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dgskorpus_mst_04: Discussion

Topics Politics: German Reunification

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There are deaf people who say that it’s all bullshit.
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SEVERAL1*
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PERSON1*
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$GEST-OFF^
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$GEST-NM^ [MG]
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^* [MG]
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SHIT1A scheiß
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They think it’d be better if it were still up or if we just rebuilt the wall.
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RATHER1* lieber
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BACK2 wieder zurück
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WALL1B* mauer
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BACK2* wieder zurück
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WALL1B* [MG]
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SILENCE1* ruhe
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We wouldn’t have to pay as much then.
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I1
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TO-PAY2*
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I say that it has nothing to do with that.
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^
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LIKE4A^*
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NO2A
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HAVING-TO-DO-WITH-STH1* nichts zu tun
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Back then, Germany had been destroyed by the second world war.
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REASON4A [MG]
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN2*
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THROUGH2B durch
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$NUM-ORDINAL1:2d zweiter weltkrieg
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WORLD1
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WAR1A
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$PROD*
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Others helped Germany; the world helped Germany.
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LOUD2A^ auf{ruf}
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TO-HELP1* helf
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WORLD1 welt
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TO-HELP1* helf
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Four countries invaded the country.
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CROSS1A^
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:4 vier
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COUNTRY3A* land
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Russia, America, France and England.
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RUSSIA4B* russland
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AMERICA1* amerika
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FRANCE3A* frank{reich}
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ENGLAND3* england
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They fought and invaded together.
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TOGETHER3A*
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FIGHT1B kämpf
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They managed to eradicate the power in Germany.
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TO-ACCOMPLISH1C* schaff
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TO-DELETE1A lö{schen}
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GARBAGE2^* [MG]
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DISSOLUTION1A
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At first, it was really bad.
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RESTAURANT1^* schlimm
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It developed later, I’d say around 1960, that people started saying, “No, we want to have our own border region.
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PROCEEDING1A spä{ter}
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LATER10
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EXACTLY1 genau
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$NUM-TEEN1:9 neunzehnhuntersechzig
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STAMP1^ [MG]
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I1 mein
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$PROD* [MG]
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This is where we want our border to be.”
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MY1* mein
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Everybody was very shocked.
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SHOCK2A schock
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$GEST-OFF^
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That reaction was very over the top.
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TO-EXAGGERATE1 übertrie{ben}
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The Germans back then were innocent; it wasn’t their fault that part of Germany was taken from them.
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REASON4A grund
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WE1A
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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INNOCENT1* unschuld
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REASON4A grund
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It wasn’t pretty.
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NOT3A* nicht
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BEAUTIFUL1A* schön
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The people were living in freedom, but everything was controlled meticulously.
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TO-LET1 lass
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FREE2A frei
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BUT1 aber
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CAN2B kann
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TO-LOOK-AFTER-SB1A* aufpass
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TO-OBSERVE3B* [MG]
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They could’ve just done it as the English, French and Americans did and pay attention to everything going well.
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LIKE3A wie
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LIKE4A wie
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AMERICA3 amerika
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AND2A und
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FRANCE3A frank{reich}
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ENGLAND3 england
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d drei
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TO-DIVIDE5 teil
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TO-LOOK-AFTER-SB1A* aufp{assen}
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TO-ORGANISE2A [MG]
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IT-WORKS1 läuft
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IT-WORKS-OUT1 klappt
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$GEST-OFF^*
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That’s why I think it’s important that the wall is gone.
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THEREFORE1 darum
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TO-THINK1A mein
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WALL1A*
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FALL-OF-THE-BERLIN-WALL2 mauerfall
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OFF-OR-TO-REMOVE-STH1C weg
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All people living in freedom, Germany being united.
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FREE2A frei
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TOGETHER7
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I think it’s German history and our tradition.
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IT-WORKS1 [MG]
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FUTURE2 zukunft
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RIGHT-OR-CORRECT1B* richtig
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TRUE2 wahr
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HISTORY-ASL1^* geschichte
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TRADITION2A
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GERMAN1 deutsch
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TRADITION2A gesch{ichte}
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MY1*
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Germany was beautiful as it was, then the country was split, and the GDR was founded. I really didn’t like that.
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RIGHT-OR-CORRECT1A* richtig
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NATURE6C* natur
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AREA1A^*
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DDR4
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TO-FOUND2 gegründet
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TO-PROMOTE2A^*
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I1 ich
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DONT-TASTE1 [MG]
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^
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OFF1C ab
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^* [MG]
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Yes, but the GDR was founded for a specific reason.
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||REASON4A
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||TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A^ warum
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||TO-FOUND2 grü{nden}
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||DDR4 d-d-r
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One could’ve left Germany the way it was.
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||OPINION1A mei{nen}
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||TO-STAY3 bleibt
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||LIKE3A wie
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||EASY1 einf{ach}
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||GERMAN1 deutschland
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Of course there was communism and the free countries.
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||FREE2A freiheit
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Actually, the separation and the border weren’t really necessary.
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||BORDER1C grenze
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||TO-DETACH1
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||NOT3B nicht
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||NONE9
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But many fled.
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^ [MG]
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||MUCH-OR-MANY5 viel
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||FLIGHT1A*
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They started feeling that more and more pressure was put on them, so they fled.
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TO-PRESSURE1* druck druck
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||MUCH-OR-MANY5 viel
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Once they realized that less and less people were staying, the wall was built.
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||LITTLE-BIT7A*
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||ACTIVE1^ [MG]
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WALL1B* mauer
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After so many people had fled, they had to be especially sure that wouldn’t happen anymore, so they built the wall.
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||FLIGHT1A
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||MUST1 muss
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||DOUBLE1B doppelt
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WALL1B* mauer
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They gave the whole thing a new name: German Democratic Republic.
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||WORD2 wort
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TO-CHANGE1A um
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||EQUAL2^* demokratisch{e} deutsche republik
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They founded the GDR because the communists feared that more people would flee.
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||TO-FOUND2 grün{den}
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PERSON1
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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||SERVICE-OR-DUTY5^*
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||COMMUNISM1* kommu{nismus}
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||FEAR1 angst
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People were supposed to stay in the GDR.
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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TO-STAY2* bleib
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||EQUAL8* gleich
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That's sad.
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||TO-SEE1* schade
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||TOO-BAD1*
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||$INDEX2
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And who was at fault for losing the war? Germany.
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||AND5 und
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||WAR1A* krieg
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||TO-LOSE1 ver{loren}
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||WHO2 wer
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||FAULT2 schuld
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||GERMAN1* deutschland
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^
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I was born after the war. I don’t know anything about all that.
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||I1 aber ich
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||BIRTH1A gebu{rt}
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||HISTORY-OR-STORY3* geschichte
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||TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE1* weiß
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||NOTHING1B* nichts
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When tourists ask me where I am from, I say I’m from Germany.
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||TOURIST1* tou{risten}
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||TO-COME3* woher komm
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||I2* deutsch
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||GERMAN1
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Then they say, “Of course, a Nazi.”
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||NAZI1
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A Nazi.
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NAZI2*
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I then tell them I was born in #196X and had nothing to do with what happened before.
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||$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^*
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||I1
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||BIRTH1A gebu{rt}
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||I2 [MG]
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||TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B
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||I2
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d eins
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:9* neun neun
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:6d sechs
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$NUM #x
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BIRTH1A
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$GEST^* [MG]
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I know the story, but I don’t have to tell it all.
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||I1 aber
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||TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B weiß
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||HISTORY-OR-STORY3* ge{schichte}
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$ORAL^ aber
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||TO-TELL4* erzähl
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||TO-NEED1* brauch
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Many people find Germany very admirable.
