Most lutefisk is not edible by normal people. FLO -- Habe von Forceware 70 gelesen, aber die gibt es nicht. Gibt es Literatur zu diesem Thema? Eine Frage an die Linguisten und co. Drift hilft leider nicht weiter und das Wiktionary scheint noch nicht soweit zu sein. Der alte Duden sagt auch "die". Google-Hits helfen nicht, weil "der Drift" als weiblicher Genitiv ja absolut ok ist. Oder haben der und die Drift gar verschiedene Bedeutungen? LG, -- HardDisk rm -rf , Hallo, ich suche Literatur zu Sartre, die auf seine Vorstellungen zum Existenzialismus eingeht.
Ich selbst hab schon ein bisschen Kontakt zur Philosophie, sollte aber auch gut zu lesen sein. Gibt es dazu eine Fatwa? Das ist ganz praktisch, weil in Kairo die Sonne auch im Sommer kaum nach sieben Uhr untergeht. Was sagen die Inschriften aus? Mehr erkenne ich nicht.
Oder sind die gleich doppelt gelegt? Bei der Recherche zu Kuno zu Rantzau-Breitenburg war zu lesen, er habe sein juristisches Examen 2. Gab es schonmal einen homosexuellen Wrestler? John Jack , Vielen Dank -- Bradypus , 1. Stimmt das? Gibt es eine Art Psychologen auf der Wikipedia? Mit anderen Worten: Benutzer die sich auf der Wikipedia als Psychologen ausgeben wie Wikipediapsychologen oder Wikipsychologen. Aha, gibt es sonst Internetpsychologen auf anderen Webseiten die nur online versuchen jemandem weiterzuhelfen?
Jack , Nachdem das Monitorkabel meines PCs wohl 'nen Wackelkontakt hat, hat sich ein Bekannter angeboten, mir ein neues zu besorgen. Wikipedia-Artikel bzw. MfG -- Und wichtiger: Was mach ich dagegen? Hat jemand ne Empfehlung? Du suchst Netzfilter , z. Tolle Sache. Wie kann dann eine Wikipedia in so einem Staat entstehen? Nun hat unser Kind blaue Augen. Ich selber bin braunXblau und habe eine blauXblau-Tochter. Na, aus welchem Land kommt meine Frau? Immer braun? Joyborg , 1. FreddyE , 1. Alles NT-Systemdienste. Wobei aber hier die Frage ist, warum die eine Software benutzt, deren Anwendung Du nicht beherrscht?
Wie Du siehst, ist das Thema sehr komplex. Lesenswert dazu ist das hier. Kennt jemand ein gutes Tool um das mal zu machen? Diese war durch Bakterien bereits kurz nach dem Untergang zerfressen worden. Regional Tasting. Mitton Wines Cellar. Ten Exceptional Australian Wines. Private Wine Cellar. Ray Mann urban soul in concert Ned Collette singer-songwriter in concert Berlin Guitars presents: Airbourne hard rock on tour - new album Black Dog Barking released in May A two-day program of diverse events will unfold over two days, October across the Spreewald.
A program including a range of speakers and presentations, film, and the official unveiling of a Leichhardt 'stele' by Australian artist Sue Hayward, the conference on the 23 October is scheduled to include a live link to the University of Queensland symposium in Brisbane. From Karnivool alternative-rock in concert The Cat Empire in concert! Renny Field singer-songwriter in concert Tim McMillan singer-songwriter in concert They are collected and created items, some studio refuse, some have undergone fabrication and other works have been created with more regular studio painting processes.
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Never heard this expression before. Pippa G: Thank you for your corrections, they are always appreciated. I really should have known better. Must have been a wonderful event, and Hamburg is quite a good place to be. Kisan: I read "What I loved", too, and really liked it. In former times I would have declined to not finish a book but now I see things different.
There are so many books I still want to read and there is never enough time for it. Some books we read in our literature group remain unfinished without batting an eye. Not only that it became a very short posting, it was full of mistakes on top of it. One part should have read: Amy: Emil may have prepared for rain and two thunderstorms. Could you then say "I prepared for rain and thunderstorms.
Comment hm -- us, the verb "to enable sth. I would have thought that enable requires an object like "enables us", but LEO has "to enable sth. I'm still not sure whether a sentence like the one above can be correct. I would have chosen another verb, e. But I would stumble over the same questions with those verbs.
