Ein Roter Apfel

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Feb 3, 2010

Ein Roter Apfel by Jothri at 3:20 AM (1,798 Views / 0 Likes) 24 replies

  1. Jothri
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    Hello all! [​IMG] I just started it a couple days ago. I am learning German through "Mind Your Language: lern deutsch."


    how good do you think the language games are for the ds for learning? How are they to you playing and helping? [​IMG]



    So far I only know a few adjectives and nouns and two articles. I don't like the obstical course things. Other than that and the It seems like it is good and it helps me, but I am not a professional on languages and what not... I am just learning german for the hell of it, and it sounds awesome when they are angry [​IMG]

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    "lern"? I want to learn japanese and russian [​IMG]
     
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    For Japanese there is the "Your Training Couch: Japanese" DS game. [​IMG]
     
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    There's also a Mind Your Language for Japanese as well.
     
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    Yup, "lern" means "learn" in german [​IMG]
     
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    aaah du lernst die Deutsche sprache, das ist sehr schon [​IMG]

    ( aaah you're learining German, that's nice [​IMG] )
    i'm learning German at school, it's ok but it's kinda hard sometimes.
     
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    A RED APPLE

    Warning: Spoilers inside!
     
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    [​IMG] Yesss!! that is the first thing I learned on there [​IMG]
     
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    Training couch? As in a couch that you use to train?
    Anyways, I've done a bit of my Japanese couch, seemed ok, but I guess you shouldn't expect to be at university level when you finish.
     
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    Most of these games aren't really Rosetta Stone or anything. They're just small phrase teaching tools. Odds are you'll learn some phrases as well as some minor grammar stuff, but you won't be chatting it up with the German milk maids down the street any time soon. Personally, I'd just pirate Rosetta Stone if I wanted to learn a language.
     
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    Rosetta Stone is a very popular torrent, damn.
    Average of 1.5MB/s
    Been meaning to learn japanese so Bamco can stop screwing me over by not bringing games to english... (though I hate the language =_= So it'll be a real love-hate relationship when learning it)

    and lol, I took German in grade 8.
    I was pretty good, but now I can only remember very simple phrases that probably aren't grammatically correct. Like "Du bist doof"
     
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    Yah I figured [​IMG]
     
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    Stupid language, I have it in school and I always fail at it.
    I just can't remember those articles, it's so hard!
     
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    Tja pech wenn man nich in deutschland wohnt,auf die art kann man eine der schwersten Sprachen von anfang an.
    tranlate that!
     
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    Bad luck if you don't live in Germany, that's where you can speak one of the hardest languages from the beginning.

    Is that a good translation (only used google for the last bit [​IMG] )
     
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    Yeah sounds good.
    If you can speak Dutch, you can understand a lot of German just by thinking a bit.

    Also, you may speak German well (it's your mother language after all), but you can't speak English well.
    It's translate, not tranlate.
     
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    well I like those learning games...they keep you motivated

    I learned for my theoretical driving test with one
     
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    Where do i have to live to learn Latin from the beginning - Much harder language.
     
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    You'll need a time machine, I'm afraid. Perhaps if you're lucky, someone'll make a TARDIS homebrew for the DS.
     

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