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||MUCH-OR-MANY5 viel
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||VERY6 [MG]
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||HERE1* hier
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They say Germany has a strong economical growth. Economy wise, it’s going quite well.
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||MUCH-OR-MANY5*
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||GERMAN1 deutsch
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||STEEP1*
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||ECONOMY1B wirtschaft
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||STEEP1* [MG]
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||INTEREST1B interessant
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||STEEP1*
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When it comes to economy, sure, it’s going well, but concerning what us deaf people have managed since then — a lot of things weren’t really possible.
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||ECONOMY1B* wirt{schaft}
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||STEEP1* [MG]
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||THANK-YOU-ASL1^*
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||BUT1 aber
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||DEAF1A gehörlos
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||WE1A
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||APPROXIMATELY2^ [MG]
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||NONE1* kein
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||POSSIBLE1* möglich
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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I don’t feel like deaf people from the east and the west got together after the fall of the wall, or that they get along well.
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||TO-PONDER1
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||EAST1A ost
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WEST1C west
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||FALL-OF-THE-BERLIN-WALL1 mauer
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||DEAF1A gehörlos
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||SOLIDARY1A^
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||GOOD1* gut
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||TO-UNDERSTAND1* verstehen
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||INFLUENCE1^*
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I found that quite difficult.
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I don’t really know what happened in detail.
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$GEST-OFF^
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||I1
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I1 ich
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||DIFFICULT1 schwer
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SELF1A
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^* [MG]
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||$GEST-OFF^
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$ORAL^ ob
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I1
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SELF1A*
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CONTENT3* in{halt}
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WHAT-DOES-IT-LOOK-LIKE1* wie sieht {aus}
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There was the German Federation of the Deaf and the one in the GDR.
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AND2B
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GERMAN1 deutscher gehörlosenbund
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ASSOCIATION1A*
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HIS-HER1 sein
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$LIST1:2of2d
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$INDEX1
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BACK-THEN1 damals
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GERMAN1||$INDEX1 deutscher gehörlosenbund
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Whether or not they joined forces after the wall fell, I don’t know.
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$PROD*
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INCORPORATION1 [MG]
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MAYBE2 aber
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IT-WORKS-OUT1 klappt
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I1||$GEST-OFF^* ich
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I don’t really know what happened with regards to that.
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CONTENT3 [MG]
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I1 ich
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A* weiß
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NOT3A* nicht
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What was it like to play against an Eastern German team as a soccer player?
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I2* ich
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||IF4* ob
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$GEST^* [MG]
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||TO-PLAY2* spiel
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||BEEN1 gewesen
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||FOOTBALL2 fußball
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||GAME-PLAY1A
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How did you experience that? How was that?
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||TO-LIVE1C* erlebt
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||GAME-PLAY1A
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||DONE1A* fertig
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||GAME-PLAY1A*
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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Was it weird, different?
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||WEIRD3 [MG]
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||$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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No, we’re all just human, completely normal.
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^ [MG]
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EQUAL1A* gleich
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PERSON1* für mich
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EQUAL8^* ähnlich
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$GEST-OFF^*
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USUAL1* normal
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Everybody knows the rules, how to fight and the definition of a foul.
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$INDEX1*
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MEANING1 bedeut{et}
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TO-PLAY2 spielregel
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RULE1D
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B weiß
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HOW-QUESTION-COMPARISON1
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FIGHT1B kämpf
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FOUL1* foul
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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But talking about something else for a second.
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$ORAL^ aber
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ASIDE1B* [MG]
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$INDEX1
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People who lived in the GDR realized that even ten years after the wall fell, they weren’t satisfied with the situation.
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HUMAN2*
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HIS-HER1
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DDR4 d-d-r
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HIS-HER1
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EXPERIENCE-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B* erfah{rung}
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MAIN1A^*
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EXPERIENCE-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B* erfahrung
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MY1*
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TO-LIVE1A leb
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TO-SWARM1^ [MG]
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$INDEX1*
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FALL-OF-THE-BERLIN-WALL2* mauerfall
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COURS1
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UNTIL-NOW3B* bis jetzt
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$NUM-YEAR-AFTER-NOW1:10 zehn
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COURS1
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$INDEX1
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SATISFIED6 zufrieden
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SEVERAL1*
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$GEST-OFF^
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It was difficult to find a job/
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TO-WORK2* arbeit
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TO-OBTAIN4 bekommen
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HEAVY1B schwer
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$GEST-OFF^
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One took finding a job for granted, because one thought that new companies would be built up.
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TO-BELIEVE2B
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OF-COURSE1B* selbstver{ständlich}
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GERMAN1* deutsch
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TOGETHER7 zusamm
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LIKE4A* wie
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$GEST^
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TO-OBTAIN1*
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TO-OBTAIN1* beko{mmen}
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SOURCE1A^*
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COMPANY1B*
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NEW1A neu
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COMPANY1B* fir{ma}
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SOURCE1A^ fabrik
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$PROD* [MG]
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I can understand that.
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I1
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TO-UNDERSTAND1 [MG]
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I understand them.
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I1
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ON-PERSON1 auf
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TO-UNDERSTAND1
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$GEST-OFF^*
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They thought that with the fall of the wall, there would be many open spaces that companies could move to.
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WALL1B mauerfall
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FALL-OF-THE-BERLIN-WALL2
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FREE4^*
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FREE2A frei
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FREE4^*
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PLANE3A^ fläche
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||COME-HERE1
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||COMPANY1B*
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However, the companies already had enough sites in western Germany.
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I1*
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1* da da
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ENOUGH2* genug
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Why build something up in the east if there’s already enough in the west?
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I1
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TO-FOUND2 gegrün{det}
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COMPANY1A firma
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FRESH1* frisch
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TO-SPIN8^
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ENOUGH2 genug
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1*
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TRANSPORT1B* transport
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ENOUGH1 genug
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The east is problematic in regards to that.
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AREA1A*
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PROBLEM1 problem
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AREA1A*
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I know that and one has to see what time will bring, how it will develop.
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I1*
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A* weiß nicht ob
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NOT1*
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TO-DEVELOP2 [MG]
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TIME1 zei{t}
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TO-DEVELOP1A*
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TO-ALTER1 [MG]
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Maybe there will be a company in the future that wants to settle there.
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||TO-SEARCH1* [MG]
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||TO-MOVE2^ [MG]
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GOOD1* [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^*
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STILL4A* noch
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UNTIL-TODAY2
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$GEST-OFF^
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$GEST-CROSSED-ARMS1^ [MG]
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One has to be patient.
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PATIENCE1B geduld
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$GEST-OFF^*
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When Germany was still separated, would you say there was a part where it was nicer to live as a deaf person? Were you supported a lot? Did the west invest a lot of money for deaf people or was it about the same?
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Somebody once told me that in the east, it was considered more normal to be deaf.
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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||I1
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||ALREADY3* schon
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||AN1A
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||FRIEND7 freund
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||TO-TELL1
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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||$INDEX1
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||TO-SAY1*
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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||HABIT1 gewohnt
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||TO-SAY1* wie
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||HABIT1 gewohnt
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Like deaf and hearing students going to the same school, for example.
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||LIKE4B* wie
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||HEARING1A hö{rend}
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||SCHOOL1A schu{le}
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||AND2B und
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||DEAF1A* gehör{los}
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||SCHOOL1C schu{le}
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||TOGETHER1B
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||HABIT1*
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||TO-LIVE1C leben
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||$GEST-OFF^
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Here, through the German Federation of the Deaf, one doesn’t have to pay fees when taking trips [probably referring to train rides].
