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> German?, Is here a.o. who speaks German?
Freyja Athar
post Jun 3rd 2005, 6:47 AM
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Hello everyone

I like FanFictions very much, but my English is not so good. I can't write FFs in English - They would sound bad crying.gif

But I like it to read english FFs, and also to translate them.

So my question is:
Is here anyone who speaks German and who would translate FFs for me into English? I would translate FFs from English to German, If you want this...
Or, another way, are here German FFs? In this Forum?

I'm very sorry about my worse English but the only thing I really CAN is translate I-)

With friendly greetings

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post Jun 5th 2005, 5:55 PM
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Das Forum hier ist eine gute M?glichkeit, um das Ausdr?cken in Englisch aufzubessern. Fanfics sind ja schon anspruchsvoll, vielleicht ein bisschen schwer f?r den Anfang. Ich kann nur empfehlen, erst einmal den lockeren Umgang auf Englisch zu lernen, indem du dich z.B. hier rumtreibst.

Nein, hier spricht kaum jemand deutsch, und deutsche Fanfics wirst du auch nicht finden.

Aber es ist halt auch ganz gut, die Leute zu kennen, wenn du als Unbekannter hier ne Fanfic reinstellst ist die Frage wie viele die lesen werden. Ist zwar ein gro?es Forum, aber nicht jede Fanfic bekommt ?berhaupt R?ckmeldungen - leider.

Also am Anfang schreibt man bestimmt eher f?r sich selbst als f?r andere.
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post Jun 5th 2005, 10:23 PM
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QUOTE(ted_simple @ Jun 5th 2005, 4:55 PM)
Das Forum hier ist eine gute M?glichkeit, um das Ausdr?cken in Englisch aufzubessern. Fanfics sind ja schon anspruchsvoll, vielleicht ein bisschen schwer f?r den Anfang. Ich kann nur empfehlen, erst einmal den lockeren Umgang auf Englisch zu lernen, indem du dich z.B. hier rumtreibst.

Nein, hier spricht kaum jemand deutsch, und deutsche Fanfics wirst du auch nicht finden.

Aber es ist halt auch ganz gut, die Leute zu kennen, wenn du als Unbekannter hier ne Fanfic reinstellst ist die Frage wie viele die lesen werden. Ist zwar ein gro?es Forum, aber nicht jede Fanfic bekommt ?berhaupt R?ckmeldungen - leider.

Also am Anfang schreibt man bestimmt eher f?r sich selbst als f?r andere.
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That is cool! I am a quarter german and I like the german language. it sounds so neat. i plan on taking it in highschool. i took a little a few years back but i don't remember it. by the way Freyja Athar your english sounds great. How long have u been speaking it? I think i only found one or two mistakes.

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post Jun 12th 2005, 3:27 AM
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Gut, ich werde es mal versuchen. Danke f?r die Tipps smile.gif
?brigens - Es gibt ein deutsches Forum mit vielen FFs (die auch gelesen werden): www.stargate-project.de
Vielleicht interessierts dich ja...


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Oh, thank you, I thought my English is so worse that noone would understand it *puh*
I speak English since seven or eight years (I had an English-course when I was a little child) and since five years in the school.
You like German, really? I never heard that before... biggrin.gif
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post Jun 13th 2005, 12:22 AM
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QUOTE(Freyja Athar @ Jun 12th 2005, 8:27 PM)
You like German, really? I never heard that before...  biggrin.gif
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I'm 1/4 german myself and i also like german i great deal, not the most romantic language in my oppinion but still very interesting especially since alot of it can be seen in english.

I commend you on your linguistic ability, your English is Fantastic, i know people who have been speaking it all their life who cant speak as well as you do.

I dont however speak any German, i can read some but that is only through teaching myself and probably isnt all that accurate.

Good Luck with it all,
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post Jun 13th 2005, 12:09 PM
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Oh thank you. You make my head red (I don't know how to say this I-) )
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post Jun 13th 2005, 2:47 PM
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QUOTE(Freyja Athar @ Jun 12th 2005, 10:27 AM)
?brigens - Es gibt ein deutsches Forum mit vielen FFs (die auch gelesen werden): www.stargate-project.de
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I didn't say I wanted to write fanfics, plus I'm positive that every German here knows this site.

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I'm 1/4 german myself and i also like german i great deal, not the most romantic language in my oppinion but still very interesting especially since alot of it can be seen in english.

A calm German voice can be quite captivating. But I see what you mean, it takes some practise to be romantic in German. But then I find our language unusually rich in describing things and putting your thoughts down in literature. It's analytical, brilliant and it can conveys emotions with much subtlety. (So if you want to go into your feelings in detail, especially for writing a love letter, German is great!) Sadly contemporaray German is somewhat degenerating IMO, especially the spoken English is more invigorating these days. There's a nice thought I hold to; languages reflect the temper of the people and they reflect how that temper changed over the course of hundreds of years.


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Oh thank you. You make my head red (I don't know how to say this I-) )

"That's flattering. You make me / my cheeks (meine Wangen) blush (err?ten)."

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post Jun 13th 2005, 4:13 PM
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Man mu? nur immer darauf arbeiten. Ich bekomme ein Zeitschriften in Franschosische (sp?) (aus Quebec) jedes zwei Woches seit zwei Jahren und nur das lesen regelmessiglich hat meine Franschosishe viele verbesserte. Etwas wie Der Spiegel aber auf English. Viellicht Time (VS), Macleans (Can) und so weiter.



