Posted by Ulla from 220.127.116.11 on August 05, 1999 at 22:22:38:
In Reply to: To Ulla regarding danish posted by Krede on August 05, 1999 at 12:07:26:
: Hi Ulla
: Glad you could use my comments. So you like German and Danish,
: I speak a little German, it does have a lot of words which are
: almost the same in Danish although the languages sound completely
: different. If you´d like, I could teach you some Danish phrases.
: In Denmark they teach alot of different European languages and
: I´ve had French, German, Spanish and English (of course) lessons.
: But the only one I speak fluently is English, I tend to mix up
: French and Spanish so it was a bit embarrasing when I ordered
: something in Spanish at a French café this summer.
: Let me know what kind of fedora you got and other merchandice.
You are such a "wunderbar" person, Krede!! I only know a few words, and VERY simple phrases in German, but I carry around my Berlitz "Englisch-Deutsch Worterbuch" with me (almost) wherever I go. NOTE on German in Indy movies: ..."Auch, Schiest (?)" is a phrase most commonly used (especially when Indy is about to kill a Nazi). In "L.C." it comes right before, "DON'T CALL ME JUNIOR!!", and in "Raiders", you hear QUITE often in the eminent "truck sequence". However, in the "televised" version of Raiders, it is replaced with "Auch Schwein"- oh pig, as of oh.... you get it. >) Anyway, to Indy, I'm DRIVING *groan* to Disneyland in about 2 weeks, and am looking under sofas, pillows for any loose change.
Sehr Gut!! Vielen Dank, und Bis Bald!!
Ulla Tornaes-Jones (In MY version of the story, I- I mean - Ulla weds Indy and they live happily ever after, with that Willie Scott carelessly slapped to the side as they smooch.-Sorry to all those Kate Capshaw fans out there)
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