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||GERMAN1 deutscher gehörlosenbund
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||DEAF1A
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||ASSOCIATION3C*
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||FREE1* frei
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||FREE-OF-CHARGE1*
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||TO-DRIVE1* freifah{rt}
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That didn’t exist in the GDR. Everybody had to pay for himself or herself.
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||DDR4* d-d{-r}
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||NONE8
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||SELF1A* selbst
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||TO-PAY1 bezah{len}
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However, they weren’t able to travel to the west. They were allowed to travel only within the eastern areas.
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||BUT1 aber
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||WEST1C* w{est}
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||WEST1A west
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||TO-DRIVE1*
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$PROD*||MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2* [MG]
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||NOT3A*
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||ONLY2B*
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||EAST1A ost
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||EAST1A* o{st}
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To Hungary, or from the GDR to Poland.
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||HUNGARY-$CANDIDATE-MST12^* ungarn
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||DDR4* d-d-r
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||POLAND2* pol{en}
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||MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2* [MG]
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$ORAL^ okay
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Leaving the country was limited, though.
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||BUT1 aber
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||BORDER1B grenz
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If one had the dream of travelling to some other country in the world, that wasn’t possible.
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||BUT1 aber
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||WORLD2*
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||TO-WISH1B wünsch
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||DREAM1* traum
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||WORLD1* welt
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||NOT3A* ni{cht}
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||POSSIBLE1* mö{glich}
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It was like a restriction of one’s freedom.
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||AND5 und
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||LIKE4A* wie
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||TO-BLOCK1A* [MG]
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||DISABILITY7* [MG]
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Some people knew that other countries existed, but didn’t really think about it.
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||SEVERAL1 [MG]
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A wei{ß}
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DIFFERENT2 an{dere}
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||CARELESS3A [MG]
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Until the wall fell, that’s when the interest was sparked.
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||UNTIL1* bis
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||FALL-OF-THE-BERLIN-WALL2 mauerfa{ll}
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||INTEREST1B [MG]
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He said he didn’t regret it, it was normal.
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$ORAL^ aber
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||BEFORE1G* vor
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||I1
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||TO-BE-SORRY-FOR1 bereuen
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$INDEX1||TO-SAY1 sagt
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||NOT3B* nicht
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||USUAL1* normal
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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I always looked at it thinking that life there [in the east] was harder.
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||I2 [MG]
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COMPARISON2
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||TO-SEE1
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||$INDEX1 [MG]
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||VERY6*
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I thought they were underprivileged.
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||LITTLE-BIT1^* [MG]
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But they didn’t look up to us; their lives were just as ordinary to them.
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||TO-LOOK-AT1*
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||USUAL1 nor{mal}
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After the wall fell, they just discovered a lot of new things, well, I don’t know.
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||I1
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||TO-LEARN1 lern
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||$INDEX1
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||NEW1A* neu
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||INTEREST1B [MG]
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||$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^
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The disadvantage now is the high rate of unemployment.
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BUT1 aber
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AFTER1 nachteil
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DISADVANTAGE3
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TO-WORK1* arbeitslos
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NOT5*
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$INDEX1
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Concerning travel, I just thought of this.
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$GEST-OFF^*
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A lot of things changed for the people.
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COMPANY1B* firma
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COHERENCE1B [MG]
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TO-ALTER1 [MG]
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TO-DRIVE1* [MG]
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A great thing/
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d [MG]
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VERY6* [MG]
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HIS-HER1
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Back then, in the GDR, young people were supported a lot within a community.
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DDR4 d-d-r
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TIME1 zei{t}
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AREA1A^
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GREAT1A* [MG]
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YOUNG1 jung
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TO-PROMOTE1A*
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TO-PROMOTE1B*
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TO-PROMOTE1A* [MG]
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Together, they went on a lot of trips and were given money to realize them.
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TOGETHER7 [MG]
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APPLAUSE2^*
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TRIP5* aus{flug}
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MONEY1A [MG]
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TO-GIVE-MONEY1
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The government supported them going on trips.
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GOVERNMENT1* regierung
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TO-GIVE-MONEY1 [MG]
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TO-PROMOTE1A*
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TRIP5* ausflug
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A lot of things were supported, like sports and trips. TRIP5*
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I1 [MG]
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TO-LIST1A [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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TO-DRIVE1^* [MG]
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SPORTS1 sport
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TO-PROMOTE1A* [MG]
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TO-GIVE-MONEY1 [MG]
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TO-PROMOTE1A*
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TO-DRIVE1^*
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I thought that was extraordinary and impressive.
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I1 [MG]
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WEIRD1 [MG]
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TO-LIST1A paar
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GREAT1A [MG]
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That didn’t exist in the west. I1 [MG]
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$ALPHA1:W* we{st}
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NO1A* [MG]
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One always had to pay at least partly.
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MEANING1^*
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TO-GIVE-MONEY1*
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$ORAL^ ab{er}
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SELF1A*||$INDEX1 selbst
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HALF1A
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TO-PAY5*
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SELF1A selbst
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HALF1A
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^
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There were some great things in the east, really great.
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GREAT1A [MG]
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$INDEX1||SEVERAL1
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GREAT1A [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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It was commendable, great.
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GOOD1 gut
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ROLEMODEL1 vorbild
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TO-SHOW1A [MG]
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GREAT1A [MG]
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That was positive, they were proud of being able to show that.
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B^
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GOOD1 gut
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PROUD1* stolz
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$GEST-OFF^
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TO-SHOW1A*
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^
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After the fall of the wall it changed: Everyone had to pay for himself now.
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AIM2*
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FALL-OF-THE-BERLIN-WALL2 mauerfall
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TO-MODIFY3*
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SELF1A* selbst
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$GEST-OFF^
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Before that time it was better because there was a good budget available.
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1*
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BETTER2 [MG]
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MONEY1A
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TO-GIVE-MONEY1*
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BETTER2* [MG]
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Now, due to the changes, you had to pay all or half of it by yourself.
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NOW1 leer
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FINISHED-EMPTY1*
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SELF1A selbst
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TO-PAY5 bezah{len}
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HALF6 hälfte
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SELF1A
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$GEST-OFF^
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The people said that was bullshit.
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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SHIT1A schei{ße}
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TO-BELONG1^
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I2^
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OKAY1A
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It was obvious that that‘s how it would develop in the future, and also somewhat normal.
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$GEST-OFF^
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USUAL1 normal
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FUTURE2* zu{kunft}
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TO-ALTER1 än{dern}
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USUAL1* normal
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Where was the money supposed to come from?
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CONTAINER2^
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MONEY1A
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WHERE-FROM1 woher
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$GEST-OFF^
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It was of course impossible to continue that way; that would’ve torn a huge hole into the funds.
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WHY1^* [MG]
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$INDEX1
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ALWAYS4A* immer
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MONEY1A
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TO-GET1B holen
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$INDEX1*
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HOLE1B loch
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$INDEX1
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TO-GO1B* geht
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NOT3A nicht
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Now, they can understand that as well.
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$INDEX1 [LM:ah]
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TO-UNDERSTAND1
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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$GEST-OFF^
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Of course, I don’t know how they paid for all that back in the GDR. Maybe that also ruined them financially.
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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TO-OWN-TO-EXIST1* [MG]
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B* weiß
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I1
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NOT3A* nicht
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DDR4 d-d-r
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TO-ORGANISE2A*
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TO-OWN-TO-EXIST1* [MG]
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EYE1*
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CONTENT3
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B [MG]
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HOLE1B loch
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||TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B* weiß
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||I1
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||NOT3A nicht
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||$GEST-OFF^
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That’s a possibility, but it was never officially stated. The Stasi always kept everything under wraps.
