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Anonymous
to the anon who asked for the translation of "mountains doenst move themselves": maybe "rom wurde nicht an einem tag gebaut". it translates to "rom wasnt built up on one day". but no. it doenst fit quite well. but i like it, anyway.

Yeah that’s a good suggestion. Thanks!

posted on Sep 30 / 15:10 / 1 note
tagged as: #ask #anon
Hey ich möchte mich offiziell bei dir bedanken.. Nicht jeder sieht den Islam zu deutschland an. Ich schon! :) und ich finde deine Einstellung einfach super. Wir müssen unsere Mitmenschen mit all ihren Hintergründen akzeptieren, um das friedliches Miteinander beizubehalten. Vielen dank für die tatkräftigen Worte. Beste Grüße!! :)

Kein Problem! Ich stimme dir voll und ganz zu. Wir haben mehr gemeinsam als gedacht und müssen einander deshalb verstehen lernen.

posted on Sep 30 / 13:28 / 2 notes
tagged as: #ask #kitapkelebegi
posted on Sep 30 / 11:01 / 38 notes
Anonymous
Why is 'fließend' tagged as noun when it's an adjective / adverb? Warum ist 'fließend' als Substantiv (Noun) markiert, wenn es doch ein Adjektiv / Adverb ist?

Oh sorry, I will fixed that. Thanks for pointing it out!

posted on Sep 29 / 18:33 / 7 notes
tagged as: #ask #anon
posted on Sep 29 / 12:02 / 108 notes
jorikdegrote:

drunken-pirate-assassin:

jorikdegrote:

drunken-pirate-assassin:

jorikdegrote:


plural: Moscheen

Ehhh. I thought this was a German Tumblr?

Why did you tag it “Islam is not German”? Islam is a religion. Anyone, from anywhere, can be part of that religion.

Islam is not, and will not anytime soon be  a part of the German culture. It includes many rules that are rather the opposite of German (Western-European) core culture. 

So? German Muslims do exist. They’re part of both German and Islamic culture.

As soon as one’s taking part in being a ”True” muslim, he therefore cannot be a part of German culture. Because it’s contradictory. Thus, also: As soon as one’s taking part in German culture, he therefore cannot be a ”True” muslim. 

(Ugh I had a feeling this word was going to get a backlash from someone)Please show me exactly where I said that I am only teaching about German culture. I try to teach things relevant to the country and, regardless of whatever you believe about how you can or cannot be both Muslim and German, you can’t deny that there are actually mosques in Germany and people talk about Islam and the word does come up. Let’s not get into a political discussion over a picture.

jorikdegrote:

drunken-pirate-assassin:

jorikdegrote:

drunken-pirate-assassin:

jorikdegrote:

plural: Moscheen

Ehhh. I thought this was a German Tumblr?

Why did you tag it “Islam is not German”? Islam is a religion. Anyone, from anywhere, can be part of that religion.

Islam is not, and will not anytime soon be  a part of the German culture. It includes many rules that are rather the opposite of German (Western-European) core culture. 

So? German Muslims do exist. They’re part of both German and Islamic culture.

As soon as one’s taking part in being a ”True” muslim, he therefore cannot be a part of German culture. Because it’s contradictory. 

Thus, also: As soon as one’s taking part in German culture, he therefore cannot be a ”True” muslim. 

(Ugh I had a feeling this word was going to get a backlash from someone)
Please show me exactly where I said that I am only teaching about German culture. I try to teach things relevant to the country and, regardless of whatever you believe about how you can or cannot be both Muslim and German, you can’t deny that there are actually mosques in Germany and people talk about Islam and the word does come up. Let’s not get into a political discussion over a picture.

posted on Sep 28 / 15:12 / 335 notes / via jorikdegrote / Source
A colloquial word that is used when you don’t remember the name of an object.

plural: Dingsbumse

A colloquial word that is used when you don’t remember the name of an object.

plural: Dingsbumse

posted on Sep 28 / 12:02 / 149 notes
tagged as: #german #german language #noun

plural: Würste

plural: Würste

posted on Sep 28 / 10:32 / 33 notes
posted on Sep 27 / 12:02 / 94 notes

plural: Trachten

plural: Trachten

posted on Sep 26 / 10:43 / 48 notes