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Manche Worter und seine Satze sind fur esrsten Neviaus, aber Es ist gut, dass wir eine ubunge uber vergangenen satzen haben.
I like this,but sometimes the male voice speaks to fast for me.I'm learning alot.
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"Kennst du Deutsch?" does not make sense in German, since "kennen" is used when you talk about persons. For example "Kennst du Paul?" which means "Do you know Paul?". "Verzeihung" can be used instead of "Entschuldigung". I hope this helps!
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Can one not say: Kennst du Deutsch or Verzeihung
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can you learn me german alphabet with pernounciation
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There are many variations for the question "Would you like a bag". Most common ones would be "Suchen Sie nach einer Tasche?" or "Möchten Sie eine Tasche?". A correct response would be "Ja, bitte" or "Nein danke, ich schaue mich nur um" which stands for "No thanks, I am just looking around". The term "Gerne" sounds a bit unnatural in this situation.
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I live in Switzerland where the spoken language is Swiss German but the "official" language is High German - it can be confusing. . .
When I check out at a store the clerk always asks if I want a bag. I can't make out what they are (or would be saying) exactly in High German. What is the question for: "Would you like a bag?"
I'm told my response should be "gerne" . . . is this correct? I've been saying "Bitte" please.