DOI: /10.25592/dgs.corpus-3.0-text-1419931

dgskorpus_ber_12: Regional Specialities

Topics Cinema, Theater, Museum, Art: Culture; City and Country: Berlin; City and Country: Palermo; Communication: Dialect; Food and Beverage; Society: Traditions; Vacation, Free Time, Traveling: Excursion; Weather

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You can start.
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PROMPT1 [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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I was born and raised in Berlin. $ORAL^ also
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I1*$$EXTRA-LING-ACT^
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BIRTH1A
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BERLIN1A* berlin
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BERLIN1A* berlin
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TO-BELONG1^*
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What’s so special about Berlin?
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AREA1A
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WHAT1B* was
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SPECIAL-OR-PARTICULARLY1A besonders
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$GEST-OFF^*
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It’s the capital, of course.
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$MORPH-MAIN1A hauptstadt
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CITY2
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CLEAR1B klar
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There used to be a wall around Berlin so it was like an island.
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1* früher
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$PROD* mauer
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LIKE4A* wie
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ISLAND2* insel
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$GEST-OFF^
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It was isolated.
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ROUND3A^* [MG]
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You ran into problems whenever you wanted to go on a vacation.
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JOURNEY1B* [MG]
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PROBLEM1 problem
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You had to wait at the East border forever, because their controls were very strict.
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CAR1 auto
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$PROD* [MG]
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TO-WAIT1A
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EAST1B osten
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CONTROL1*
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$PROD* [MG]
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That was inconvenient, but that’s the way it was.
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EXHAUSTING1 [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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But you could go on then.
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True.
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$INDEX1* [MG]
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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$GEST-OFF^
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What else?
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CONTENT1 [MG]
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MORE3*
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There are lots of sights in Berlin, museums for instance.
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SIGHT1 sehenswürdigkeit
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HERE1
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BERLIN1A* berlin
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MUCH-OR-MANY1B viel
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$GEST-OFF^
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$GEST-DECLINE1^* [MG]
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TO-LIST1A
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MUSEUM1 museum
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Oh, there’s almost everything in Berlin. THIS-AND-THAT1*
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ALL1A* alles
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ALMOST2* fast
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ALL1A* alles
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1* da
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$GEST-OFF^
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There's the Havel lake.
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ORIENTATION2^ havelsee
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LAKE1B*
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THERE-IS3* gibt
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And woods, too.
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FOREST4 wald
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THERE-IS3* gibt
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Everything.
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ALL1A* alle
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1* da
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$GEST-OFF^
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That’s why I couldn’t imagine living anywhere else.
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THEREFORE1 darum
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DIFFERENT2 andere
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CITY2 stadt
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IMAGINATION1A vorstelle
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CAN1*
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I love Berlin.
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LOVE1A lieb
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BERLIN1A* berlin
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DONE4
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I am a proud Berliner. I love it.
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PROUD1 stolz
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BERLIN1A* auf berlin
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LOVE1A [MG]
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DONE4*
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What else was special at the time when I was growing up?
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UNTIL-THEN1 [MG]
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BERLIN1A* be{rlin}
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TO-GROW-UP1A [MG]
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SPECIAL-OR-PARTICULARLY1A* besonders
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$GEST-TO-STAY-CALM1^
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1*
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Oh yes, the traditional Sign Language Festival here in Berlin.
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$INDEX1
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TO-SIGN1A* gebärdenfestival
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FESTIVAL4B
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HERE1*
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TRADITION4* [MG]
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TO-BELONG1*
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TO-SIGN1A* gebärdenfestival
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FESTIVAL4B
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TO-BELONG1*
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$GEST-OFF^*
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There are KoFos [communication panels], as well.
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DEAF-DISCUSSION-FORUM3 kofo
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$GEST-OFF^
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Let me think; What else is there to tell about Berlin?
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MORE1 noch mehr
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BERLIN1A* berlin
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TO-BELONG1*
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$GEST-NO-IDEA1^* [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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Ah yes, before I got pregnant, my husband and I went to Sicily, which is in the south of Italy, and we lived there for almost three years.
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PERIOD3^
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UNTIL1 bis
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PREGNANT1A [MG]
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HUSBAND1 mann
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AWAY2
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YEAR1B* drei
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ALMOST2* fast
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YEAR1B* drei jahre
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ITALY1 italien
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SICILY2* sizilien
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SOUTH1B* süden
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We lived in Palermo.
