What would you like to do?
Andreas hat eine pikante Frage über dich beantwortet?
Literally, it's I protect you.
>> "I'm thinking of you".
Nice to meet you
It means p*ss off
Dich is the accusative form of you.
Well from I know, you can open a business bank account, you can use it to get discounts on all types of things. One time I called Pep Boys and asked how much for two t…ires, and they told me $245, then I called back and told him I had a Tax ID number and the price dropped to $196. I also heard you can get a a business credit card with also, but I haven't tried that yet.
Ich hasse dich means I hate you in English. Pronunciation: ich - try saying ish while grinning broadly, that should come close hasse - hass-e, with the 'a' pronounced li…ke the 'o' in hot and the 'e' pronounced somewhat like the 'e' in the dich - like ich with a d in front
its the improper(meaning used only to friends) southern German saying for hi
Pronounce as Ish lee-buh dish
"I would like you"
Vier. The translation of this question is "How many corners does a rectangle have?"
In German ch is pronounced as in the Scottish word loch but as most English speakers have diifculty making this sound, the closest similar sound is sh: ish fairmissa dish
The original was "Bück dich, ich mach dich glücklich." i think. "Bück" not "Buch" ;) Did u?! ;)
Wieviele Stunden hat ein Tag = How many hours are there in a day
Ich habe eine frage an Dich = I have a question for you
It means "Short question, are you in Berlin?"