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German translation service - Deutsches ubersetzen Beschäftigung

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6th February 2012, 02:29 AM   |  #1  
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Just want to offer my language skills to the community . i noticed a lot of people here speak german . So i figured id offer my german skills . If you have anything which you would like translated i will be more than happy to do that for you . Anything from german to english or vice versa .

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Ich kann spreche und verstehen deutsch. Ich werde übersetzen etwas das du wollst zu absenden . Mein volkabeln ist klein und mein grammatik ist nicht perfekt , aber , ich werde mein best machen !

Vielen dank !
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i'm new german learner :-p
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Ich kann spreche und verstehen deutsch. Ich werde übersetzen etwas das du wollst zu absenden . Mein volkabeln ist klein und mein grammatik ist nicht perfekt , aber , ich werde mein best machen !
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Ich spreche und verstehe deutsch. Ich werde übersetzen was Du mir schickst. Mein Wortschatz ist klein und meine Grammatik ist nicht perfekt, aber ich werde mein Bestes geben!

Actually your germans isnt that bad.. Every german will understand what you want to say.
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25th February 2012, 03:21 AM   |  #4  
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i'm new german learner :-p

Bist du lernen deutsch ? Was ist dein Heimatsprache ?
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Actually your germans isnt that bad.. Every german will understand what you want to say.

Vielen dank ! aber , ich muss lernen viele mehr !! Ich schätzte das ein
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Maybe i can help you because i"m from germany

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Bist du lernen deutsch ? Was ist dein Heimatsprache ?

Vielen dank ! aber , ich muss lernen viele mehr !! Ich schätzte das ein

When you say "ich muss", you put the verb to the end of the clause...

For example, "ich muss viel lernen"

Here, muss becomes your verb, which must be second idea in the clause. You then put the verb it applies to (lernen) to the end of the clause, and use its infinitive form.
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When you say "ich muss", you put the verb to the end of the clause...

For example, "ich muss viel lernen"

Here, muss becomes your verb, which must be second idea in the clause. You then put the verb it applies to (lernen) to the end of the clause, and use its infinitive form.

Oh yeah , i knew that :P just forgot xP thanks for the reminder ! Its been awhile . oh and your sig , freaking epic . LOVE IT !
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Bist du lernen deutsch ? Was ist dein Heimatsprache ?


Vielen dank ! aber , ich muss lernen viele mehr !! Ich schätzte das ein



Ich mag die Sprache der europäischen Länder lernen
Meine Muttersprache ist Chinesisch
5th May 2012, 02:17 PM   |  #9  
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Anything from german to english or vice versa .
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"Vice versa" wouldn't be a good idea at the moment I think. While you seem to be able to get the idea out of a German piece of text and to figure out an English translation from that your German abilities don't seem to be good enough to provide a natural sounding German translation of an English text.
In my oppinion a bad translation of an app, for example, is almost as annoying as a bug in said app. Especially because in most apps it is not possible to turn off this source of irritation by changing the language used in the specific app to English.
But to come to an end: I wouldn't offer my language skills for a German-into-English translation either as I know that there would be mistakes that could annoy English readers.
I don't mean to offend you or something like that but I think you should practise a little and improve your German skills to provide good translations.
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