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PALERMO1 palermo
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THERE1*
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APARTMENT1B wohnen
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The area is so pretty.
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SURROUNDING1A
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BEAUTIFUL3* [MG]
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There are mountains, it is warm, and there’s the sea.
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MOUNTAIN1B* berge
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WARM2A warm
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OCEAN1A meer
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You have everything there.
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EVERYTHING2* alles
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1*
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And the food! There are lots of fruits and vegetables.
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2 [MG]
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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FRUIT2B obst
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VEGETABLE2A gemüse
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EVERYTHING2* [MG]
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1*
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$GEST-OFF^
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You can just go ahead and pick it.
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TO-PICK1* [MG]
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You can’t do it here in Berlin, because it’s a city.
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BERLIN1A* berlin
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HERE1
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CITY2 stadt
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$GEST-OFF^
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Palermo is a city, as well, but it’s near the sea.
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$INDEX1
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ALSO3A* auch
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CITY2 stadt
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HOWEVER2 doch
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CLOSE-BY1B* nah
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OCEAN1A* meer
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It takes you only 10 minutes to get to the sea.
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TO-GO-THERE1
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SMALL-THING2 [MG]
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:10 zehn
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GOOD1^* minuten
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TO-GO-THERE1
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You can swim in the sea.
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OCEAN1A
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CAN1*
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TO-SWIM1 schwimmen That’s nice.
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BEAUTIFUL3 schön
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Yes, it’s nice.
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BEAUTIFUL3* schön
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$GEST^
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When my son was still a baby, I often took him to the sea.
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SMALL6^ baby
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I2 mein
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SON1 sohn
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SMALL6^ baby
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ALWAYS4A* immer
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AWAY1^
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OCEAN1A* meer meer
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$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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I laughed at my husband, because he had to go to work while I was going to the sea.
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HUSBAND1 mann
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TO-WORK2 arbeit
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TO-KEEP-SBS-MOUTH-SHUT1^ [MG]
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$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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OCEAN1A* meer meer
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$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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It’s a pleasant climate there also.
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CLIMATE1* klima
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PLEASANT2 angenehm
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$GEST-OFF^
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In Berlin, we have four seasons.
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:4 vier
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YEAR1B jahreszeiten
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It's different in Palermo, people say there are only two seasons: A real summer and a fall-like season.
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NO1B [MG]
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2 zwei
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YEAR1B jahreszeiten
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TO-SAY1
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SUMMER14* sommer
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AND2A und
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$GEST^ [MG]
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AUTUMN3 herbst
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That's it.
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NO1B*
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It's mildly warm in fall.
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WARM1A lauwarm
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People there don’t know freezing temperatures.
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DOWN1^* minus
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WELL-KNOWN2* unbekannt
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They don’t know them at all.
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WELL-KNOWN2* kennen nicht
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NO2B
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There are mountains in Sicily, but a volcano, as well.
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MOUNTAIN1A berge
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THERE-IS3 gibt
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SICILY2 sizilien
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MOUNTAIN1A berg
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SOURCE1A^* vulkan
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$GEST-OFF^
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Lava is flowing down, as it is still active.
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STREAM1^* lava
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MOUNTAIN1A*
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STILL4A noch
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ACTIVE1 aktiv
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It is not dormant but active.
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TO-SLEEP1A schläft
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NO1A
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$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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It's extremely hot up there.
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WARM2A w{arm}
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ABOVE1 oben
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HOT1 heiß
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TO-WAVE2^* [MG]
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Not so much the air, but the mountain itself is very hot.
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AIR1*
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ABOVE1 oben
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AIR1 luft
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COLD1 kalt
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BUT1* aber
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CLOSE-BY2A
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HOT1 w{arm} heiß
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TO-SPREAD3^* [MG]
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Where can you get more interesting stuff?
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TO-LOOK-AT4^ [MG]
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MORE1 mehr
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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Only in Sicily.
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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SICILY2 sizilien
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MORE1 mehr
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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Contrary to the city, you can go swimming in Sicily, it has cultural and historical things to discover; it just has everything.