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POSSIBLE1 möglich
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PUBLIC1 offen
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NEVER2A* niemals
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TO-BE-SILENT1A* schweigepflicht
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DUTY5*
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AREA1D^
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STASI1A stasi
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AREA1A^
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$GEST-OFF^
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Well, that’s just the way it was.
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$INDEX1 ja
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TO-GET-TO-KNOW1^* [MG]
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Comparing supportive actions, it was a lot better in the GDR than in Germany.
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||$GEST-OFF^*
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||BUT1 aber
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||GOOD1
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$GEST-NM^
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||TO-PROMOTE1B förder
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||TO-TRY-OR-REHEARSAL1^*
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||COMPARISON2
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||$ALPHA1:D d-d-r
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||MUCH-OR-MANY5 viel
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||BETTER1 besser
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||AS-OR-THAN3* als
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||GERMAN1 deutschland
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||HERE1*
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They followed particular goals; that wasn’t the case in [Western] Germany.
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||PRESENT-OR-HERE1* da
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||AIM2* ziel ziel
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||GERMAN1 deu{tschland}
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||HERE1
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||CARELESS3B* [MG]
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The wish for freedom was much bigger here.
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||FREE2A freiheit
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||TO-WISH1B wunsch
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$INDEX1
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In the east, one concentrated more on sports, education and everyone having the same personal rights.
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||GOOD1
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||SPORTS1* sport
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||TO-FOCUS1*
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||$LIST1:2of2d
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||EDUCATION3* bildung
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||$LIST1:3of3d
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||OR1*
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||PERSON1* persönlich
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||EQUAL8* gleich
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||LAW-OR-JUSTICE1 recht
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||EQUAL8* [MG]
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It was a lot more straightforward, whereas here, there were more differences.
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||LIKE3B wie
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||SOLID1B^* [MG]
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||DIRECTION1*
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HERE1 [MG]
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||DIFFERENCE1B*
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$GEST-OFF^
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Through those two groups of people coming together, conflicts arose.
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||THEN1A* dann
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||TO-AFFECT1* einfluß
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||CONFLICT1E konflikt
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||$GEST-OFF^
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I find exchanging thoughts and being in contact with deaf people from eastern Germany quite difficult.
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||TO-REPLACE1* austausch
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||I1*
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||DEAF1A
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||PERSON1
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||EAST1A ost
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||CONTACT2B kontakt
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||DIFFICULT1 schwer
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It takes time to warm up to one another and exchange opinions.
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||TO-INTERLOCK1B^ [MG]
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||OPINION1B meinung
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||HIS-HER1
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||COMPARISON2*
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||TO-INTERLOCK1B*
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But it’s interesting that both sides communicate in German Sign Language.
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$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^ aber
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||BUT1
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||INTEREST1B intere{ssant}
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||CULTURE1A*
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||TO-REPLACE1 austausch
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||I1*
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||$INDEX1
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||GERMAN1 deutsch
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||LANGUAGE1* sprache
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||I1
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||TO-SIGN1G* [MG]
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||CAN1 kann
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||$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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After finishing school in the GDR, deaf people would immediately get a job.
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AND2B und
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$INDEX1
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PERSON1* [MG]
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DEAF1A*
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PERSON1*
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DDR4 d-d-r
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PERSON1*
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SCHOOL1A schule
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THEN1A dann
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TO-DISMISS1 entlassen
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TO-WORK2 arbeit
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TO-OBTAIN1* bekomm bekomm {be}komm
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TO-MOVE1^* [MG]
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TO-WORK2* arbeit
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PROCEEDING2^* [MG]
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TO-HIRE1A* [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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There were absolutely no problems.
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NONE2* kein problem
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PROBLEM1
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$GEST-OFF^
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That’s how it developed.
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TO-DEVELOP1B [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^*
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After passing their final exam for their apprenticeship, they got jobs. And those was save; everything was just dandy.
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AFTER1*
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EDUCATION1 aus{bildung}
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DONE2*
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JOURNEYMAN3* ges{ellen}prüf
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TO-EXAMINE1*
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DONE2* fert{ig}
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TO-DEVELOP1B [MG]
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TO-WORK2* arbeit
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SECURE1 sicher
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TO-DEVELOP1B* [MG]
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SUPER1* [MG]
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After the fall of the wall, all that changed.
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$INDEX1*
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FALL-OF-THE-BERLIN-WALL2 mauerfall
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^ [MG]
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ALSO1A*
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TO-ALTER1* ändern
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A lot of companies went out of business, and a lot of people got laid off.
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COMPANY1B firma
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BROKE1 pleite
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BROKE3^* [MG]
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TO-DISMISS2* [MG]
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TO-DECREASE-STH1B [MG]
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When deaf people have to go look for a new job, it’s a lot more difficult nowadays.
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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THEN1A dann
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TODAY3 heut{igen}
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TIME1 z{eit}
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TO-WORK1* arbeit
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HEAVY1B schwer
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One is also confronted with reactions such as, “We don’t employ deaf people.”
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MOVEMENT1B^ [MG]
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A
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LOST-HEARING1*
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TO-REJECT2 ab{lehnen}
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$GEST^
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Deaf people who were living in the GDR at the time say that there was absolutely no problem getting a job back then.
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN2 früher
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GOOD1 [MG]
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LOST-HEARING1
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TIME1 zeit
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BETWEEN1C*
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TO-WORK2* arbeit
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TO-OBTAIN1* bekomm
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It didn’t matter that they were deaf.
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LOST-HEARING1
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ROLE2 spielt {keine} rolle
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That job security was amazing.
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TO-WORK1* arbeitp{latz}
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PLACE9
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SECURE1* sicher
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$PROD*
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SUPER1 [MG]
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I found that quite surprising.
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$GEST^ [MG]
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TO-MARVEL1*
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$GEST-OFF^
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It’s a big difference compared to here.
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DIFFERENCE2 unter{schied}
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HERE1* hier
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NOW3*
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Maybe you still remember this. When the east and the west were still separated, one was able to receive a lot of money and support in the east without having to first file an application. There was no paper-warfare. Here, in the west, one had to go through the whole application process to get money. Can you remember that? Have deaf people told you about something like that?
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No, but I know that a lot of money was put into education.
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^ [MG]
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||BUT1* aber
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||SCHOOL1A* schulbildung
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||EDUCATION1
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||TO-OBTAIN1* bekomm
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||MONEY1A*
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All books were free, for example.
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||FREE-OF-CHARGE1 frei
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BOOK1B buch
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The security of jobs was supported.
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TO-PROMOTE1B* fördern
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||TO-WORK2* arbeitsplatz
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||PLACE9*
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||TO-OBTAIN1* bekomm
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||UNTIL-THEN2
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And there was a deaf society and theatre groups that were strongly supported, just like that.
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$ORAL^ und
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SOCIETY-OR-CORPORATION1* gesellschaft
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||LOST-HEARING1* gehörlos
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||LOCATION1B^*
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$ORAL^ und
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||THEATRE6* theater
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||TO-SHOW1A*
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TO-PROMOTE1B fördern
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||FREE-OF-CHARGE1 frei
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$GEST-OFF^
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Over here, we also considered that completely normal.
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||FOR1*
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MORE1 mehr
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ACTIVE1^*
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||FEELING2A fühl
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||I2 wie
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USUAL1 normal
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Looking back at it now, it’s nice to see there was so much support over there.
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||TO-SEE1 [MG]
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||BEAUTIFUL4* schön
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SUBSIDY2
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I don’t know how it would have turned out if we in West Germany had got the same financial support.
