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How do you say no one is with me in German?

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2013-01-24 21:32:30
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The word in English is first, then in German, then how to pronounce it in German.

No-Nicht-neaht.

one-ein-ein

is-ist-ist

with-mit-mit

me-mich-meh

So the sentence in German is Nicht ein ist mit mich.

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