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GermanPod101.com
Friday at 6:30 pm
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Germapod101
Saturday at 4:27 pm
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Hi Dan,

in this case it is "Das Baby schlรคft auf der Decke." You are right though that "Decke" is a fem. noun, but in this sentence you wanna say "I lie ON the blanket", that is why you need to change the article.

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Dan
Thursday at 4:27 pm
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If "Decke" is feminine, should it not be: Das Baby schlรคft auf die Decke (not "...der Decke").

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Dan

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Germanpod101
Friday at 9:51 am
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Hi Grant,


yes, great that you recognized the difference! "Die Decke" has two meanings, "blanket" on the one hand, "ceiling" on the other. :smile:


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Jennifer

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Grant
Wednesday at 8:59 am
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Das ist lustig " Das Baby schlรคft auf der Decke." in Google Translate is "The baby sleeping on the ceiling"


Google Translate sure has its faults

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GermanPod101.com
Thursday at 8:15 pm
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Hallo Loren,


Danke fรผr den Kommentar!


Just a few little corrections:


Ich dusche abends (am Abend is also grammatically correct but abends sounds more natural) und gucke Fernsehen. Danach schlafe ich.


der Fernseher - TV

Fernsehen gucken - to watch TV


I hope this helps!


Vielen Dank!


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Loren
Saturday at 10:19 pm
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Mein Vater kehrt am Abend zurรผck.

Am Abend ich dusche in der Dusche und ich schaue Fernseher. Danach ich schlafe.


Es ist richtig?

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GermanPod101.com
Friday at 7:07 am
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Hi Felix,


These verbs are in 3rd person singular (as they are showing are person doing something" "Sie schaut." "Er duscht."

I hope this helps!


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Katrin

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felix
Tuesday at 9:37 am
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I have noticed that some of those verbs are not in infinitive form (-en end), they end in -t,

for example schaut and not schauen or duscht and not duschen,

what does it mean? Itยดs a different verb tense or what??

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Hi Alin,


Thank you for your feedback. We really appreciate it.

We are always working on improving our materials and your opinion is highly valuable!


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Alin
Tuesday at 2:20 am
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It would have been nice to have a translation to the words of the images you present, it's not really great to let people guess.