What do the ENS think? I malways ask myself how to explaomn a hot and hot spicy dish. In German I know that you know but to make it clear to our ENS we may say "das Fleisch schmeckt schlecht" or "das Fleisch hat einen schlechten Geschmack" to express that the meat tasted badly. We also may say "Der Kerl schmeckt mir nicht" I don't like that guy.
When I said "He's got a bad taste" I don't mean "He's of bad taste"? I looked it up - there's no congeneric word to "taste". Comment re Oh - there is another word with regard to meat: flavour! Are veggies in here? It might apply to salad, too! Lara Chu - Everybody knows but me? What's going to happen in 99 days?? Comment Thanks, Lara, that was helpful! I understand that you could give better hints if you knew the whole sentence, but I can't post it here.
And it is anyway a "Bandwurmsatz" that somehow has to be disentangled. Sweat it out, Lara! Comment But what is a "Hemmele"? Well, that's me. Amy sometimes contributes there in the Swabian chatroom. Lara gets back to university to get a Ph. Comment Genau, bluesky! Comment hm - Liebe Lehrer, liebe Lehrerinnen, wie viel langer habt Ihr denn noch bis den?
Almost 3 months! So please be so kind and ask again in July. I must confess that it's still a difficult thing for me to do, but it's good that you reminded me of my resolution. There might actually have been a couple of books I could have done without. Das Wort ist super! Nach enables braucht man ein Substantiv, oder einen Halbsatz wie "enables him to analyze the data". Laut Tante Wiki gibt es auch eine Version mit snigs und Schnecken, wo snigs ein altes kumbrisches Cumbrian?
Und harambee selbst einen Link dazu gefunden. Laut merriam-webster. Alles klar? Pippa hat recht.
No similar word? Statt "My dog smells badly" nimm tastes badly. Und das meistens am ersten Tag. Da wir Trimester haben, verbringen sie mindestens 6 Tage damit! Kennen wir nicht alle welche? Sunday 2nd Sunday in May is Mothers' Day, big business for the flower shops. I had no idea. Whoever heard of Father's Day before Mother's Day? In Austria it's the second Sunday in June, i. I can't think of a good alternative at the moment, though Und Goldammer, der Kirchentag klingt auch super, besonders das Singen.
Aber ich denke nicht, dass alle Lehrer so sind. Wie der Schulbezirk die Leistungen individueller Lehrer bzw. Schule misst. Unglaublich so was eigentlich. For those who [shake] are shaking their heads now in despair I've got a lot of friends over here [being] in the teaching[-]business I know that [the] Duden has allowed Back to the office tomorrow At present there's absolutely no need for it Not only that [I'm] I've been sitting in the office again the whole day, it's also been cloudy, raining or pouring since yesterday English - speaking countries Goldammer I had [wonderful days] a wonderful time in Hamburg Bis dann Poor snails Please help me to solve my problem tranlating "Geschmack": To start with the a : there is no a with regard to taste.
When I wrote "congeneric" congenerous might be better? I looked for a similar word to "taste" but excluding the senses of tongue and palate. What do ENS say when they see a person dressed awfully? Besides "She's dressed awfully" of course. Even my friends have a sense of humor but it's really - demure sometimes. Thanks a lot for the Korrekturitos!
Just one question regarding "The Duden". You don't say "The Bible"? I think "abnehmen" is the word you're looking for. Comment 66, hm : Do my proposals meet your intentions? MiMis - no saxon genitive as you know. I feel that "wohl" does match with "possibly, one says Comment Wow, hm--us , such a lot of correcturitos for everyone! That is certainly your good deed of the day, thanks! I'd probably use the verb, i. Comment hm, I wish your mother all the best for the surgery! However, I would not rule out that my choice of "can not" was on purpose in that case.
Using "can not" seems to be allowed sometimes, see e.
Though it sounds like "Beamtendeutsch" Comment 72 harambee : can not sounds perfect to me when you want to point out the negation, espacially when comparing You can do this IMMO In my miserable opinion Hi, Advohannes , where did we meet before? It wasn't this thread, was it? Instead, I would suggest something like "einen Eingangstest schreiben lassen ". Sorry, harambee, I didn't want to play down the heavy rainfall that hit your area. After all, "sugar" has spurred the revelation of interesting information about the composition of various people. A few minutes ago, there was a squirrel outside.
It was on top of a roof examining the tiles and crevices. I hope it finds what it is looking for as long as it is no wren's nest - after all, it was a red squirrel. All the best wishes to your mother, hm. I hope everything will turn out all right. Comment Sorry, Advohannes, I had not seen your But there are so many other things to consider: squirrels, rain, sunshine, clouds, emails. Is this ADS? Comment Emil, I'll forgive you! Comment Thank you, harambee! I am a rarely seen guest snail. Best thing I can do this day. Comment Re You don't say "The Bible"?
