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Comment Re:They had to Queue? (Score 1) 233

I think, you are right, supposing him to add a German sound to it. Maybe some related information. a british -> ein Brite british -> britisch a british man -> ein britischer Mann There you could have your "britischer"; it's the indefinite, male adjective of "britisch". Maybe in spoken language, it could appear alone. In a sentence comparable to this: "A German guy would never queue up; a british (guy) would." Ommitting the noun to avoid redundancy, the stand-alone adjective would be "britischer" in the German sentence. But it's not proper Grammar, of course.

Comment Re:Revenge at last (Score 0, Flamebait) 233

65 years - you know, that's pretty fast... considering that they are french.
And regarding the subtleness, the plan is almost heroic... for a french.

Actually, I would like to have another nationality, cause right know, telling you that I'm German looks like as if I'm racist...
Understand me, people! I couldn't get money since January 1st! We are eating our shoes over here!!! It's all desperation which brings me so far! Waargh!!!

You had your revenge, please upload the Patch!!!

"'a'a'aaa, Jaques, zey are crawling on zeir knees. 'ave you 'eard zem lamenting?"
"Bien sûr, zey are sherman."

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