“The town was advertised across the midwest and they came by the 100s,” Haskins continued.
The Slavic and Germanic people who were recruited were led to believe roses bloomed all year long here.
As a European Norm, CEN and CENELEC member states are obligated to adopt the standard as national standard without alterations as well. 24-hour time notation is used officially and for purposes that require precision like announcements in the media. The traditional all-numeric form of writing Gregorian dates in German is the little-endian day.order, using a dot on the line (period or full stop) as the separator (e.g., “” or “15.4.74”).
But if you like to know some German phrases that might come in handy when/if you meet a nice German man or woman, you should definitely read on.
As in most western countries, it's still the norm that the guy makes the first step. Congratulations, unless she/he isn't running away, you just mastered the first step in getting to know a German! ) “Lass uns etwas trinken gehen.” (Let's have a drink somewhere.) “Lass uns ins Kino gehen.” (Let's go to the movies.) “Lass uns in einen Club gehen.” (Let's go clubbing.) “Ich freue mich auf unser Treffen! ) German girls, just like every other woman, like to hear compliments.
Solomon Koppler and his wife came to Hohenwald from Osh Kosh, Wisconsin to establish a homeplace while a son stayed behind with aunts to finish school.
“Oh, my goodness, what have we done,” Kistler’s grandmother is reported to have said when she stepped off the train to a snow covered town.
“The town was established because the railroad finally came through the area from the smeltering plants at Aetna over to the mines,” Haskins said. A dream to realize is very hard,” Schneider commented.
A geologist, retired from the Army Corps of Engineers, Haskins also commented that, “Hohenwald is the highest city in 500,000 square miles.” Rita and Rudi Schneider of Deutschlandradio Kultur in Neukirchen-Vluyn, Germany visited The Elephant Sanctuary Education Center on Main Street, Hohenwald, Tennessee. Kistler, born in 1926, just 30 years after the town was established, recalled how German was commonly spoken on Main Street.
Obviously you should come up with something after the 'but', preferably something that could lead to a conversation. I'm a big fan of his work.) Or you could just be honest: · “..habe mich gefragt, ob ich mich vielleicht zu dir setzen darf.” (I was wondering if I could sit next to you.) · “..habe dich da sitzen sehen, und musste dich einfach ansprechen.” (I've seen you over there and I just had to approach you.) Either way, her or his reaction should give you an idea whether you have a chance or not. If you are too shy to approach someone directly you could try one of the German “Partnervermittlungen” (dating sites) that you can find online.
Maybe something like: · “..habe mich gefragt ob du vielleicht weißt, wo ich X finde.” (I was wondering if you know, where I could find X.) · “..habe mich gefragt ob du mir vielleicht helfen könntest.” (I was wondering if you could help me.) · “..habe gesehen, dass du ein Buch von X liest. In case you are successful, here are some phrases that you might need when you guys want to arrange an actual date: “Wollen wir uns in diesem Restaurant treffen? And some clubs and bars in Germany throw “Singlepartys” (single parties) from time to time.
If you're a girl, that doesn't mean you could not approach a guy you like, and if you're a guy, you shouldn't be too surprised if a girl approaches you. The next logical step would probably be, to engage her/him in a conversation. If she/he tells you her/his name you could reply: “Freut mich dich kennen zu lernen” (literally: glad to get to know you). “Du hast wunderschöne Augen” means: You have beautiful eyes.