Furthermore, you will notice that all the blogs do have some errors. If you feel like pointing out the errors in my blog, I would much appreciate it.
A blog purporting to teach language needs to be grammatically correct in order to retain credibility and respect. That said, the content is very good and certainly interesting. This was an excellent article and I am enjoying the German blogs more each time I read them. This grup of writers are doing a great job.
Eine sehr interresante post! I recently returned to Germany for two weeks and was amazed at just how often I encountered this gesture. Even they were not convinced or sure that we were correct in the way it should be done. You just have to understand the Germans to see their view point.
I would like to read more on this subject. Also It is my understanding that this blog is to be like speaking to the average person, not a pro. So far I like it. How to say "Paris" the correct way: hubs. How freelance linguists help us train tens of thousands of language professionals hubs.
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His writings cover a wide range of topics: poetry , Nietzsche , political theory, general philosophy and Jewish philosophy. Born in Berlin in , Dr Erich Unger was interested, from an early age, in novel ideas and intellectual debate. He attended school in Berlin-Lichterfelde , a wealthy residential area that was heavily influenced by Prussian nobility and members of the Prussian armed forces.
At school at "Friedrich-Gymnasium" he met Oskar Goldberg who ran a literary club at the age of seventeen. As a young man Unger became one of the founder members of the literary Expressionist movement in Germany. Unger's contributions to journals of the day were frequently sought after.
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The first World War saw Unger in Switzerland, where he made new friends, among them Walter Benjamin who admired his work and also sought his literary collaboration cf. Scholem, Walter Benjamin. Frankfurt-am-Main,