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video The German language compared to other languages.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlATOHGj9EY

 

I can confirm the accuracy of this video.

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I'm guilty of reading anything written in German with an angry, shouting voice in my head.

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Heh reminds me of my grandmother who was German, I don't speak a word of it myself but no matter what she said to me it always sounded angry.

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In Germany we might have strong words but its not as bad as Russian where not matter what they say they sound like they are about to end your life.

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LMAO   :laugh:

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlATOHGj9EY

 

I can confirm the accuracy of this video.

 

Haha. Saw this and others in the series (think there are 2 or 3 of them) a couple of months ago. My German colleagues found it hilarious.

 

"Krankenwagen!!' 

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LOL gonna send this to my wife

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Lmao that sounds painful, contorting your face into so many different shapes every time. :D  

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How about Swedish? It's more pure language with a nice tone on the tongue.

Words in order by the video: #1 Flygplan,#2

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Very Funny, they should make one with old Japaneses guys.

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