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In my spanish class the teacher sometimes puts up a sign that says
We ingles" and that means we cam use any english that my in class and
we have like the smartest kld who is class president and the teacher
asked him samething and he was acetate talk in english tasters the
teacher painted at the sign m the guy busted ostin full german and the
whole class was in stunned silence anti the teacher just gave a heavy
sigh and left the room
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#1 - itsthetie
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(01/25/2014) [-]
technically he followed the rules
User avatar #7 to #1 - derivat
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Technisch gesehen hat er die Regeln befolgt
#28 to #7 - anon id: 0cbcd717
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Ahh, good old google translate. It should be "Technisch, hat er die Regeln befolgt". There shouldn't be a random gesehen in there, and if there was, it would be at the end of the sentence because it is a word that determines tense. Turns out i DO remember something from highschool...
User avatar #51 to #28 - masterjogi
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You're wrong. i'm german and "Technisch gesehen hat er die Regeln befolgt" is 100% correct, it translates to he followed the rules from a technical view(gesehen)

Your version on the other hand is incorrect. "It translates to: technical, he followed the rules" or something similar, refers to the way you interpret your ,
#72 to #51 - anon id: b85ecfea
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actually you are wrong too, "Technisch, hat er die Regeln befolgt." is still correct although a little bit unusual it would translate to "Technically, he followed the rules."
#75 to #72 - masterjogi
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Nein das ist kein deutscher Satz, du kannst nicht sagen Technisch, hat er die regeln befolgt. Technisch braucht mindestens ein Hilfsverb oder ein Pronomen, es bildet sonst keinen KOntext zu dem zweiten Satzteil. Bei einem komma gilt das einer der Satzteile auch ohne funktionieren muss.

Technisch. <-- ist kein Satz, auch keine antwort. (Ausser nach wortdefinierenden Fragen)

hat er die Regeln befolgt <- ist auch kein Satz..

Also muss das Komma weg, dann wird es zu: Technisch hat er die Regeln befolgt

Ein Adjektiv muss einem Objekt oder Substantiv zugeordnet sein, das bedeutet technisch bezieht sich auf er oder Regel, technisch und er funktioniert nicht, er ist technisch geht zwar macht aber keinen Sinn. Er hat die technischen Regel befolgt funktioniert zwar (abgesehen von falschem Genus und Numerus), ändert aber den Sinn des Satzes.

Wenn du technisch als Adverb wertest wird es zu: Er hat die Regeln technisch befolgt. Das kommt dem ganzen zwar schon näher hat aber auch eine völlig andere bedeutung.
User avatar #78 to #75 - oehni
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schön zu sehen, dass es noch menschen gibt, die einen ordentlichen deutschen satz bilden können
User avatar #102 to #78 - masterjogi
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Man muss sich die deutsche Sprache ja nicht ruinieren lassen!
User avatar #49 to #28 - prissyboi
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Tho in this sentence befolgt determines the tense
So what he said is correct
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#38 to #28 - anon id: 38de61a0
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Und das ist wahrscheinlich das einzige was du aus der Highschool noch weißt.
#18 to #1 - citruslord
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#14 - guldknight
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#6 - avengerofthenight
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&lt;kids face when
<kids face when
#11 - warbringerii
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If anyone cares, "no inglés" means no english, and "no ingles" means no crotches. The little thingy over the e changes the word a lot
#15 to #11 - tazze
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I'm from spain and don't use the ´ chararter (or &quot;tilde&quot;) anymore, I think it's utterly useless since normally you can tell the meaning just fine with just the context, english has homonyms too and nobody complains about it being &quot;ambiguous&quot;
I'm from spain and don't use the ´ chararter (or "tilde") anymore, I think it's utterly useless since normally you can tell the meaning just fine with just the context, english has homonyms too and nobody complains about it being "ambiguous"
#17 to #15 - warbringerii
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Pero las palabras se ven mas bonitas con tildes
User avatar #67 to #17 - churrundo
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Las palabras sin tilde suenan mal. Pero tú como hispanohablante, suenas mucho peor. Qué les estás enseñando a los gringos?
#68 to #17 - anon id: 463640ad
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Hace falta valor
Escuela de calor
#64 to #15 - hairibar
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Meh, siguen estando mal si no pones las tildes, y te ahorras muchas confusiones. De todas maneras no es un esfuerzo tan grande.
#43 to #15 - sirbutterballs
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Tildes?
Where I'm from their know as accentos.
User avatar #66 to #43 - churrundo
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Tilde is the ortographic symbol. The thing you write.
#47 to #43 - contrary
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tildes is accent.. its just with the relative sentence
#19 to #15 - anon id: 836b6c87
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1st, not every time is perfectly undestandable if you don't write the accent, and second, it's about writing properly, you don't need capital letters, or punctuation signs most of the time either. It's okay if you want to do it for commodity but don't excuse yourself on the accents being useless.
User avatar #53 to #19 - tazze
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as I said, homonyms aren't exclusive to the spanish language and of course, if you strip an english homonym of its context, it becomes ambiguous, but that doesn't matter in real life because there's always a context
#16 - jaketasticness
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Runon sentence champion.. no time for punctuation
Runon sentence champion.. no time for punctuation
#23 to #16 - tiredofthis
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So I guess you could say there was.... Zero Punctuation?
#36 to #23 - EnergizierAnon
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#13 - infinitereaper
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>lived in Germany for 6 years
>Lived in Korea for 1.5 years
>took German Class
>took Spanish Class
>took French Class
>spend hours watching Japanese anime

