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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by DobermanVincent, Aug 16, 2009.
I'm wanting to learn German , anybody got any ideas on how I can type, speak the full language?
I speak fluent French.
Do you have a local college that does evening classes?
I'm not sure - how long do you think it will take to learn full German?
Depends upon you really - how quick do you learn? What is your memory like? Are you planning on living in Germany, or being around people who speak German all the time - you will pick it up more quickly if that is the case.
Evening classes will tend to be either German conversation (which will be useful, but probably slow-moving) or GCSE German, which will focus on grammar etc as well. If you wanted to learn more quickly, you could look at buying one of the language courses such as this:
Rosetta Stone | Language Learning Software
I live in Scotland and are still learning the language.. they got some real weird words up here!
you can also buy cd's with different languages...to get loads of practise....and learn the language......and obviously night classes...i have problems speaking english at times...
I can speak a bit of french and spanish, only up to gcse level though. Failed french a level!
I speak Level 1 British Sign Language
German would be a great language to speak, I've always wanted to learn. I hope you find a good class. Sorry I can't be of any help.
English, a very small amount of German, and REALLY bad Finnish (except for expeletives).
erm ive got a gcse grade B in german
i can sort of remember it , i can understand it more listening to it rather than speaking it
A little bit of french, and then I'm starting German this year at high school.
Conversation German? About 2 years with a GCSE course depending on how fast you learn.
Full German? French took me around 7 years to learn fully.
It would take years and probably living in Germany/knowing a German person who will speak to you only in German to be fluent. To conversation level a couple of years.
I speak a bit of french, spanish, latin and ancient greek. I'm starting to learn Italian.
i a can speak geordi
Are you from Newcastle? That's one of my favourite accents!!
I speak very fluent "spoonerism"
I am well known for mixing my words up. And it's not just me it seems to run in my family!
For example I once said to my hubby "I need to go shows clopping" (work that one out!) and we should go to that par cark it's less busy"
But my cousin topped me one day shortly after my mum died and we were chatting when she said "Aunty Wendy really loved her Stiff Pilchard! Now incase you're sat trying to work that one out it was nowt like it was meant to be she honestly meant to say Cliff Richard!!!:001_rolleyes:
So I have trouble with the Queens English let alone any other language.
LOL, very funny I'm guilty of the same sometimes
I am geordie
I can speak a bit of Afrikaans, Zulu, french and Spanish!
I can speak fluent 'CHAV'
It's the only way I can understand what my 14 year old neice is saying lol