Thanks B for the reply. That's what i have been doing using the Germanpod101 site, going back to lesson, writing down some stuff and repeating them (some of their lessons are only 3 mins long which is perfect). I am just going to try to practice once a day and see how it goes, I can get quite obsessional when I decide to learn something
There could be others with a similar obsession
I saw also the post with exercises posted in here somewhere, so I may give a go at that too. You probably will see my posts popping in once in a while asking for help/tips.
Whenever I am able to do, I do like to respond to some of them, or even many. And if I do, you shouldn't worry about my time either. (Telling you because of being a rather, well, direct, person, who at the same time also tries to be as polite as possible). If I answer any language question, it also could make me advance with my own language learning process (related to others than German and English). Because I connect each of them to each other (mentally).
Thank you again
Thanking three times in total?
I do appreciate your gesture. Just wanted to subtly hint to something, too. I wouldn't expect something like this
. But please don't get me wrong, d'accord?
PS: thanks God for Google translate!!
Google Translate is among the tools that I, also, am using. And it has more than one helpful feature, I would say. At the same time, it could also be good not to forget that it has some limitations, too. I'd like to especially point out that when entering a single word, it would display one possible meaning only. Others could be known by clicking on the translated word (or doing something similar with a mouseless device). Also, it sometimes is able to translate full phrases and sentences, but sometimes not. The results can really vary.