Monday, October 27, 2014

German: Komparation von Adjektiven



Unsure about the comparative form for German adjectives? Take a look at DW's handy chart:



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German: Verschiedene weitere Pluralformen



From Deutsche Grammatik 2.0 on additional plural forms of nouns:

http://www.deutschegrammatik20.de/das-substantiv-nomen/numerus-singular-plural/verschiedene-pluralformen/



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German: DW sicherlich vs. definitiv



From DW's Learn German page:

Was man leicht verwechselt: DEFINITIV vs. SICHERLICH

definitiv = so, dass etw. auf jeden Fall so ist; endgültig; sich ganz sicher über etwas sein

Ich habe die Schlüssel definitiv auf den Tisch gelegt! Jemand muss sie gestohlen haben. 
Ich habe dir definitiv gesagt, dass du heute Abend babysitten musst!
Ich habe immer noch keine definitive Zusage von der neuen Firma. Bis ich die bekomme, bewerbe ich mich weiter.

sicherlich = so, dass der Sprecher vermutet, dass etw. so ist

Sicherlich wird er anrufen, wenn er zu spät kommt.
Was er sagt, ist sicherlich die Wahrheit. Aber so ganz vertraue ich ihm nicht.
Du hast sicherlich noch ganz viele weitere Ideen für deine Masterarbeit, oder?




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German: 18 Weird Words You Won't Believe Exist


Check out this post from FluentU on German words you didn't believe exist:

http://www.fluentu.com/german/blog/weird-german-words-vocabulary/


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Saturday, October 25, 2014

German: DW Watch German TV


From Deutsche Welle's Learn German page:

Super Nachrichten für alle, die gerne deutsches Fernsehen gucken möchten!
http://deutsch-lerner.blog.de/2014/10/15/deutsches-fernsehen-online-mediathekview-19566865/
In diesem Blogbeitrag wird beschrieben, wie ihr überall auf der Welt legal deutsche Fernsehsendungen anschauen könnt. Mit einem kostenlosen Programm
bekommt ihr eine Übersicht über alle Sendungen auf allen Programmen und könnt von dort aus direkt mit einem Klick die Sendung starten. Toll, oder?

Kennt ihr noch jemanden, den das interessieren würde? Dann teilt unseren Beitrag doch mit ihm/ihr!



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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

German: Tokio Hotel - Durch den Monsun (song)




Here is Christina with another German song!
This time: "Durch den Monsun" ("Through the Monsoon") by Tokio Hotel




Here are the lyrics in German with English translation:

Deutsch

Durch den Monsun

Das Fenster öffnet sich nicht mehr.
Hier drin ist es voll von dir und leer
Und vor mir
geht die letzte Kerze aus.
Ich warte schon ‘ne Ewigkeit.
Endlich ist es jetzt so weit,
Da draußen ziehen
die schwarzen Wolken auf.

Ich muss durch den Monsun,
Hinter die Welt, ans Ende der Zeit,
Bis kein Regen mehr fällt,
Gegen den Sturm,
am Abgrund entlang.
Und wenn ich nicht mehr kann,
denk ich daran:
Irgendwann laufen wir zusamm’
Durch den Monsun,
dann wird alles gut.

Ein halber Mond versinkt
vor mir.
War der eben noch bei dir?
Und hält er wirklich,
was er mir verspricht?
Ich weiß, dass ich dich finden kann,
hör deinen Namen im Orkan.
Ich glaub, noch mehr dran glauben
kann ich nicht.

Ich muss durch den Monsun,
Hinter die Welt, ans Ende der Zeit,
Bis kein Regen mehr fällt.
Gegen den Sturm, am Abgrund entlang.
Und wenn ich nicht mehr kann,
denk ich daran:
Irgendwann laufen wir zusamm’,
Weil uns einfach nichts mehr halten kann,
Durch den Monsun.

Ich kämpf mich
Durch die Mächte hinter dieser Tür.
Werde sie besiegen, 

Und dann führen sie mich zu dir.
Dann wird alles gut.
Dann wird alles gut.
Wird alles gut
Alles gut

Ich muss durch den Monsun,
Hinter die Welt, ans Ende der Zeit,
Bis kein Regen mehr fällt,
Gegen den Sturm, am Abgrund entlang.
Und wenn ich nicht mehr kann,
denk ich daran:
Irgendwann laufen wir zusamm’,
Weil uns einfach nichts mehr halten kann
Durch den Monsun
Durch den Monsun

Dann wird alles gut
Durch den Monsun
Dann wird alles gut

English Translation

Through the Monsoon

The window won’t open any more.
Here inside it is full of you and empty.
And the last candle goes out
in front of me.
I wait forever.
Finally it’s at a point where
Outside the black clouds
are approaching.

I have to get through the monsoon,
Behind the world, to the end of time,
Until it’s not raining anymore.
Against the storm,
along the abyss,
And when I can’t go anymore,
I think that
Sometime we’ll run together
Through the monsoon,
and all will be well.

A half moon sinks (to insignificance)
in front of me.
Wasn’t it just with you?
And does it really keep
what it promises me?
I know I can find you.
I hear your name in the hurricane.
I believe, it’s impossible
to believe it more. 

I have to get through the monsoon,
Behind the world, to the end of time,
Until it’s not raining anymore.
Against the storm, along the abyss,
And when I can’t go anymore,
I think that
Sometime we’ll run together
Because nothing more can stop us
Through the monsoon.

