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Okay, I'm not liking Google Translate anymore.

 

 

 

Germans call their country "Deutschland", or so I hear.

 

 

 

It's also why in Chinese they call Germany "Deguo". "guo" being the generic word for nation. The "De" means "virtue", but more importantly, they based the "De" part off "Deutsch", not "German".

 

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Okay, I'm not liking Google Translate anymore.

 

 

 

Germans call their country "Deutschland", or so I hear.

 

 

 

It's also why in Chinese they call Germany "Deguo". "guo" being the generic word for nation. The "De" means "virtue", but more importantly, they based the "De" part off "Deutsch", not "German".

 

It's so fun to use though @_@

 

 

 

I really couldn't have imagined calling it anything other than germany, but thanks, it's nice to learn things. I wonder how it's pronounced? "Dutchland" or "dutchesland" ...

 

 

 

Probably neither.

 

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Hallo, ich spreche deutsch, englisch und französisch. Hi, I speak German, English and French.Salut, je parle allemand, anglais et francais.

 

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Hallo, ich spreche deutsch, englisch und französisch. Hi, I speak German, English and French.Salut, je parle allemand, anglais et francais.

 

Hey, guy.

 

 

 

...So there still aren't any exclusive-German people here, so we can still speak English.

 

 

 

Edit: Ich tippte diese zu früh, bevor ich den anderen Kerl Hilfethema lesen.

 

Edit 2: We're safe, he can speak English.

 

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<span class="hps" title="Click for alternate translations">... <span class="hps" title="Click for alternate translations">Zeigt<span title="Click for alternate translations">, wie <span class="hps" title="Click for alternate translations">sehr ich <span class="hps" title="Click for alternate translations">über die Länder Europas <span class="hps" title="Click for alternate translations">kennen<span title="Click for alternate translations">. angel_smile.png

 

 

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Ich verstehe dieses Thema hier nicht, und auch nicht die Antworten :-(

 

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Nicht unbedingt weil ihr hier Englisch und nicht Deutsch schreibt,

 

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sondern den inhaltlichen Sinn dieses Thema und dieser Diskussion, verstehe ich nicht

 

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It is Spam ^^

 

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In order to make a paragraph break, you press Shift+Enter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Like this.

 

 

 

 

 

Um einen Absatz Pause zu machen, drücken Sie Shift + Enter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So wie hier.

 

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Most german people are not realy interested how our country is called, Deutschland is just as good ore bad as Germany in my opinion. The funy thing is, i once met an american who was saying "germany" and thougt it was ok, but in his opinion it was not ok that i called his county "Vereinigte Staaten" instead of "united states". :-)

 

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