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post Jun 14th 2005, 11:47 AM
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QUOTE(Freyja Athar @ Jun 12th 2005, 2:27 AM)
@ringbearer
Oh, thank you, I thought my English is so worse that noone would understand it *puh*
I speak English since seven or eight years (I had an English-course when I was a little child) and since five years in the school.
You like German, really? I never heard that before...  biggrin.gif
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your welcome. Yeah i love german. I would like to someday go to Germany as often as i can biggrin.gif
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post Jun 15th 2005, 7:44 AM
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@ringbearer
If you want to speak German in another country - Don't go to Germany. berlin and Hamburg may be nice cities, but I don't think that Germany is a beautiful state. If you like wandering, go to Austria, I think there's better than in Germany...
*sigh* It's your choice, not mine... wink.gif
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post Jun 18th 2005, 4:37 AM
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QUOTE(Freyja Athar @ Jun 14th 2005, 5:09 AM)
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Oh thank you. You make my head red (I don't know how to say this I-) )
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lol, i try to impress, but i did mean it in all seriousness.

I have always wanted to visit Germany, the Architecture is fantastic from what i have seen, the "Reichstag" is supposed to be quite impressive as is the "brandonburg gate"

Not to mention the copious amounts of Alchohol in your beer halls rolleyes.gif yum yum.

Dont sell yourself short Germany sounds like a wonderful country.

by the way just out of curiosity how old ar you? im 18
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post Jun 18th 2005, 4:56 AM
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That's your piont of view. Maybe a country isn't so interesting, when you have lived there for your whole life (*uhm* My life wasn't so long until now. I'm just 15 years old, can I speak from "My whole life"? I-) ). It's possible that Germany is nice for tourists...

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post Jun 18th 2005, 3:10 PM
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QUOTE(ESUS @ Jun 18th 2005, 3:37 AM)
lol, i try to impress, but i did mean it in all seriousness.

I have always wanted to visit Germany, the Architecture is fantastic from what i have seen, the "Reichstag" is supposed to be quite impressive as is the "brandonburg gate" 

Not to mention the copious amounts of Alchohol in your beer halls rolleyes.gif yum yum. 

Dont sell yourself short Germany sounds like a wonderful country.

by the way just out of curiosity how old ar you? im 18
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I have too! what do ya say that u and me start saving our pennies and visit Gemany to see it for outselves and visit Freyja. lol laugh.gif
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post Jun 19th 2005, 4:38 AM
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That's your piont of view. Maybe a country isn't so interesting, when you have lived there for your whole life (*uhm* My life wasn't so long until now. I'm just 15 years old, can I speak from "My whole life"? I-) ). It's possible that Germany is nice for tourists...

Well i still want to go, and i still find my country very interesting and i highly reccomend it for a holiday destination, but i can see your point even if i dont agree

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QUOTE(Ringbearer @ Jun 19th 2005, 8:10 AM)
I have too! what do ya say that u and me start saving our pennies and visit Gemany to see it for outselves and visit Freyja. lol laugh.gif
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Sorry no pennies in Australia, lol. And i think it would take a long time to save that amount of money considering the fu**ing parking tickets those bastards (crappy council people) keep giving me.

But a nice thought anyway i am very flattered.

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post Jun 19th 2005, 2:11 PM
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I have too! what do ya say that u and me start saving our pennies and visit Gemany to see it for outselves and visit Freyja. lol

Oh that would be nice biggrin.gif
But maybe I spend my next holidays in New Mexico... Maybe. biggrin.gif

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You're from Australia? Nice... I'll go there in August *happy about that* I hope I can make my English better over there... And write my FanFictions in English... But that's also just maybe I-) *gg*
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post Jun 20th 2005, 2:10 AM
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QUOTE(ESUS @ Jun 19th 2005, 3:38 AM)
Well i still want to go, and i still find my country very interesting and i highly reccomend it for a holiday destination, but i can see your point even if i dont agree

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Sorry no pennies in Australia, lol.  And i think it would take a long time to save that amount of money considering the fu**ing parking tickets those bastards (crappy council people) keep giving me.

But a nice thought anyway i am very flattered.
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Oh yeah i forgot u guys have a different money system. but yes it would take along time to save that much money.

QUOTE(Freyja Athar @ Jun 19th 2005, 1:11 PM)
Oh that would be nice biggrin.gif
But maybe I spend my next holidays in New Mexico... Maybe. biggrin.gif



that would be cool!! laugh.gif

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QUOTE(Freyja Athar @ Jun 20th 2005, 7:11 AM)
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You're from Australia? Nice... I'll go there in August *happy about that* I hope I can make my English better over there... And write my FanFictions in English... But that's also just maybe I-) *gg*
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really? which part of Australia? we are a big country you know. I highly recomend Queensland although i am from melbourne and although its quite cold atm it is a very nice city.

Sydneys also nice but... well you have to be from melbourne to understand
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QUOTE(ESUS @ Jun 20th 2005, 10:50 PM)
really? which part of Australia? we are a big country you know.  I highly recomend Queensland although i am from melbourne and although its quite cold atm it is a very nice city.

Sydneys also nice but... well you have to be from melbourne to understand
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that would be a perfect time for me to come out laugh.gif when Freyja is there! laugh.gif hahaha!llol
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post Jun 21st 2005, 2:13 AM
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@ESUS
I'll go to Sydney and to the Uluru...
And I know what you want to say. (The thing with Melbourne and Sydney wink.gif )

@ringbearer
*sigh*
We're dreamers biggrin.gif wink.gif
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I sound so nice though
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