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$GEST-OFF^
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SUBSIDY2* schön
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$GEST-OFF^
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I don’t know anything on the topic of applications over there.
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^
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OFF2 ab
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SUBJECT1 thema
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REQUEST1B* antrag
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^
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I know that the government had its influence on the people, and that it supported and funded a lot of things.
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LIKE3A wie
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TO-LIVE1C leben
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TO-DEVELOP1A entwickeln
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TO-ORGANISE2A [MG]
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SELF1A* selbst
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TO-ORGANISE2A [MG]
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TRIP5* aus{flug}
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PROGRAM1B* programm
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TO-SHOW1B* [MG]
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TO-SWARM1^* [MG]
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MONEY1A
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TO-GIVE-MONEY1
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$GEST^
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TRIP5* [MG]
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SUPER1* [MG]
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$INDEX1*
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CARELESS3A^ [MG]
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$INDEX1
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AREA1A^
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CARELESS3A^*
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But I don’t know how that worked and what it entailed exactly.
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CONTENT3
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^
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Others in the west have also said that the wall should be put up again. That one should rebuild it. What do you think? Should the wall have been kept in your opinion? What do you think about the solidarity surcharge? If the wall hadn’t fallen, one would’ve never had to pay that. Many say that, now, through the fall of the wall, one has to pay a lot. How do you see that?
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When I look at my pay slip, there’s the social/
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SELF1A*
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MY1 mein
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WHAT1A* was
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WAGE1 lohn{ab}rechnung
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TO-BILL1*
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SOCIAL2A*
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The social deduction/
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SOCIAL2A sozialzuschlag
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TO-BEAT1^
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I1||$PROD*
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No, the solidarity surcharge, the one that gets subtracted.
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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SOLIDARY1A solidaritätszuschlag
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TO-BEAT1^
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$INDEX1||$PROD*
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MONEY1A
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TO-TAKE2^* [MG]
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FUNDING1
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If I imagine putting all that money into a piggy bank instead and checking in the end how much it is in total, it’d be quite an amount; and that‘s what I’ve paid over the years as solidarity surcharge.
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1
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LIKE3A* wie
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QUOTATION-MARKS1^
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PIG2 schwein
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CONTAINER2^
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MONEY1A*
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TO-DONATE2A* spenden spenden
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TO-THROW1* [MG]
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$PROD* [MG]
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MONEY1A geld
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MONEY1A verzichten
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TO-FOREGO-STH1*
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$GEST-OFF^
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I am aware why politicians handle it that way.
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I1 [MG]
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B* weiß
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POLITICS1* pol{itik}
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WHAT1B* was
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TO-EXPLAIN1^ [MG]
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The reason was all the war damage that had destroyed much of eastern Germany.
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REASON4A grund
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$ALPHA1:O ostdeutschland
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GERMAN1
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AREA1A* schlimm
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BAD1*
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TO-SHOOT1B^* kriegsschäden
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TO-DAMAGE1
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HOUSE2 haus
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$PROD* [MG]
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TO-BREAK1^* schaden
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I understood that a lot of it had to be repaired there.
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I1
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TO-UNDERSTAND1 versteh
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TO-REPAIR1 [MG]
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I had hoped back then that within ten years everything would be rebuilt so that there would only be small stuff left to deal with.
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I1 hoffe
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TO-HOPE1C
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UNTIL1 bis
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$NUM-YEAR-AFTER-NOW1:10* zehn jahre
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TO-REPAIR1*
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TO-MODIFY1B* [MG]
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BIT1A* bisschen
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I had hoped that the solidarity surcharge would then be abolished again.
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TO-HOPE1A* ho{ffen}
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$INDEX1
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SOLIDARY1A solidaritätszuschlag
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SURCHARGE1*
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OFF1A* ab
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TO-HOPE1C hoff
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I1*
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But it still exists today.
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PROCEEDING1^
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STILL3* [MG] noch
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UNTIL-TODAY2*
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$GEST^ [MG]
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So much has been repaired and done in the east, it should be enough now.
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$INDEX1
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DONE2 fe{rtig}
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TO-REPAIR1*
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BETTER1* besser
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DONE2 [MG]
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ENOUGH2 genug
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$GEST-OFF^
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I think enough has been done.
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I1*
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SOON2
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END1^* [MG]
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FINISH1 sch{luss}
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ENOUGH2 genug
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FOR1* für
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FINISH1 schluss
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I don’t like the fact that we still have to pay.
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NEVERTHELESS2A trotz{dem}
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STILL4B* noch
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UNTIL-TODAY2
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$GEST-OFF^
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NOT3A*
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BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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I’d like it to be abolished.
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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I1*
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TO-BE-ANNOYED2 [MG]
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$INDEX1* [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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TO-THINK1B* [MG]
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TO-ABOLISH1* absch{affen}
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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For a while, I was also angry about it, but it’s kind of been forgotten, until now.
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||I1
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||UNTIL-NOW1 [MG]
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||BEGINNING1A* anfang
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$PROD*||$INDEX1*
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||TO-BE-ANNOYED2* ärgern
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LATER10*
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||TO-FORGET1* vergess
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||$GEST-DECLINE1^
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TO-ROLL1A^* [MG]
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||NOW1 jetzt
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The whole of Germany has to be financially supported, not just the east. It has to be equal.
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TO-GIVE-MONEY1^*
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TO-PROMOTE1B* fördern
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||ALSO1A* auch
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||GERMAN1* deutschland
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||HERE-NOW1^
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||COUNTRY3A*
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||ALL2C^
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TO-PROMOTE1B fördern
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||COUNTRY3A* land
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||ALSO1A auch
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SAME3* {das}selbe
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||TO-GROW2C^
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EQUAL9
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||SAME3 {das}selbe
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||$GEST-OFF^
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If the wall were to be back, I imagine the world would laugh at us.
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$ORAL^ aber
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||IF-OR-WHEN1A* wenn
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BACK2 wieder zurück
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WALL1B* mauer
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WORLD1 welt
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||TO-LAUGH1 lachen
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||ON-PERSON1
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||$GEST-OFF^
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It’d be better to fight for the east to be elevated to the same level as the west.
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||RATHER1 lieb
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||STRONG2B* [MG]
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||YOU1 du
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||FIGHT2 kämpfen
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||TO-GROW2C^*
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One doesn’t need a wall.
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WALL5 mauer
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TO-NEED1* brauch
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In my opinion, we don’t need the wall back.
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||I1* [MG]
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||SELF1A* mein
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||OPINION1B mein
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WALL1B* mauer
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BACK1A* wieder zurück
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FOR-WHAT3 wofür
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I think it’s important that we accept one another.
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||EQUAL8* [MG]
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IMPORTANT1* wichtig
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TO-ACCEPT1* akzeptier akzeptier akzeptier
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Just check out whether one wants to live in the west.
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||LIKE-THIS1* so
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||TO-BELONG1^ so
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||$INDEX1
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||TO-COME1
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SATISFIED4 zu{frieden}
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If not, one can live at home and build something up there.
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SATISFIED4 zu{frieden}
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||OFF-OR-AWAY1
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APARTMENT1A* wohnheim
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||AREA1B^*
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TO-BUILD-UP1 aufbau
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That way the life of former GDR inhabitants can change the same way ours did.
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||SELF2 selbst
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||TO-LIVE1C* leben
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TO-MODIFY1A* verändern
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||I1 auch
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||TO-LIVE1C* leben
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TO-MODIFY1A* verändern
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It‘s called mutual influence.
