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German Adverbs

By January 21, 2013

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January 27, 2013 at 6:54 pm
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Ja, deutsche Adverbien, was kann ich “dazu” “schon” sagen. (with quotation marks an adverb) — Yes, German adverbs, what can I say about it.

Um viel oder alles zu wissen über das deutsche Adverb, “da” muss man “schon” die deutsche Grammatik studieren. — To know much or everything about the German adverb, then one has to study the German grammar.

Und “darüber” bedanke ich mich, also nein, denn ich will keine Kopfschmerzen mehr haben. — And about this I say thanks, but no, so I will not have more headaches.

“Also” sprach auch Zarathustra, ich hoffe. (only with this meaning is “also” an adverb, the other also one line above is a conjunction). — well, so spoke Zarathustra, I hope.

Ich stand in Oberbayern etwas “hinweg” vom Dorf “schon” “morgens”, “hier” am Berg. — In Upper Bavaria I stood away from the village already in the morning, here at the mountain.

Ich dachte, “gestern” “abends” kam ich “erstmal” “hierher” und “schon” ein bisschen “später” werde ich “dort” den Bergwald hinaufklettern. — I was thinking, yesterday evening I came first here, and just a little later I will be climbing the mountain forest.

Und “da” “oben”, wo das Kreuz sein soll, “so” wie “früher” auf einem anderen Berg, werde ich mich dann “später” “ziemlich” gut ausruhen können. — And there, on top where the cross should be, just as earlier on another mountain, I will be able later to be resting fairly well.

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