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Ich habe eine Frage an die deutschsprachigen Mitglieder von RF

Discussion in 'Movies' started by Amanaki, Feb 8, 2020.

  1. Amanaki

    Amanaki Well-Known Member

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    That is very easy to forget actually
     
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    Wie gut verstehst du gesprochenes Deutsch, deiner Meinung nach?

    One thing I recommend to students who are early or intermediate learners, is to watch German language versions of movies/series they already know and have seen in their native language. That way they can focus on understanding the dialogue without needing to also keep track of plot developments and characterization delivered in a language they don't yet fully understand.
     
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    My spoken German is getting better :) I still struggle to write it, but that has more to do with me focus on the spoken language :)
     
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    In my opinion, American English sounds very different from British English, which again sounds different from Scottish English, and then there's Australian and Indian English, which again sound very different from all of these.

    I couldn't really say which one I find more beautiful, but I do have a personal fondness for Scottish accents.
     
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    Scottish is very nice dialect yes :) personally when I speak English I have heard I sound a bit American :confused:

    When I speak German I think I sound strange :p but it getting better.
    Not long ago I had to call someone in Germany, and I could speak somewhat ok, they understood maybe 80% of what I said.
     
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    Sounds like you're doing well, congratulations! :)


    If you like Youtube documentaries, the German TV channel ARTE has a pretty decent selection on their Youtube channel, as does the German public radio channel Deutsche Welle.
     
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    That said, the simplest version of German to learn is Viennese, because you really only need to know one word to speak it fluently...


    :D
     
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    Oida :D
     
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    metis aged ecumenical anthropologist

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    It's all Greek to me. :emojconfused:
     
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