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TO-AFFECT1* einfluss
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It’s already been/
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ALREADY3 schon
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It’s already been approximately 20 years/
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||UNTIL-NOW1
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||APPROXIMATELY1*
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||$NUM-TENS1:2d zwanzig
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||YEAR1A* jahr
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20 years/
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$NUM-TENS2A:2d zwanzig
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||YEAR1A* jahr
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||$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d
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20 years/
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||$NUM-TENS2A:2d zwanzig
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||YEAR1A* jahr
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No, 22 years.
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$GEST-NM^ [MG]
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12/
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d* einund ||$NUM-TEEN1:2d zwölf
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$NUM-DOUBLE1A:2d zweiundzwanzig
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YEAR1A jahr
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Yes, exactly, 22 years.
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||$NUM-DOUBLE1B:2d* zweiundzwanzig
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||YEAR1A jahr
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When I think about how fast the time has passed/
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||TO-NOTICE2*
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||FAST3A schnell
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COURS1 [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^ um
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I mean, it’s no longer complicate to travel to the east.
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||I1*
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PROBLEM2A* problem
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||$INDEX1
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One can just go to Berlin.
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||ONLY2B nur
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CAR-DRIVING2 fahr
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WEIRD2
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DONE2 fertig
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||FAR1* weit
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BERLIN1A ber{lin}
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There are no stressful situations at the borders.
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||NOT3A
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||BARRIER1*
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STRESS1A* stress
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It’s great to discover all that anew, the landscape, nothing else.
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||THROUGH1^*
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||WEIRD1 [MG]
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LANDSCAPE1* landschaft
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$ORAL^ sonst
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NOTHING1B nichts
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Nowadays, one can travel the entire area along the Baltic Sea coast, Rügen, for example.
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||EAST1B ostsee
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I can’t even imagine anymore that all of that was completely shut off by a wall.
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BACK2 wie{der} zurück
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WALL1B mau{er}
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||IMAGINATION1A* vorstellung
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^ [MG]
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How about you?
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Back to the solidarity surcharge.
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SOLIDARY1A solidaritätszuschlag
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SURCHARGE1*
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I think that’s been enough now.
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OPINION1B mein
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It should just be changed already, based on the argument that one already pays enough wage tax.
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ENOUGH2 genug
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WAGE1 lohnsteuer
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CONTENT3 [MG]
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One just takes some of the money to push the economy further, or constructions.
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ECONOMY1B re{gierung} wirtschaft
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BUILDING-OR-CONSTRUCTION1 bau
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I think it’s enough to take some of that out.
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ENOUGH2 genug
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Why pay a surcharge?
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$PROD* was
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HOW-COME2 wieso
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You expected it to be over after ten years, but one still pays the solidarity surcharge today.
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To keep supporting the country, supporting it further.
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BUT1* aber
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||COUNTRY3A land
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TO-PROMOTE1B förder
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TO-PROMOTE1B förder
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I think not just the east but also the west.
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||WEST1A west
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I’ve never thought about it, but one could abolish it, sure.
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You could protest.
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One person protesting isn’t enough; everybody has to do it.
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The German government stays out of it; they’re smart.
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GOVERNMENT1 regierung
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If the government sees that there is no protest, they just keep going.
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The people who lived in the west used to think that there were no unemployed people in the east. The people who lived in the east, on the other hand, though that the west was horrible. That people there were lazy and only begged. That’s what they told me. When the wall fell, they though “Oh, none of that was true. They have it a lot better than we do.” People in the west thought similarly, that they had no unemployed people over there. Have you ever heard anything about that? Have you every heard about the Stasi forcing people to work?
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No, I don’t know about that.
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No, that’s completely new to me. I’ve never heard anything about that.
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SELF1A [MG]
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NOTHING1A* [MG] nichts
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SUBJECT1 thema
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No, I’m also hearing it for the first time.
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FOR1* für
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WEIRD1 [MG]
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Yes, yes. They always thought the west was horrible, that everything smelled bad and everyone was begging in the streets. The east was supposedly a lot better. That was the goal. That information was spread so people wouldn’t try to flee.
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FOR1* für
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NOTHING1A* nichts
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Well, it’s like this/ REASON4A grund
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After the wall had fallen, many eastern Germans said the west was beautiful.
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DDR4 d-d-r
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FALL-OF-THE-BERLIN-WALL2 m{auer}fall
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$ALPHA1:W westdeutschland
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BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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Everything was new, clean and looked after.
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BEAUTIFUL3 schön
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CLEAN1 sau{ber}
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WATER3A [MG]
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CARE1 pfle{ge}
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Everything was blooming in the street. It surprised them a lot.
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STREET1* stra{ße}
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In the east, many things were quite run down.
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TO-SEE1 [MG]
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$ALPHA1:O ostdeutsch
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BAD3A* schlimm
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LIKE7A* wie
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The streets had huge potholes in them; it wasn’t nice to look at.
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STREET1 str{aße}
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HOLE1A* löcher
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SHAME4 [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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That was it. I didn’t hear anything else.
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VERY6 [MG]
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DONE1B
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$GEST-OFF^
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Other than that, I don’t know anything on the topic of work and what they thought about the differences. But/
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$ORAL^ aber
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OVER-OR-ABOUT1 üb{er}
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TO-WORK1 a{rbeit}
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MORE1 mehr
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DIFFERENCE2* unterschied
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NOTHING1A nichts
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But I would say that, on average, the GDR is 20 to 30 years behind Germany in development.
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$ORAL^ aber
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||WAGE1*
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DIFFERENCE2*
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||DEFICIT1* rück{stand}
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TO-LIVE1C* lebe
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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I don’t feel like they’re jealous.
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TO-NOTICE2 merk
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$GEST-OFF^
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No, those who I’ve talked to thought it was good here/
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||I1
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TALK1 unterhalt
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GOOD1* [MG]
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But it had supposedly been good there as well.
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||GOOD1*
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Especially because of the educational system. I1
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WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1* was
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ONLY2B nur
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||EDUCATION1 bildungssystem
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Since there was so much funding there that didn’t exist here. That’s the difference.
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WHAT-DOES-THAT-MEAN1* was
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||$INDEX1 [MG]
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||INTEREST1B interessant
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||MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viel
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TO-PROMOTE1B förder
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||GOOD3
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||NOT4
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||DIFFERENCE1C* unterschiedlich
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I don’t know if they had more fun or if it was interesting there.
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||INTEREST1B interesse
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||FUN1 spaß
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||DONT-KNOW1* [MG]
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I had a deaf friend in the east who was in contact with his uncle in the west. He sent them things like shirts with gold buttons and cans. We would just throw them away nowadays. But my friend put them up and collected them. They liked that a lot. Today, they would also throw those things away. Have you been told things like that, as well?
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Yes, that was completely normal.
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USUAL1*
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YES1A* ja
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I heard from someone that they were a big fan of German chocolate.
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TO-TELL4 erzähl
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MOST1A [MG]
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CHOCOLATE2 schoko
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||GERMAN1 deutschland
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||HERE1*
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They had an uncle in the west.
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It was still during the time when the countries were separated.
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||PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1 früher
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TO-SEPARATE1A
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The two of them stayed in contact.
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||STILL5 noch
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CONTACT2A kontakt
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They were then usually sent chocolate.
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||MOST1A* [MG]
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CHOCOLATE2* schockolade
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And now, it gets interesting: A package was being prepared and sent off.
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INTEREST1B
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PARCEL1* paket
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||CLEAN1 saub
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TO-GIVE-PILE1^*
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It was checked at the border; everything was inspected closely.
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BORDER1A grenze
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||CONTROL1
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||OFF1D* ab ab ab
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$PROD*
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Then, it was resealed and brought to the recipient.
