Das Lernen

Having a great visit in Germany. Thanks everybody for sending me food and drink advice this week! 🙂

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8 Responses to Das Lernen

  1. FrankN.Stein says:

    I had a hunch that was coming…. 🙂

  2. Nell says:

    This reminds me rather delicously of visiting Austria as a kid. We learned ‘Ein Eis, bitte’. But the very next most vital bit of language was ‘Noch ein Eis, bitte.’ Have a lovely time Doug and komm gut nach Hause.

  3. Howard says:

    I was really confused when I got to Germany and heard “zwo”, which I had never heard mentioned in any class or German language textbook. Merchants use that instead of “zwei” for clarity.

    • Tigerle says:

      To understand that you should know, that “drei” three is and sometimes “zwei” and “drei” hard is to distinguish.

      • Howard says:

        You might be surprised to find that German language textbooks actually DO cover numbers up to and beyond 3. They just do not always teach useful slang.

    • Leak says:

      Oh boy – throw some dialects into the mix and you have “zwei”, “zwo”, “zwa” and “zwoa”… 🙂

  4. Pam says:

    Get it Timmy!

  5. digitaligor says:

    I love this analogic feel with the real post-its 🙂
    Maybe you should use it more often 😉

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