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If your question is part of a sentence, it is correct. For instance, if you said
"Ich weiss nicht, warum die Haiwoche früher beginnt." But of course, in this case
it isn't a question anymore. It means: I don't know why the shark week starts earlier.
If you want your sentence to be a proper question, you would say:
"Warum beginnt die Haiwoche früher?"😉
If you have any further questions, please let us know.
That is a valid question, and in fact, a lot of people actually use
the expression "Grosser Weisser Hai" too.
Both are correct, I guess, and it depends on everyone's personal preference.
I agree with you. 👍 It had me on the edge of
my seat 100% of the time.
Wow, that sounds pretty scary. I guess a quick swim before
breakfast would be out the question.😳
Hello Joe B.,
It means "I did spend my time/holidays/weekend etc. doing...".
Let me give you an example:
Ich habe meine Ferien damit verbracht, Schmetterlinge zu sammeln.
I spent my holidays collecting butterflies.
You could also say something like:
Ich habe das ganze Wochenende damit verbracht, meine Garage aufzuräumen.
I spent the whole weekend tidying up my garage.
It is nice to see that other people think about the fate and welfare of
sharks, and supposedly other animals, too.
Many people are afraid of sharks and think they are dangerous and bad,
but in fact, they are very important for our oceans.
Maybe you can think of a way to help "dem Hai"?
It is the second question that is correct:
"Warum jagen die Haie in seichtem Wasser nach Nahrung/Essen?"
And "Nahrung" is better than "Essen". Essen (as a noun) is generally used
Thank you for your message.
Your sentences are good German. You could also say
"Haie können auch schwimmen während sie schlafen."
Thank you for your interesting query. You are a very dedicated student.
Your answer to the question is correct, but I noticed that you mention the seal (Seehund)
as well as fish. A seal eats fish too, but both had better leave the Great White Shark alone 😁
In your question, why do you write "Weiße Hai" and not "Weißer Hai"?
Could it be that you were talking about white sharks, ie "Weiße Haie"?