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He got a shot in the glute. Obwohl andererseits: He got a splinter in his finger muss man sagen.

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Und Wik.. I do love caves and I'm not usually very nervous in them - but I must say I'd have been scared sh.. How on earth did you get back up from a place with 40 cm in diameter where, in order to get there, you had to let go and then "it is half a meter and then you hit the ground again"..??? Amazing how time flies, Wik! Wikling is an abecedarian! A word I only recently learned and find absolutely cute! Nebenbei bemerkt, sehe ich cave und cavern etwas unterschiedlich an.

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Also, selbst die unterliegende Story finden viele Besucher faszinierend. Thank you all for your interest in my "cave story". It hasn't been scary at all at least not for me, my claustrophobic friend had another point of view I was young enough at that time to just trust the guide in whatever he was doing. Now, about 30something years later, would I be the same? Did you ever see "excentrics" this is what they called them which means little stalagtites which grew horizontally? This was due to a permanent wind which was going though this cave. It was the first time for my son who was about three years old.

But: seit ein, zwei Wochen. Don't ask me why. Possibly because you would say "seit ein bis zwei Wochen". The weather is absolutely crazy. First it was very cold, then we had the warmest February of all times. Then it started to rain, and now a storm is brewing. There may be people who don't believe in climate change, but what else would all this extreme weather be due to?

Have some Fasnetskrapfen. Du fragst wohl die ewige Frage: Wieso? So far, living in a cave hasn't been scary at all. In fact, it has been rather pleasant.

We just take it day by day. We as a family have visited a cave in Arizona. We have all since agreed [vielleicht nicht alle zu einer einzigen bestimmten Zeit] that one cave is enough. Over here it's pancake Tuesday, so I can offer a healthy supply of these with your choice of topping s : sugar and lemon juice, maple syrup, jam, marmalade, Nutella, apple syrup; blueberry syrup.

Apologies, I don't offer any savoury options today.

Strangely enough, in Ireland the "native" language is called "Irish" although the "Irish" word is Gaelige , while Gaelic is used for the closely related Celtic language of Scotland. Whether the spelling or the pronunciation is the difficult part is a matter of debate.

In my opinion easier to pronounce than to spell. Goldammer: abecedarian? Good grief, what a truly strange word I have to admit that I don't approve of this expression, it looks so artificial. I'm quite proud of myself. Ain't I disciplined? No, hm — us, he is still here will leave on March, Last week we finally got information about the guest family!

They seem to be very nice, having two sons of their own the older one studying in the UK, the younger one only one year older than my son. So my son will finally have brothers — at least one. On the other hand, the host mother complained about their first exchange student who spent all his spare time in his room hardly communicating with the family.

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She was very clear especially for a Japanese! Cherry blossom time in Japan is interesting to watch at least where I had the possibility - so purely anecdotic! Later on the park is packed with people having a picnic and drinking lots of whiskey. The weather report on TV gives detailed information on where the cherry trees are currently blossoming and on how long the people who live further in the north still have to wait.

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I've read that they mostly buy Sake and drink that. I hope my son's guest family is aware that he is not allowed to drink any alcohol! But as they are experienced in sending her own son and having exchange students by themselves I am not concerned. The biggest city in Switzerland is Zurich with a population of ca.

We are living on the countryside in a village with a population of ca. So for "virus' son" it will be very exciting to stay in such a megacity as Tokyo! After all, we lived in Shanghai, so it was pretty close. It happend to be the cherry blossom season. We were delighted by the pink colour between the skyscrapers but it was as cold as in German winter!

But the Japanese were of course undisturbed and held their joyful picnics - part reverie, part revelry. Actually raised in Germany I still stumble over a comma as a separator for thousands - although I am really used to points dots? But in Germany the comma is still used for the decimal numbers. Brings me into trouble when using a German or other keyboards with some of our analysis instruments - some of the results use commas, the other dots. Makes a difference when exporting results to Excel. Schnell eine Frage. Wenn ich schreibe: Goethe hat Den Zauberlehrling geschrieben, ist Akk.

Das suggeriert, das man den Artikel im Titel flektiert, aber ich bin mir nicht sicher. Und wie macht man das sonst richtig?

All these are correct although the first one comes most naturally , whereas both your suggestions are not. Another little update: On Wednesday we went to the Japanese embassy in Berne. The overall price was The train staff told us several times that they try to solve the problem - at least they were even speaking about evacuating the train. After exact 60 minutes the train continued.

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So we arrived at - the time the embassy closed. So, what? We went again yesterday morning, and everything was fine. I wrote to the SBB Swiss Federal Railways asking what they probably offer me as a compensation, having been forced to pay the tickets two times. Guess what: No answer so fare. I'd allow at least a few days for them to answer and not lose hope yet!

I think, one day isn't reall long enough for someone to have a look at your complaint and come up with a solution. I had applied for due compensation severeal times, it took weeks everytime.

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I got compensation though, even for money I spent on bus due to a strike, although a hadn't a ticket I could hand in. Not sure why, but that's what feels most natural to me. Oh, I have a new English teacher, Ms hm -- us Thank you for your corrections. I am a little bit shocked by the number Have a very nice weekend! I bet you'll find more mistakes here! Is "in making" ok?

Kyrieleis only has one, also spoken, so I don't really understand your question it's "gebunden" by the way if you don't leave any pause or space between two consonants or vowels.