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Sunday, August 5, 2012

Limited Creativity, Pt. 1

(It means "nipple.")

Continued in part two.

11 comments:

  1. I bet learning German is easy.

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    1. Vocabulary is easy to learn, but when it comes to grammar, it's entirely different.

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  2. Nouns yes. Verbs no.

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  3. Because English words like fireman and pineapple are so much more imaginative.

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    1. Good point! I'm sure we took our inspiration for those words from German

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    2. I wonder how "Ananas" relates to pineapple though.

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    3. Probably the same way as "apple" relates to the fruit.

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  4. Hello. :) I'm half German and I like this cartoon. It's true that German nouns seem very simply constructed! Some of the 'scary-looking long words' are just 3 or 4 small words put together.

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    1. Glad you like it! I do enjoy German, not least of all because of its hilarious word combinations.

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  5. I've got a good one. Living in Graz atm, and there's a Schloss on the Berg in the center of town. You get three guesses what they call the Berg.

    Yup. Schlossberg. Castle-Mountain.

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