number of languages I can speak: 1

Edgar Allan Poor
User avatar #25 to #13 - wersand
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What a waste of resources and time abroad.
User avatar #29 to #25 - infinitereaper
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To be fair the German class was real elementary, literally, we didn't learn much other than a few words or phrases, hell it was mostly culture and reading what we couldn't. As for Spanish and French, I hate both of those languages, and am not a fan of the cultures either. I didn't want them in my brain. I'm currently trying to edge myself to learn Japanese. It is literally the only language I hear enough for me to even have a chance at picking it up. I recognize the general language structure and other patterns, I just need to put in the study. Quite frankly, I have a love affair with English, but I'm rather tired of not being able to speak anything else.

I'm not a gifted person. I started off below average in English, even had to attend special reading classes, however, these days, I read faster than most people and I've been told I use this language like an art, if that isn't enough I've gotten flawless on standardized English testing in the U.S. That being said my spelling has always been horrible and I pay absolutely no attention to the rules and bend the language more often than not. I'm not sure really.

If my parents had given a **** I would have known 3 languages by default. Missing that window was **** luck.
#55 - slandersalamander
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This story smells of ********.   
   
Mostly because they had it end the same way that every other tumblr story about someone getting one-upped ends the exact same way: sighing, then leaving the room. Seriously, I've heard it so many times that I automatically find every single story with it in it to be total ********.
This story smells of ********.

Mostly because they had it end the same way that every other tumblr story about someone getting one-upped ends the exact same way: sighing, then leaving the room. Seriously, I've heard it so many times that I automatically find every single story with it in it to be total ********.
User avatar #89 to #55 - mutzaki
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It's like the tumblrettes think people in the real world actually act the way they themselves do online.
User avatar #69 to #55 - askafj
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I still think it was funny
User avatar #60 to #55 - hitterdude
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He's right.
User avatar #50 - greenstrongworld
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I love that by default he goes into German-mode.
User avatar #63 to #50 - taokami
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he must be from the internet then.
#48 - kirkbot
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#8 - include
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User avatar #12 to #8 - Blargosnarf
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Except that's completely wrong.
User avatar #26 to #12 - wersand
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enough women nation fish
ənəf wɪmən neʃən fɪʃ
If you don't know what those are, they are IPA phonetic transcriptions of those four words. Sorry, but it's true.
User avatar #54 to #26 - inomgod
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Except that the location in a word is the reason they are pronounced like so.
"ough" at the of a word is F or silent.
"ation" is always sh.
These are similar to the rule "I before E, except after C".
Location, location, location.
User avatar #9 to #8 - newpolitics [OP]
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i dont know about you but i defiantly dont say women as wimen
User avatar #22 to #9 - nyxeos
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*Definitely.

Unless you're saying that you don't say women as womin in defiance of something.
User avatar #40 to #8 - waaw
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Think about this. Pronounce "gh" like in "though." Pronounce "o" like in "people." Pronounce "t" like in "ballet." Pronounce "i" like in "business." "Ghoti" can now be pronounced as an entirely silent word.