I battle my way
Through the powers that be behind this door.
I’ll conquer them, 

And then they’ll lead me to you.
Then all will be well.
Then all will be well.
All will be well
All’s well.

I have to get through the monsoon,
Behind the world, to the end of time,
Until it’s not raining anymore.
Against the storm, along the abyss,
And when I can’t go anymore,
I think that
Sometime we’ll run together
Because nothing more can stop us
Through the monsoon.
Through the monsoon.

Then all will be well.
Through the monsoon.
Then all will be well. 




If you want to find out more about Tokio Hotel, you should check out their website:
http://www.tokiohotel.com/




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24 Words That Are Better in German (BuzzFeed)



Hi all, here is a recent BuzzFeed article for German.

24 Words That Are Better in German:

http://www.buzzfeed.com/awesomer/better-german-words

You could use this as part of a vocabulary lesson or to illustrate differences between English and German.

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Monday, October 6, 2014

German: Sven van Thom - Seit du weg bist (song)




Here is Christina with another German song!
This time: "Seit du weg bist" ("Since you've been gone") by Sven van Thom.




Here are the lyrics in German with English translation:

Deutsch

Seit du weg bist

Seitdem du weg bist, bleib ich allein.
Es liegt das Herz in meiner Brust
schwer wie ein Stein.
Seitdem du weg bist,
geht’s mir nicht gut,
Wie einem seekranken Matrosen 

mit Skorbut.

Seitdem du weg bist, ist alles schlecht.
Wenn ich mich schneide,
dann noch nicht mal fachgerecht.
Seitdem du weg bist,
klappt gar nichts mehr.
Du gehst an mir vorbei
und schaust nach vorn,
aber ich schau nur hinterher.

Seit du weg bist,
seit du weg bist,
Ist grau noch viel,
viel grauer
und schmeckt Zucker nur noch sauer.
Seit du weg bist,
seit du weg bist,
Sehen Kätzchen aus wie Ratten
und die Sonne selbst wirft Schatten.

Seitdem du weg bist,
bin ich ein Wrack,
Und alle Freunde, die mich sehen,
schreien „What the f***?!“
Seitdem du weg bist,
kann ich nicht schlafen
Und schwanke ziellos
wie ein Kutter ohne Hafen.

Seitdem du weg bist,
ist täglich nicht mein Tag
Wie bei ´nem Masochisten,
den keiner schlagen mag.
Seitdem du weg bist,
ist alles Schrott
So wie bei einem Katholiken,
der im Sterben liegt und merkt,
es gibt keinen Gott.

Seit du weg bist,
seit du weg bist,
Ist grau noch viel, viel grauer
und schmeckt Zucker nur noch sauer.
Seit du weg bist,
seit du weg bist,
Sehen Kätzchen aus wie Ratten
und die Sonne selbst wirft Schatten.

So als hätte man alles
Schöne mir gestohlen,
Selbst die Nachtigall singt
Songs von Dieter Bohlen.
Ich kann nicht weiter fallen,
denn tiefer geht’s nicht mehr,
Und ich vermisse dich so sehr.

Seit du weg bist,
seit du weg bist,
Trink ich noch exzessiver
und der Tod ist attraktiver.
Seit du weg bist,
seit du weg bist,
Fließt Pech durch meine Venen
und das Atmen ist ein Gähnen.

Seit du weg bist,
seit du weg bist,
Schmeckt selbst Pfeffer nur noch schal
und mir ist alles ganz egal.
Seit du weg bist,
seit du weg bist,
Sehen Kätzchen aus wie Ratten
und die Sonne selbst wirft Schatten.

English Translation

Since you’ve been gone

Since you’ve been gone, I remain alone.
My heart in my chest is
as heavy as a stone.
Since you’ve been gone,
I’m not doing so well,
Like a seasick sailor 

with scurvy.

Since you’ve been gone, everything is bad.
When I cut myself,
it’s not even professionally.
Since you’ve been gone,
 nothing works anymore.
You pass me by 

and look straight ahead,
but my eyes can only follow you.

Since you’ve been gone,
since you’ve been gone,
Gray is much,
much grayer
and sugar only tastes sour.
Since you’ve been gone,
since you’ve been gone,
Kitties look like rats
and even the sun throws shadows.

Since you’ve been gone,
I’m a wreck,
And all my friends that see me
cry “What the f***?”
Since you’ve been gone,
I can’t sleep
And move without a destination
like a cutter without a harbor.

Since you’ve been gone,
every day it’s not my day
Like for a masochist
whom nobody wants to hit.
Since you’ve been gone,
everything is crap
Like for a Catholic
on his deathbed
who realizes there is no god.

Since you’ve been gone,
since you’ve been gone,
Gray is much, much grayer
and sugar only tastes sour.
Since you’ve been gone,
since you’ve been gone,
Kitties look like rats
and even the sun throws shadows.

It’s like someone stole
everything beautiful from me,
Even the nightingale sings
songs by Dieter Bohlen.
I can’t fall any further,
because it can’t get any deeper,
And I miss you so much.

Since you’ve been gone,
since you’ve been gone,
I drink even more excessively
and death is more attractive.
Since you’ve been gone,
since you’ve been gone,
Bad luck is flowing through my veins
and my breathing is a yawn.

Since you’ve been gone,
since you’ve been gone,
Even pepper only tastes stale
and nothing matters to me at all.
Since you’ve been gone,
since you’ve been gone,
Kitties look like rats
and even the sun throws shadows.




Check out Sven van Thom's official website to find out more about this young and upcoming German singer:

http://www.svenvanthom.de/





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