying is pronounced correctly if you never had a german native correct you?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JfTPqg9fjREcheck this hilarious vid i found of an indian woman trying to teach german but sounding like a straight fraudskip to 3:40 to kek >gute Nawt
>>100044982Nigga, that mean, don't bother some nice pooess trying to help her fellow poos
>literally no good German Anki decks on their websiteAll I want is words by frequency and the one there is a farce
>>100045686I mean I honor her good intentions but she's doing more harm than good for the poos that want to learn . one must always learn a language from a native or someone so fluent they sound like a native I mean just imagine a poojet with an already very strong accent watches this vid and not only keeps using his poo accent but pronounces every word wrong thanks to her
>>100045937She provides a Hindi-German instruction, normal teacher Hans won't be able to do that. That itself is worth more than saying Nacht correctly
The only thing more cringe than an American trying to learn languages is one who does so while still in muttland
>>100046221>that feel when mutt in muttland but have a german gf who corrects my germanstay mad sausage cuck
>>100048159too early. go back to bed
>>100046983How did you manage that anonI thought american accent was hated as were Americans