Eigentlich, ja, nur mit "the" klein: "Many colleges offer a course in which they study Bible as literature. Comment Eigentlich, ja, nur mit "the" klein: "Many colleges offer a course in which they study Bible as literature. You said "yes" and then wrote a sentence without "the" - wouldn't it have to be Comment Ups! Das war ein Tippfehler.
Comment Hi snails, couldn't take a look in the snail house for three days because I have been in the "Schlaflabor". I have slept quite good, despite of all the equipment they attached on me. Steve, ich hoffe, Du bist gut ausgeruht. Aber diese "waagerechte Ingeneurarbeit" kann doch anstrengend sein, oder? Comment Steve : Schlaflabor? Das klingt nicht so toll. Ich hoffe, es geht dir bald besser. Einerseits ist das schade, denn wir werden uns nur selten sehen, andererseits haben wir jetzt einen weiteren Grund Texas zu besuchen. Die Firma verlegt den Arbeitsplatz unseres Freundes nach Texas.
Wenn er weiter arbeiten will, muss er dorthin ziehen. Wahnsinn, oder? Frische Bagels in ein Korb tu. Comment Adding creamed cheese and salmon for breakfast Another bridge holiday for many Germans after Christ's Ascension yesterday. May is a month with many holidays in Germany. I remember that it was almost a fight in some groups at work who was going to take "OFF" on such occasions. IF it does not rain, I will have to clean out some weed between the tiles on my garden path.
Comment That's what I call breakfast, walterwigh! Creame cheese with salmon! It's a pitty that I had my frugal Wasa- breakfast already. Yes, spring is a labour ontensive season. Nature is so - dirty! Comment okay, [baglechewandcoffeedringthankyou Amy ] "Search and you will find", okay they found something out about my sleep and soon I will get a mashine against snoring. It seems that very often companies in the US move within the country or to oversea. Everybody who could not move lost his job. That is quite cruel. The seasonal weed right now is the "Giersch".
I'd also like to know - there was already a question, wasn't there? To my best knowledge Father's Day is on the first Sunday in June. Is this another, this time not linguistic, difference between Austria and Germany or did I miss a change in this habit during the past years? Comment 89 - Oops!
Everybody knows that the "i" is beside the "o" and could imagine that i wanted to type " i ntensive" Sachs : Father's day has always been at least in Germany at "Christi Himmelfahrt" which always is a thursday - giving a long weekend for a short holiday trip. But as far as I remember, normally the "Vatertag" followed the "Muttertag", like it did last year. Comment Good morning, everybody! Comment I see, RenaRd, there is indeed a regional difference.
But the day never was of much importance here at least in my family , so this might be an acceptable mistake. Comment Unkraut vs. Don't we Germans say "ins Kraut sing. Sachs : That's funny! Anyway, I remember "Vatertag" in my region as just "another reason for nore or less young men to drink".
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Fathers rarely had the opportunity to leave their fanilies for a day-off drinking. I love to recieve a caring letter or call from my daughter then - but not only on "Vatertag". I don't claim that it is non-existent. However, I never do that, to me that's all Unkraut. Comment Oh, hello harambee : Sorry, I didn't notice your tiny posting As you do I prefer to say "Dies Unkraut sing. Auf Englisch ist es ganz klar ein "weed", zwei oder mehr "weeds". Der Vatertag hier in Australien ist erst am ersten Sonntag im September. Sie betrinken sich aber nicht. Gesamtheit von Pflanzen, die zwischen angebauten Pflanzen wild wachsen Grammatik ohne Plural Beispiele das Unkraut wuchert NB: ich bin absoluter Nichtraucher in jeder Hinsicht nur, dass das klar ist ;.
Comment I found the Duden entry too in the meantime. I see the difference, but still I don't think I'd ever use the plural in real life. No shit Comment Carullus Comment Which reminds me that there was some "Maria Juana" growing in my garden when we inherited a "Wellensittich" I admit that I do not know the specific names for weeds, just dandelion comes to my mind.
