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Anyone From Germany/irgendjemand Aus Deutschland?
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Hi!

Gibt's hier irgendjemanden im Forum aus Deutschland?

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My husband was born in Germany, spent a few years there :) He's trying to teach me german.

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Hallo Jess, ich bin Deutsche. Aber ich bin seit 27 Jahren mit einem Kanadier verheiratet, und lebe in Kanada. Ich komme urspruenglich von Hamburg.

Ich werde dir eine Private Nachricht schicken, mit meiner e-mail Adresse, dann kannst du mir schreiben, ohne dass Leute hier sich aergern, dass sie nicht wissen, was wir sagen! :ph34r::blink:

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Ich bin kein Deutscherin (obwohl meine Oma stammt aus Nuernberg). Ich ziehe aber wahrscheinlich in Juli oder August darum, in Berlin. Mein Deutsch ist nicht sehr gut, ich studierte es an der Uni nur aber ich habe nie da gewohnt. Also ist die Sprache noch ein Bisschen schwer fuer mich. Ich will es aber doch ueben ehe ich in Deutschland gekommen bin.

Wenn du emails austauschen willst, das haette ich gern. Leider aber kenne ich natuerlich nichts um mit Celiac in Deutschland zu leben.

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Hallo Jess, ich bin Deutsche. Aber ich bin seit 27 Jahren mit einem Kanadier verheiratet, und lebe in Kanada. Ich komme urspruenglich von Hamburg.

Ich werde dir eine Private Nachricht schicken, mit meiner e-mail Adresse, dann kannst du mir schreiben, ohne dass Leute hier sich aergern, dass sie nicht wissen, was wir sagen! :ph34r::blink:

Ursula:

Let me give this a try <_< I am from Germany. I met my husband 27 years ago and I live in Canada. I come form Hamburg..a town from around Hamburg.

You can write me in private with my e-mail address (and a little bit else)

(Don't mean to be intrusive, but just trying out my translating, which is very bad. :( )

My father's last name was Honigsberg...From the town of Honey and that is why I am sooo sweet. :ph34r:

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hallo Jess,

Iam from germany too, though living in sweden right now. if you want some exchange just feel free!!

you can send me a PN and we can exchange email-addresses.

have a nice time, Sonja

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Ursula:

Let me give this a try <_< I am from Germany. I met my husband 27 years ago and I live in Canada. I come form Hamburg..a town from around Hamburg.

You can write me in private with my e-mail address (and a little bit else)

(Don't mean to be intrusive, but just trying out my translating, which is very bad. :( )

My father's last name was Honigsberg...From the town of Honey and that is why I am sooo sweet. :ph34r:

Nice try, pretty close! :D

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I am German. I have been married to a Canadian for 27 years, and live in Canada. I am originally from Hamburg.

I will send you a private message with my e-mail address, so you can write me, without people getting upset that they can't understand what we're saying.

There, now nobody has to wonder! ;)

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New here to Germany. We're in Weisbaden (not too far from Frankfurt).

btw, Thanks for translating lol

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Hi there, by the way, you're in Wiesbaden (not Weisbaden). Have you seen this website? U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden

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Hallo,

 

ich bin orginal aus Deutschland und lebe in Canada seit einigen Jahren, wenn du willst schicke mir eine pm und wir koennen mit einander reden.

 

i'm original from Germany and living since a few years now in Canada.

 

SteffiW

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