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Old 02-09-2015, 07:17 AM   #16
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Fake, because I am not to be mistaken for a real German in discussions like this. I use four languages every day and German is my fourth strongest, so... it all is a bit fuzzy.

Warum hast du "falscher Deutscher" gesagt?
Warum hast du selbst gesagt, dass du ein falscher Deutscher bist?
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Welche vier Sprachen kannst du, Filman? Englisch, Deutsch und...
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... Swedisch + Finnisch.
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Finnish is quite a departure from the others on that list! I tried learning it once, but stepping outside of the familiar Indo-European bubble was too taxing at the time.
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Impressive - to even have so much energy that you come up with the idea to go there. Fascinatingly practical language, as it completely makes sense. You never need it, of course, as they all know English over there.
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Impressive - to even have so much energy that you come up with the idea to go there. Fascinatingly practical language, as it completely makes sense. You never need it, of course, as they all know English over there.
Oh, I've never been to Finland if that's what you mean (though it's long been on my list). Around the same time I was learning German I was friends with a Finnish lady so I started looking into that language too, but while English and German are basically the same language and both share a great deal with Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Italian etc., Finnish is an entirely different branch on the European language tree (I think its only 'siblings' are Hungarian and Estonian or something) and so it just all became too confusing
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