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Hallo,

wir freuen uns über jeder Deutscher muttersprachler hier in "Imperial German". Viele sind nur Leser, ist selbstverständlich dass Sprache manchmal ein Hinderniss ist. Dafür würde ich gerne anbieten, dass Man auch auf Denglish oder Deutsch antworten/posten kann. Irgendwie wird mann sich verständigen... es gibt genug Mitglieder die bereit sind die wichtige Teile zu übersetzen.

MfG

Chris

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A note to the above, as we have some good solid German collectors who read a lot, but suffer due to a language barrier and end up not posting, I would like to run a test, allowing them to post in "Denglish" which is broken English mixed with German when they run out of Vocab, or if there is no other possibility, they can answer in German, and one or other member can translate the important bits. That way our English speakers will profit from the experiance of collectors they could otherwise not communicate with.

Anyone that is logged on to German language forums as well sees that there is a wealth of knowledge on English language forums, and on German forums, but quite often it is not transfered between the two... I hope somehow to facilitate a bit of information transfer.

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Jau, Tach!

Wenn dat getz auch im Dialekt geht, is dat abba für alle, die nich ausm Pott kommen tun, als wie wennze wie der Ochs vorn Berch stehen tuhs.

(Das war Ruhrpottdialekt)

Scherz beiseite.

Grundsätzlich finde ich die Idee gut, so lernen wir alle wieder ein wenig von der anderen Sprache. Wichtig fände ich aber auch, wenn man evtl. eine Rubrik einrichten könnte, wo man Wörter oder Begriffe einstellt, die man laut Wörterbuch oder Übersetzerprogramm nicht übersetzen kann, weil es die Wörter in der anderen Sprache einfach nicht gibt.

Beispiel Teile am Rundblickfernrohr:

Knebel zur Schneckenwelle oder Geländewinkel-Libelle. Wie übersetzt man sowas?

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Hessisch? Das bedeutet mildernde Umstände. ;o))

Da ich gerade an der Grenze zu Hessen wohne, habe ich da keine Berührungsängste :beer: . Da tue ich mir im bayerischen Wald schon viel schwerer.

Gruß Andreas

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