It is called Rucola instead Comment sachs : I'm too sorry. How could I think you're male?! Can you forgive me? Thanks for the hint, Pippa G! But there's a smily afterwards. So you did?? Maybe they just changed their look and name. Comment RenaRd: After you connected me to the right Sachs one of my favourite opera roles , you are forgiven ;-. Comment I gave a landscape gardener a lift the other day, and he said that the word "Unkraut" doesn't actually exist, it's all "Wildkraut" - one of those "Schraubenzieher" words, apparently. I have no idea if that's true but he did do a three-year apprenticeship so he might know what he's talking about.
Either it's all Wildkraut or not, I would have thought. Or is a single one a nuicance and and lots of them mother nature's children? Pippa, you didn't have a wild youth then? You didn't even not inhale? Frische Bagels in einen ein Korb tu. Comment I ignored you successfully, didn't I? But will you really persevere? Die Namen sind nicht 6g. Comment It's not really controversial so much as mystifying - I can't argue with something that I don't understand in the first place ;.
Comment Oops! Thank you, Robert. Of course you're right. I was fumbling around with this sentence to get it right long enough to finally forget this one esential word. Weltkrieg und den Schlieffen-Plan. Er unterrichtet Geschichte.
Seine Frage war: was bedeutet der Name bzw. Ich habe nach einer Etymologie gesucht aber nichts gefunden. Comment [smuggling an "s" into my ] Maybe I better call it a day. My English certainly doesn't get better the later the evening. Good night or good any other time of the day. One of my favourite songs is "Been there done that" by Brian Eno and John Cale ;- — okay, the translation may be rather "6gear". Comment Robert: Yes, it's simply named after field marshal general?
Count Alfred von Schlieffen. Ist auch gut so. Comment Danke Carullus und Lucy. Darum ging es. Comment There is a snail-race on again! Thank you for the new house, kisan! Very pretty. I hope hm's mother got through her surgery and is recuperating at home. Unkraut is anything you don't want to grow in a certain place. So, if I have a field of peas and in the middle some roses, the roses are the Unkraut. Simple as that. Dann does not really work here - to me it sounds like she sat there composing and then started to direct the composition on the spot :.
Comment note to self: Don't post if you are in a silly mood. The statement about weeds and wild plants was meant to be a lame joke. Not a very good one, I know, since it needs explaining I simply made up the sentence in Having said that, dandelion is not rucola by any means! Comment , Robert once had the meaning "Glorreicher Ruhm", my beloved wife's forename Ingrid once meant "Stolzer Reiter", mine might be deviated from "Stammeserbe" You see what I mean: Only noble names wherever you gaze!
So far to ethymology To give an example Goldammer , this is for you : In the southwestern area of Germany dozens of village-names are ending with? In the 15th century settlements had been named after their inhabitants. Thus looking for the family "Reutling" you may have asked "Where do the Reutlin gen live? The ending -en regarding the people transformed into -er less than years later.
From "Does" came "Dose" a friend of mine knows, etc. Thus "Schlieffen might descend from "Schleifen" or the profession " Scheren- Schleifer". Just an idea worth to be followed up by somebody else So maybe there was a chimney sweep or a miner amongst the ancestors of the then nobel von Schlieffen? Comment You see what I mean: Only noble names wherever you gaze! Of course there's Barbara the foreign one , Claudia the lame one , Calvin the bald one , Caecilia the bline one etc.
Actually, Carullus , I was kidding as the smily indicates. Because everybody with a noble name mentions it, like people may say "I'm re-born. I'm sure in my former life I've been a princess in Egypt". Of course nobody dreams of being a worker at the pyramids! But anyway, I thank you for showing me "negative" examples I never heard of. And where in Texas? Only if you want to tell I loved to live in Austin and I can imagine a lot of great places in Texas hm will surely agree I don't really care if they are a bit hard after one day, I still love them and you don't really get them in Germany - only bad copies.
However, the person who told me that may have been biased as he was born there. I continued reading "The passage" and so far I liked it a lot. It has some quite brutal scenes I would not want to see in a movie, but reading about them is not a big problem. It may have helped that I probably did not understand all horrible details. Don't get me wrong, most parts of the book are not explicitly violent, but when the virals broke out of their camp it definitely was. It is a quite thick book 73 chapters on some pages with a fairly small font used, so it is not a book I can read on one weekend.
I made it up to page and I'm wondering when and how Amy will find her way back to the story. Last time I read about her she was six years old and that is more than eighty years ago, if I understood everything correctly. I assume that she did not age so much or maybe not at all as she is viral as well, albeit not violent from what I've read so far as the other virals. I assume I will meet her again quite soon. If the book continues being so interesting I may have to buy it. Betreffs Adelige: Ich habe Freunde, die jahrelang in England wohnten.
