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Discussion in 'CoB Off-topic' started by hatecrewchick, Jun 15, 2006.
Ich ess alles. Außer Fleisch, da bin ich wählerisch...
Wiener Schnitzel ist aber geil.
Versuche, das in Deutsch zu sagen!
Is there a norwegian thread?
Entschuldigung! Mein lieblingsessen ist pizza
^hahaha ich bestelle mir gerade eine
^Ja! Das ist SEHR GUT!
So Corny, useful phrases?? (won't bother putting it in the translator cos it's gonna suck, ).
Ok, first the very basic structure of a sentence:
Subject - Verb - Object.
First, we need a verb:
ficken (to fuck)
that's the infinitive. The stem is "fick-". The suffix "-en" is the sign for infinitive.
So we want to make a sentence in the present. The present endings are:
Now the subject:
Like in most/all(?) languages, Subject stands in the case NOMINATIV. Our subject will be male, singular (and nominativ of course):
Der Mann (the man)
"Der" is the male article for the case NOMINATIV. In english, there's "the" for all 3 genera, in german and other european languages, there are 3 different articles.
And the object
Casus depends on the verb. the verb "ficken" wants to have the casus AKKUSATIV. In german, akkusativ-words look like nominativ-words. The only possibility to distinguish is the article. Our object will be male, singular, akkusativ:
Den Kellner (the waiter)
"Den" is the male article in akkusative.
So when you go like Subject - Verb - Object, you get:
Der Mann fickt den Kellner.
@Corny: That was really awesome grammar-post. Brings back flashbacks from my german lessons I think im going to continue with German next year.
I'm thinking of taking part in a scandinavian course (haven't chosen a language yet), but only if I don't do old greec.
Put like that seems easy, Thanks teacher, quite a good lesson. Now memorising, but in the meantime... Der Mann fickt den Kellner.
BTW are capital letters a must in the beggining of names even if they are not ''personal'' names?
yep like Auto (car) for example
Yes, Capital letters are used for
- all nouns
- at the beginning of the sentence of course
What would "Der Mann fickt den Kellner" mean in spanish?
he already said' names '
I supose you mean how would I write it: El hombre se folló al camarero.
@snowy: thanks. BTW auto is a way to say car too in spanish, amongst others like ''coche'' or ''vehiculo''.
Shit...yeah im gonna continue with German next year i guess. I kinda hated german in 9th grade. The teacher was THE BITCH!
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