Re: OT - Programming Languages w/o English Syntax
On Sun, 19 Oct 2003 at 23:45 GMT, Viktor Rosenfeld penned:
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> Monique Y. Herman wrote:
>> Okay, okay, I can think of an irregular German bit. As a small
>> child, I once said "Du hast mich wehgetutet." (Instead of wehgetan.)
>> I conjugated the verb improperly, and don't think I've ever been
>> allowed to forget it, even after 20 years!
> Du hast *mir* wehgetan.
> Don't worry, a lot of Germans make the same mistake.
I just knew that if I posted this, there would be something wrong with
The excuse I'm currently using for my poor grammar is that I haven't
been to Germany since I was 14. Need to go soon, though -- I haven't
seen my grandmother since then.
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