FCB general wrote:... and/und so/so I've/Ich habe started/begonnen my/meine journey/reise with/mit German/Deutsch language/sprache, three days ago/vor drei Tage.
Now I ask myself what have I waited last 8-9 years...
ramsej84 wrote:you are right the cases are confusing but with some practice you'll find a solution
FCB general wrote:It's just I study at home, alone with nobody's help. I've found a great site on Croatian language, with text and audio materials to follow for three degrees(A1, A2 & B1), then some examples per each lesson and that is something great. I don't know if there's similar site for English, I would be very, very delighted to find it.
I've always known some German in my life since I watched German TV without knowing anything and I learned to read, even write, but to speak and understand everything - nope. My grandfather, friends who lived there during the 90's before they came back to Croatia, they all said I have potential when my accent is very good for someone who never lived there(as a growth person) and study. I know the German grammar will be a true challenge for me, their articles and genders if I'm not mistaken and of course, what we in Croatian language have - cases for each sing/plur(if this is how we call it in English).
And yeah... I have to buy a dictionary so I can search for words.
pyrasur wrote:Viel Erfolg! German is not easy. Imo chinese is easier
runaway wrote:Good news. Remember the Germans kidnapped by the Muslim extremists in my country swearing allegiance to ISIS? They were set free and are on their way back to Germany. The family doesn't want to talk about if they paid they the ransom, our military denies any ransom but we can assume there had been. These kind of groups are just riding on ISIS' new found popularity and notoriety.
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