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BACK2 wieder zurück
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TO-GIVE-PILE1^
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||AREA1B^ heimat
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TO-GIVE-PILE1^
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Once receiving the package, one immediately saw the tear and knew that it had been checked.
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TO-GIVE-PILE1^ [MG]
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||$PROD* [MG]
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||MEAN-OR-BE-CALLED4 heißt
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||BEEN2 gewe{sen}
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||TO-OPEN7* auf
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||CONTROL1 kontroll
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One couldn’t know whether it was still filled completely as it were before.
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||TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B weiß
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$ORAL^ ob
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NOT3B oder
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There was quite the possibility that someone had taken something out.
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||CAN1 kann
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||$PROD*
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Or whether the letters had been inspected, things like that. $ORAL^ oder
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LETTER-MAIL1A brief
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$PROD*
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A weird approach.
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WEIRD3 [MG]
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LIKE-THIS1 so
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It was possible that one only found out something had been taken out of the package after visiting the sender.
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||TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1A besuch
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TALK3* unterhalt
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||I1
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||MUCH-OR-MANY5 viel
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||TO-LACK2 fehlt
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||TO-LIST1C
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||MEAN-OR-BE-CALLED4* heißt
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||TO-SWIPE1 [MG]
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But there was no way to complain.
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||BUT1 aber
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If one had complained, one would’ve immediately gone to prison. Horrible, really.
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||TO-SNEAK1 [MG]
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||MUST1 muss
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||PRISON2 gefängnis
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||BAD3D* schlimm
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The west was different.
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||WEST1A west
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One could make demands without suffering consequences if the police had stolen something.
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$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^ [MG]
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||WHO6* wer
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||TO-MAKE3* gemacht
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||MAIL2 postträger
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||TO-CARRY1
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||TO-SWIPE1 klau
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One did not have any disadvantages because of it/
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TO-DAMAGE1 schad
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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Nobody said anything in the GDR because everyone was scared of the consequences.
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||DDR4 d-d-r
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||NOTHING-TO-SAY1
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DONE4
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||FEAR1 angst
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That was the difference. DIFFERENCE1C untersch{ied}
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Und/
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AND5 und
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Well, I live in an apartment in a tenement.
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HOUSE1B haus
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RENT2 miet
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I have a good relationship with the neighbour living on the floor below me.
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NEIGHBOUR2B nachbar
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$PROD*
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I1 [MG]
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GOOD1 [MG]
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We really trust each other.
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TRUST1 vertrau
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STRONG2B [MG]
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We help each other out with problems, or repapering, stuff like that.
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TO-HELP1* hel{fen}
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PROBLEM2A* problem
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$GEST-OFF^
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I1
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TO-HELP1* hel{fen}
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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TO-HELP1* [MG]
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TO-HANG-WALLPAPER1* tapet
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TO-HELP1 hel{fen}
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Even when there’s something to do in the garden, or just any problems in general. I1
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GARDEN12A garten
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PROBLEM2A* problem
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Or when I forgot to buy some groceries, I can ask him to lend me something.
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$ORAL^ [LM:ah]
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TO-FORGET1 verge{ssen}
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He then gives me something to eat or drink and I return it to him later on.
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TO-DRINK1* trink
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TO-GIVE1* geb
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LATER6
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BACK2* zurück
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We have kept a great relationship until today.
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IT-WORKS1 [MG]
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UNTIL-TODAY2 [MG]
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$GEST-TO-PONDER1^*
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Well, he/
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d* [MG]
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$$EXTRA-LING-ACT^
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What was it again/ $INDEX1
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COHERENCE3 [MG]
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Well, his wife‘s brother, or the sister, I’m not sure.
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1B:1 ein
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||$INDEX1 frau
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SELF2 selbst
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BROTHER1A* bruder
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OR1* od{er}
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SISTER1A schwes{ter}
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COMPETITION1^ [MG]
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Or the niece? I don’t really know, ah, whatever.
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WHICH2* we{lche}
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NEPHEW1 neffe
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AND-SO-ON5* [MG]
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I1 ich
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A weiß
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EXACTLY1 genau
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$GEST-OFF^
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$$EXTRA-LING-ACT^
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$GEST-DECLINE1^ [MG]
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Anyway, they came to visit once in three years.
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1
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YEAR1A* jahr
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ONCE1A einmal
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TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1B* besuch
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They visited them every two years.
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YEAR1A* zwei jahr
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d einmal
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TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1B besuch
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That was the regulation, that’s how it went.
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YEAR1A* zwei
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PRESCRIPTION1B [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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I was still quite young and communicating was a little difficult. $$EXTRA-LING-ACT^
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I1 [MG]
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DEFICIENCY-IN-COMMUNICATION1 [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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My parents tried to explain it a little.
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ALL1B
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PARENTS1A el{tern}
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GESTURE1 [MG]
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I barely understood anything, just seeing them talk like that.
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$GEST-OFF^*
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I2*
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OFTEN2B oft
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NO1A [MG]
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I1*
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PERCEPTION1* [MG]
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$GEST^
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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I didn’t really know what all of that meant, only the rough context.
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NOT3A [MG]
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TO-UNDERSTAND1 [MG]
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CONTENT3 in{halt}
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I2* [MG]
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APPROXIMATELY3* ungefähr
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PERCEPTION3
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APPROXIMATELY1* unge{fähr}
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They told me that the GDR only gets one shipment of bananas a year.
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SELF2 [MG]
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TO-TELL4 [MG]
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SELF2 [MG]
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DDR4 d-d-r
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AREA1B [MG]
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ONLY2B
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YEAR1A ein jahr
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1 einmal
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TIMES3
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A [MG]
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TO-DELIVER1B* [MG]
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BANANA2 ban{ane} ban{ane}
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TO-DELIVER1B* [MG]
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When they came, everybody was completely ecstatic about the fresh bananas and wanted to buy some.
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TO-SPREAD2^* [MG]
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1 [MG]
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FINALLY2B endlich
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FRESH1 frisch
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BANANA2* ba{nane} ba{nane}
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FINALLY2B* [MG]
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TO-BUY1A kaufe
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Everyone rushed to the bananas and they bought every single one until there were no more.
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TO-DECREASE-STH1A* [MG]
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THIN-OR-SKINNY1A^* [MG]
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FINISH1 [MG]
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LAST1B letzt
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FINISH1 [MG]
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It only happened once a year, that bananas were delivered/
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YEAR3B* ein jahr
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THEN1A*
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ONCE-MORE2A* wied{er}
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ONCE-MORE1A
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BANANA2* banane Where was that? In a city? A big city?
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WHERE1A wo
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TO-DELIVER1B*
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||CITY2 stadt
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In the whole GDR.
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DDR4 d-d-r
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BIG3B großstadt
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AREA1A
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||CITY2
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Yes, in some of the cities.
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Everywhere? Oh, right.
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BIG3B großstadt
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||DIALECT1^ [MG]
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CITY2
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LOCATION1A* [MG]
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$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
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Once a year, fresh bananas were delivered.
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TO-DELIVER1B* [MG]
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d einmal
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BANANA2* ban{ane}
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Everyone was really excited and dug into them until none were left.
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FRESH1* frisch
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TO-SPREAD2^* [MG]
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TO-GRAB4 [MG]
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OFF-CLOSED1 [MG]
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THIN-OR-SKINNY1A^* [MG]
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FINISH1
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Just once a year. They were incredibly frugal.
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YEAR1A* ein
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MODEST1B [MG]
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I was stunned because here in West Germany it looked totally different.