Oh die Ironie! Alle englische Kinder in der Klasse kamen aus dem Bauernstand, d. Der Amerikaner? Heute Nachmittag fahre ich zu LAX. Sie bleiben bis zum 7. Comment Good morning, Robert. While you are still sleeping it's sunday morning here. I had breakfast and, since I'm no churchgoer I'd like to comment on your posting instead. To start with some tiny correctitos as the polite snails like to say : " Die Der Lehrer meinte ,..
We know each other for some weeks now and I hope and believe you're able to accept my sometiimes satirical look on things: Sometimes I wonder about the the lust and interest of a lot of? Americans regarding nobility. If they had the choice they might elect a King or Queen of America. Queen Michelle - sounds great! Oh yes - genealogy! Affore I mentioned my friend Does who has workeg on his family-tree for years. You may, he said, find the path back 6 to 8 genarations e. Too many wars and burned down townhalls and abbeys, beside changing names, make the search impossible.
Unless your progenitor had left an existing family-tree already. But - back to Charlemagne? BTW: The boy you're talking about ist not the collegue you mentioned in by pure chance? If you have the time and the nerve ask him about "the "faked medieval" can't find the correct English expression and the "added years in egypt history".
It might make him crazy Have a nice day! Alle englische n Kinder in der Klasse I was also wondering how a highschool student could seriously prove that his ancestors go back to Charlemagne Comment Welcome, Goldammer! You distracted me from correcting my posting But I like you to be around! Did you detect my regarding the -ingen-tours? Comment RenaRd , yes I did, and my answer to it needed a bit more research to confirmm what I thought: I think you got it slightly wrong about the place names. The many -ingen places in the south west go back to the Alamannian land seizure in the early centuries AD.
The places were named after the clans who founded them, that's right, and then the ending -ingen was added. So the clan who founded Reutlingen was not called "Reutling" but something else - a guess you find in literature is "Rutilo" - and then the place was called "Rutelingen". Since you didn't add a smiley, I thought you weren't being ironic, right? While i is a more general statement, ii reflects some future situation in the past, that is, it will be interesting to see, once the research in family history has been done.
Comment That's not fair, Goldammer! I didn't know that there's a wiki about the -ingen ending. You know, I have lived in Swabia for more than 28 years, and I asked everybody about it. I thought they would have lerned it in "Heimatkunde" but nobody knew. Until last year, when a neighbour not born here but interested in the history of Oberschwaben showed me two books. This is what they said in addition tho the wiki-article and what I wanted to point out: The ending "-ingen" stood for "-inger" for a while, often referring to a clan.
No matter what the clans name was I was guessing because it was of less importance for me, so I used "Reutling" as an example , imagine that the settlement had no given name yet. Traders had to ask for the family name. And for a short period of time they used the plural "Reutl ingen " instead of "Where do the Reutl inger live? Later the ending "-ingen" was used for the village but "-inger" for the inhabitants. I was earnest about that, not about the founder. Next time you better believe me the way I trusted in the books.
It would spare me a lot of time! Don't be so is fussy an appropriate word? If not I take it back Die Lehrerin meinte, es sei interessant zu sehen, inwiefern That's interesting. In an everyday spoken context, none of the three would sound "wrong" to me Comment Robert - I would love to chat with you in detail some time. At the moment I am trying to establish an exchange with a high school in PA, and there are a lot of problems and obstacles that I hadn't anticipated.
We are a school with a lot of experience in exchange programs but nevertheless my principal seems to get cold feet about this particular exchange. On the other hand, the American school has never had any exchange, so they try to reinvent the wheel instead of just trusting in? Both is very exhausting.
We will be going in October and the Americans will be in Germany in March. How long have you had your exchange with Germany? Do you do it every year or on a biannual basis? How can you avoid confusion here? Comment candice: How can you avoid confusion here?
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Korrekturen: my principal seems to be get ting cold feet Renard: "Don't be so fussy" geht, obwohl unsere Goldammer nicht fussy ist. Goldammer: I also was wondering how a high school student could seriously prove Emil "get their whips out"? Ist das 6-Gang? Heute haben wir Linksteichler Muttertag.
Ich habe noch nicht mit der Zubereitung einer Auberginen-Lasagne angefangen. Nebenbei muss ich Klausuren benoten. Comment RenaRd : You obviously don't know me well enough yet, or you'd know that I can be passionately nitpicky about details, and I won't believe you or anybody else when I'm in doubt about something, nor spare you anything, time or effort to contradict me or put me right!