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Learning German Language


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According to the first sentence, you simply have no idea what you're talking about. Obviously, if you speak another Germanic language, it's easier to understand German than someone who speaks only Asian languages.

But hundreds of thousands of Americans, Britons, Australians and Canadians in Germany can testify to how wrong you are.

But those who speak Dutch or Swedish, for example, can really learn German relatively easily, but they do not "know German either."

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I speak German and English, there are many similar words, but between being an English speaker and "knowing German" there is something like 600-1500 hours of study.

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deutschland#Geschichte

Clearly, it is possible to identify thatJahre it years or hseit is since (although not always used in the same cases as in English), but overall, the common roots of German, English and English evolved differently.

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Why get involved. Travel as a tourist to Turkey, which is known to use English spelling and try to understand signs signs menus and messages on the train.

Now I returned from a weekend in Berlin and to my surprise I had very easy to understand messages and menus. I even used vending machines for tickets and did not bother to become English.

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Why get involved. Travel as a tourist to Turkey, which is known to use English spelling and try to understand signs signs menus and messages on the train.

Now I returned from a weekend in Berlin and to my surprise I had very easy to understand messages and menus. I even used vending machines for tickets and did not bother to become English.

Yiddish is not an Indo-European language, the script has no connection, Yiddish is a language written with Hebrew spelling, but in fact it is a language very similar to German, Yiddish speakers are much easier to understand German, in fact many claim that Yiddish is a broken dialect of German.

Again I will accept that for those who speak English, it will be easier to learn German than someone who speaks only Hebrew, but here it ends.

For example, a triad of immigrants from English-speaking countries in Germany:

http://www.toytowngermany.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=34039

And do not really need to know German to understand what is Monatskarte, Geldautomat or Parkplatz.

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