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I1
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$ORAL^ was
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HERE1
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$ALPHA1:W westdeutsch{land}
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GERMAN1*
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TO-SEE1 seh
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Here, bananas are bought and then, new ones are ordered and stocked up on again.
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OFF-CLOSED1* [MG]
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TO-ORDER1A* bestell
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TO-DELIVER1B*
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TO-RISE-OR-TO-SWELL1B [MG]
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That’s how it goes. OFF-CLOSED1 [MG]
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TO-RISE-OR-TO-SWELL1B [MG]
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PROCEEDING1A [MG]
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Depending on where it is warm at the time, more produce are being grown there.
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REASON4A grund
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$PROD* erde
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HALF7* halb
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SOUTH1B
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TO-SWAP3A wechsel
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WARM1A warm
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$PROD*
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B [MG]
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PROCEEDING1A [MG]
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The east was different.
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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NOT3A
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When they told me that, I was surprised and asked what it was like with the fruit there, what kind of choices they had.
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I2 [MG]
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TO-LOOK-AT2
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GOOD1^ baff
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TRUE2* was
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LIKE-THIS1* [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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HIS-HER1
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LIKE-THIS1* so
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HIS-HER1
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TO-SEE1* wie sieht aus
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FRUIT3 obst
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They said there were quite a few things, things that were produced in the GDR.
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$INDEX1 auch
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TO-OWN-TO-EXIST1 [MG]
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OF-COURSE1A selbst{verständlich}
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LIKE4A* wie
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DDR4 d-d
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$NUM-TENS2A:3d
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FARMER1 bauer
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AREA1A
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COUNTRY1A land{wirt}schaft
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$PROD* [MG]
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AREA1A
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Things that grow on the trees there, like apples, pears, cherries.
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$PROD* apfel
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APPLE2 ap{fel}
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COPY1B^ birn
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$GEST-TO-PONDER1^
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CHERRY1 kirsch
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Same thing for the east and west.
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SAME3* selbe
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COMPARISON1C* [MG]
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AREA1A [MG]
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But there weren’t any bananas.
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BUT1* aber
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BANANA3*
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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THERE-IS2 gibt
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NOT3A* nicht
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HERE1* hier
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NOT3A*
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They were only available elsewhere.
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DIFFERENT2 and{ers}
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OFF-OR-AWAY1
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I thought it was incredible but tried not to let it show and just said, “Oh, okay.”
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THEREFORE1* darum
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I1 [LM:ah]
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TO-LOOK-AT2
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I-SEE1
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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And a second thing; when someone visited [western] Germany, he went to the hardware store.
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$GEST^
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||AND5* und
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$LIST1:2of2*
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PERSON1
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND2* [MG]
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HERE1 [MG]
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GERMAN1* deutsch
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GERMAN1* deutschland
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LIKE3B*
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BUILDING-OR-CONSTRUCTION1 baumarkt
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MARKET6
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To Hornbach or Hellweg [German hardware store chains] or something like that.
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HORNS1A* hornerbach
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OR1 [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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$ALPHA1:H-E-W-L-L-W-E-G hellweg
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OR1* [MG]
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DISTINCT2A* [MG]
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He saw a lawnmower there. $INDEX1
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HE-SHE-IT1 er
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SUDDENLY4* [MG]
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TO-SPOT2 [MG]
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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TO-MOW1 [MG]
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$INDEX1
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GRASS3 rasenmähe
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TO-MOW2
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TO-MOW1
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They loved that.
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TO-SPOT2
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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$PROD*
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$PROD*
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I asked, “Daddy, what’s going on?”
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I2 [MG]
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||$GEST-TO-PONDER1^ [MG]
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||$GEST-ATTENTION1^ [MG]
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||I2
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||DAD6* papa
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TO-ADDRESS2*
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$ORAL^ was
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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He said, “I don’t know either, wait, wait.”
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$GEST-NM-TO-SHRUG1^ [MG]
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$GEST^
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||MOMENT2* moment moment
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I said, “Ok!”
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||I1 ich
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||TO-LOOK-AT2* [MG]
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OKAY1A o-k
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They looked at it closely and talked to one another.
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$PROD* [MG]
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$PROD*
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$INDEX1* [MG]
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TO-SPEAK3* [MG]
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I didn’t really know what was going in.
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I1*
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TO-LOOK1* [MG]
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TO-BE-CONFUSED1* [MG]
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I2
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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TO-MISS-STH1 [MG]
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I2* [MG]
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INTERACTION1
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Then they said that the company used to build that in the GDR.
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||$INDEX1 [MG]
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||TO-SAY1
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||PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1 früher
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||DDR4 d-d-r
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||COMPANY1A*
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||$INDEX1 firma
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||COMPANY1A
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I asked, “What does that mean, used to?”
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OPINION1B [MG]
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YOUR1
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1 früher
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“No, no, not used to, the company builds them in the GDR.”
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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$GEST^ [MG]
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$GEST-DECLINE1^
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1 früher
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NO1A [MG]
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DDR4 d-d-r
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$INDEX1
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COMPANY1A firma
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$INDEX1* [MG]
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I asked whether it was constructed in the GDR.
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$ORAL^ [LM:ah]
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OPINION1B meinst
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YOUR1
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COMPANY1A firma
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TO-MOW2*
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GRASS3 rasenmähen
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TO-MOW2*
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BUILDING-OR-CONSTRUCTION1 bau
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COMPLETE1* [MG]
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They said, “Yes.”
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YES1A ja
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I said, “Oh, okay.” and thought it was normal.
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||I1*
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||I2
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||TO-UNDERSTAND1 versteh
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||$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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USUAL1 normal
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I asked whether that was normal.
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||QUESTION1* f{ragen}
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||$GEST-ATTENTION1^* [MG]
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||TO-SAY1*
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||USUAL1
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“No, no.“, they said.
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NO1A nein
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In the GDR, the lawnmower looked completely different, way more simplistic.
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Very crude, no colour or nice designs.
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LIKE3B [MG]
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NONE1* kei{n}
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COLOUR1A* farb
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BEAUTIFUL3* schön
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NOT4 nicht
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The lawnmower got delivered to [western] Germany; its design was altered so it looked nicer and got sold more easily.
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TRANSPORT2B*
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COLOUR1A far{be}
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BEAUTIFUL3 schö{n}
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TO-SEE1 aus{sehen}
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WELL-KNOWN1A^*
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So that, in [western] Germany, people would go into the store and think, “That looks nice, I’ll buy it.”
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$ORAL^ [LM:ah]
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GERMAN1* deutsch
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TO-SWARM1* [MG]
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$ORAL^ [LM:ah]
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TO-SEE1
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BEAUTIFUL1A schö{n}
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BEAUTIFUL3
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TO-BUY1A kaufen
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TO-MOW1 [MG]
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The relative knew the shape and realized it was the same lawnmower as the one in the GDR.
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$INDEX1
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SELF2 [MG]
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A kenn
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SHAPE1A form
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BETTER1 [MG]
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DDR4
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SAME3* dieselb
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$INDEX1
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Over there, it had a very simple design, completely grey.
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$INDEX1
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EASY1 [MG]
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LIKE3A wie
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GREY30 grau
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COLOUR1A* far{be}
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$PROD*
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$GEST-OFF^
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EASY1 [MG]
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Here, in [western] Germany, it was different, a lot more colourful.
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TO-DELIVER1B* [MG]
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HERE1
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GERMAN1* deutsch
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COLOUR1A far{be}
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IN-ADDITION1* [MG]
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PRETTY1A hübsch
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COLOUR1A far{be}
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I was surprised, really interesting, to see how that all went.
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I1
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TO-LOOK-AT2 [MG]
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INTEREST1A