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Sonntag, 25. April 2010, 20:20

One Piece

Finally i've seen the 100th episode of One Piece. I hate these kind of subtitles. I must looking up for the meaning of every 20 words. Each second or third of these twenty words wasn't wrote in my dictionary and it's going worse. Under the week i have an internetaccess only for a short time. So i couldn't looking for the meaning of some words.

Exampel;
Nannies, deem, uninhabited, pummel and many other words.

but the peakof this crap was the meaning of the german word "Krankenhaus". They didn't only wrote "hospital", but also they wrote any other shit word which i can't remember it.

What the fuck is this shit?
Or simply i need a new dictionary?

Please correct me if i had wrote something wrong.

In this text i must looking up for 6 words.
Was ist an dem Wort "Nein" eigentlich so schwer zu verstehen? Vier Buchstaben, das Gegenteil von Ja!

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Sonntag, 25. April 2010, 20:49

Nannies ->Tagesmütter
deem -> to deem=meinen / to deem so. sth.= jmd. für Akk. halter/erachten / to deem sth.= etw. Akk. befinden
uninhabited = unbewohnt
pummel = auf jemd. einprügeln/einschlagen

http://dict.leo.org hilft dabei

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Sonntag, 25. April 2010, 22:12

Danke, aber für Nannies, kann sein, daß ich das jetzt auch falsch geschrieben habe, hatte ich irgendwo "Idiot" gefunden.

Das Word war "Ninnies"!
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Montag, 26. April 2010, 00:50

Wait what? An English thread in my forums, well, why not. I tend to write every other tweet in English anyway just for fun not for my international readers (as there are none XD). leo really is a great help, I'm using it all the time, even my sister uses it but she also contributes ;)

And I second Ninny meaning "Trottel" or "Dussel" or stuff like that.

> Please correct me if i had wrote something wrong.

As you wish.

> I must looking up for the meaning of every 20 words. Each second or third of these twenty words wasn't wrote in my dictionary and it's going worse.

I'm not sure, if I got you right here. Did you have to look up every 20th word? Like you understood all the other 19? Or did you need to look up 20 words in a certain time frame and out of these 20 you couldn't find 2 or 3? o_O I'd like to help you more.

> Under the week i have an internetaccess only for a short time.

The correct term would be during workdays, there is no such thing as below or above a week in the English language ;)

> but the peakof this crap was the meaning of the german word "Krankenhaus". They didn't only wrote "hospital", but also they wrote any other shit word which i can't remember it.

Can't remember that one? Ryo, do you? Probably there was some #beer involved messing with my brain.

> What the fuck is this shit?

Well done <3

> Or do I simply i need a new dictionary?

> In this text i must looking up for 6 words.

You mean you had to since you already finished writing, anyway there's no need for the progressive form: I have to look up, I must look up, I need to look up, I had to look up, "I've had to look up" would be the most correct version since you just finished it, like it's still warm ;) but I don't wanna start nitpicking XD

btw: I had to look up 3 terms while writing the text above :D

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Montag, 26. April 2010, 19:41

It' complicated. I still have to lern so much. :(

Thanks for the help. Let's change it in an english lesson thread. ;)
Was ist an dem Wort "Nein" eigentlich so schwer zu verstehen? Vier Buchstaben, das Gegenteil von Ja!

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Montag, 26. April 2010, 19:54

This topic is now known as "English for runaways - Englisch für Fortgeschrittene" ^^

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Montag, 26. April 2010, 20:14

Lets start lessen 1!

oh my time is over. see ya tomorrow.
Was ist an dem Wort "Nein" eigentlich so schwer zu verstehen? Vier Buchstaben, das Gegenteil von Ja!

Ryo-o-ji-san

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Montag, 26. April 2010, 21:49

Lets start lessen 1!

oh my time is over. see ya tomorrow.
Lets Let`s
lessen lesson
oh Oh
ya you

Übersetzung:
a)
Lasst uns mit Lektion 1 beginnen!
Oh, meine Zeit ist abgelaufen. Man sieht sich morgen.

b)
Lasst starten Schulstunde 1!
Oh, meine Zeit ist Mehrbetrag. Amtssitz eines Bischofs du morgen.

dict.leo.org ist so porno!!1einself!11! ^^

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Montag, 26. April 2010, 22:43

It' complicated. I still have to lern so much. :(

Thanks for the help. Let's change it in an english lesson thread. ;)
Still much to learn you have, my young apprentice ;)
It' complicated. I have still so much to learn. :(

Thanks for the help. Let's change it to an english lesson thread. ;)
4 teh lulz
I dun get it, guess I still gotta learn some stuff :(

Thx anyway. This is now an English Lesson thread ;)
google is your friend
それは複雑である. 私は多くを学ぶ必要がある ;__;
協力いただきありがとうございます.私たちは退屈な英語学習にこれを変換しよう ^_~

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Mittwoch, 28. April 2010, 14:20

@all of you: You've got too much time for this stuff. ^^
"Ich nehm das Gericht für 7 Uhr 30..."

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Mittwoch, 28. April 2010, 17:55



> I must looking up for the meaning of every 20 words. Each second or third of these twenty words wasn't wrote in my dictionary and it's going worse.

I'm not sure, if I got you right here. Did you have to look up every 20th word? Like you understood all the other 19? Or did you need to look up 20 words in a certain time frame and out of these 20 you couldn't find 2 or 3? o_O I'd like to help you more.

I had to look up about every twenty word. Every second or third of the words i need to look up i couldn't found in the dictionary. I hope it was understandible.


@all of you: You've got too much time for this stuff. ^^

I don't know what you talking about. I havn't any time to waste.
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Donnerstag, 29. April 2010, 00:16

I had to look up about every twentieth word. Every second or third of these words i needed to look up i couldn't find in the dictionary. I hope it was understandable.
fixed ;)
and understandable this time, thanks

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Donnerstag, 6. Mai 2010, 10:35

quite so, my friends ;)
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