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Linguaholic

linguaholic

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  1. hey welcome! Great to have you here on Linguaholic!
  2. Hey Mstrmstr There is no dative in this sentence. bestimmter Ort is a noun phrase within another phrase. and yes, bestimmter Ort is in nominative case and this is why it is "bestimmter. Kind regards, Lingua
  3. I would advise you to join us on Discord. You can chat & talk to people there for free...and improve your oral skills like that! Here's the link: https://discord.com/invite/A2s9uyc
  4. That's a lovely idea. Feel free to start such a project and put it on Linguaholic. Also, we could embed that kind of project on our Discord server.
  5. Hey there Join us on our Discord Server and you will find language buddies to practise with there! https://discord.gg/EpEagaz See you there & have a great day. Regards, Lingua
  6. If you have specific questions about Discord, please let me know. It also took me a while to understand how to use Discord :=)
  7. Very warm welcome, Denise!
  8. The sentence doesn't make any sense. It's grammatically wrong as there is an object missing...removed [SOMETHING] from the list.
  9. Another one of these would be Twunk, a blend of Twink and Hunk. If you don't know what a Twunk is, you can fin the answer in my article here: https://linguaholic.com/linguablog/the-word-twunk-demystified/
  10. Welcome Dieunofantastique. Nice to have you here on Linguaholic! Would you like to chat with fellow language enthusiasts and polyglots from all over the world? If yes, join us on our Discord Chat Server: https://discord.gg/EpEagaz See you there! Kind regards, Lingua
  11. Welcome to Linguaholic! If you haven't done so yet, it would be great if you would join us on our discord server. We have a vibrant community over there with language enthusiasts from all over the world! You can chat with people there and even use Voice Chat. It's totally free as well. To join us, just follow this link: https://discord.gg/EpEagaz Kind regards, Lingua
  12. Hi, Miss Polyglot One thing you could certainly do to improve your skills is joining us on our Discord Server. We have a great community there and language rooms for all kinds of languages. You will find many native speakers there. Over 100 people are online in the chat at almost any given time and people are eager to learn there. It is of course free. if you would like to join us, you can find us here: https://discord.gg/EpEagaz Best wishes, Lingua
  13. hey lara, nice to have you here on Linguaholic. As a first step, you could join our Discord Server. There, you can chat with many native speakers in all kinds of languages: German, Russian, French, English & much more. We are waiting for you there. Best, Linguaholic. PS: Here is the link to join: https://discord.gg/D2YDtAh (it's completely free and very easy to use. You can also use voice/video chat in there if you want).
  14. I am doing fine! I had a hard time these past couple of weeks (was sick) but now I feel much better! Hope you are doing good as well! Where are you now?
  15. It seems you were finally able to post in the forum. I am glad to see that it worked out for you.
  16. Yes, it is just a normal utterance as it truly says what is happening. I guess that "ticking" (tick) is actually an Onomatopoeia because it mimics the sound that the clock is doing. There are many words that are onomatopoeia actually. Think about expressions like Woof woof, Kikeriki, meeeow and so on. They all "imitate" the sound that these animals make. Why do you need to know these things? Is it part of your homework? :=) Best, L
  17. I would say that "That clock is ticking" is not an idiom. "Time is running out" is an idiom I would say, because running has no relation to "time". So "running" is used in a metaphorical way, whereas "ticking" is not used in a metaphorical way. Curious what others have to say about it.
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