I think a lot of people are just too worried about the grammar and spelling.
I’ve found that the grammar of the word “hard” is pretty good. I think it’s because you can’t really pronounce it that way. I really think that’s the best way to learn German.
I have to give credit to my German tutor. He is a native English speaker and he is able to teach me what sounds right and what sounds wrong in the language. He also has the added benefit of being able to spell every single word I say in the video.
This is a good thing, because at the end of the day it makes it seem like you have no control over your own language. I’m guessing that’s the reason why I am a good German speaker.
Actually, I think it is because of the way it sounds when you are speaking it. I have always found that the way I speak it makes it seem so natural. It doesn’t sound forced or stilted. It sounds like I’m really speaking to you.
I was wondering if you could give more of a list to the guys who have spoken to you on the phone. I am sure there are many more who can help you.
I have had the pleasure of speaking to a lot of German speakers over the years and I could speak to you and I know that there are many (many!) who can speak to you. I am sure there are many more who can help you.
I’m not sure a lot of people who have spoken to me on the phone have ever noticed that they have a slight accent. One of the most obvious examples of this is when I ask someone a question in German. I’ve never had a German speaker ask me a question about something so specific as my name. So to see someone’s name pronounced in a certain way that makes it seem like they’ve never heard it before is a little weird to me.
People who get into trouble with language problems often have problems with the way people pronounce their names. For example, German speakers often have trouble pronouncing “Jester”, the name of a German superhero. My wife has a slight German accent and sometimes when I tell her my name she says it incorrectly. She also says her father’s name incorrectly, and I have even heard her say a “Yup” in the middle of a sentence.
The fact is, it is difficult to learn a language. Even if you learn a language fluently, you still have to learn the grammar rules and the rules of syntax. The trick is to learn and remember things you hear others say and use what you learn to make your own sentences. A lot of times, the people who speak to you with a German accent have an easier time with the grammar rules than you do.