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I almost feel sorry for you
German
Dutustmirfastleid
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0 months ago
Issue resolved
"fast" is missing the T.
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0 months ago
Quite right! This has been amended. Thank you!
English
You speak
German
Dusprichst
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Male voice
0 months ago
Issue resolved
should be "sprichst"
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English
Forty-three
German
Dreiundvierzig
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0 months ago
Issue resolved
The number doesn’t match with the German meaning.
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English
Now the ball is in your court
German
JetztistderBallindeinemSpielfeld
Female voice
Male voice
0 months ago
Issue resolved
"Spiefeld" should be "Spielfeld."
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0 months ago
yes the l is missing
but think the saying should maybe translate into "jetzt bist du am Zug"-"it is your turn" or if we stick to something like football "jetzt ist der Ball in deiner Ecke" regarding tennis more like "dein Aufschlag"-"your serve" but always with the meaning of its your time to move / act
0 months ago
Issue has been resolved. Thanks for that.

As for proverbs, idioms and whatnot, we typically translate them literally instead. In the future, we will add separate courses that will teach proverbs and sayings the accurate way.
English
Is that right?
German
Istdasrichtig?
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0 months ago
Issue resolved
Wouldn’t it be “ist das richtig?”
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0 months ago
It would appear that this flashcard had a missing translation. This has now been fixed. Thank you!
English
Uncle
German
Onkel
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0 months ago
Issue resolved
This should say "Onkel"
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0 months ago
Absolutely correct - and fixed.

私は彼を少しも知らない

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