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HERE1*
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CITY2 stadt
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SICILY2 sizil{ien}
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AREA1E^
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TO-SWIM1* schwimmen
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$LIST1:2of2d
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$GEST-OFF^*
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CULTURE1A kultur
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$LIST1:3of3d
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HISTORY-OR-STORY2 geschichte
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$LIST1:4of5
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^
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EVERYTHING1C* a{lles}
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It's not as good for deaf people, however. They have better opportunities in Berlin like schools for the deaf, or deaf clubs. Those kinds of things are better here than in Sicily where everything is still behind.
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FOR1 für
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DEAF1A gehörlos
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APPROXIMATELY1^ [MG]
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BERLIN1A* berlin
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HERE1
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BETTER2 besser
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HERE1
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HERE1
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SCHOOL3* schule
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DEAF1A
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1 da
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$GEST-OFF^*
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CLUB-OR-SOCIETY1A verein
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$GEST-OFF^
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EVERYTHING1A* a{lles}
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viel
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POSSIBLE1* möglichkeiten
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HERE1
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BETTER1 besser
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HERE1
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$INDEX1
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NO1B [MG]
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STILL4A*
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UNDER1B* unterentwickelt
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TO-DEVELOP1A
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HIS-HER1*
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STILL4B noch
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What else should I talk about?
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MORE1 noch mehr
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WHAT1A* was
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Lets see, you two could take turns.
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Berlin. I don’t know what to say about it.
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BERLIN1B* berlin
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Sometimes there are events for deaf people held there.
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MOST2* mei{stens}
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MOST1A meist{ens}
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DEAF1B* gehörlos
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OFTEN2B*
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EVENT1 veranstaltung
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$INDEX2
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That's what they do in Berlin.
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BERLIN1B* berlin
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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And/
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AND2A
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Berlin is a cultural city, too.
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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$ORAL^ durch
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CULTURE1B*
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THROUGH2A
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QUOTATION-MARKS1
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CULTURE1B* kulturstadt
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STAMP1^*
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ALSO1A* auch
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It is indeed.
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$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^ viel viel
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In general, for hearing people and for deaf people.
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GENERALLY1B allgemein
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$GEST-OFF^
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HEARING1A* hörend
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AND5 und
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DEAF1A* gehörlos
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There are many cultural events taking place in Berlin regularly.
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GENERALLY1B allgemein
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TO-BELONG1^
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CULTURE1B kultur
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OFTEN2A
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There are many events, and there is always something going on.
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EVENT1 veranstaltung
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ALWAYS1A* immer
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TO-GIVE2^ was los
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IN1* in
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BERLIN1B* berlin
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ALWAYS1C immer
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Ok, for example. If your friends visit Berlin or Brandenburg for the very first time. What would you do? What would you show them? Which places and why?
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I’d show them the border, the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag, Alexanderplatz/
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FUTURE1A^ würde
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$GEST-OFF^*
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THEN8 dann
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BRANDENBURG1* brandenburger
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MOUNTAIN1A^* tor
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$LIST1:2of2d und
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MODERN1B^* reichstag
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DAY1B*
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ALEXANDERPLATZ1 alexanderplatz
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Did you know deaf people don’t have to pay the entrance fee for the Reichstag?
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B weißt
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$LIST1:3of3d
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YOU1* du
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RICH1B reichstag
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MOUNTAIN1A^*
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DEAF1A gehörlos
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FREE1 frei
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People used to be allowed to just walk in, but not anymore. You have to book tickets two days in advance. I didn’t know.
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1 früher
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WEIRD1* [MG]
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INTO2* frei
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NOW1 jetzt
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NOT-ANYMORE1A nicht mehr
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MUST1 muss
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2 zwei
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DAY1A* tage
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BEFOREHAND1 vorher
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MESSAGE-OR-NOTIFICATION1 anmelden
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Interesting.
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You cannot just walk in; those days are over.
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INTEREST1A interessant
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IMMEDIATELY6* gleich
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TO-JOIN2A
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NOT-ANYMORE1A nicht mehr vorbei
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You have to have a passport, too. That’s why you need to book in advance.
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AND5 und
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ID-CARD3
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2 zwei
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DAY1A* tage
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BEFORE1D* vorher
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MESSAGE-OR-NOTIFICATION1 anmelden
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They write something down, and you can get in for free.
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THEN1A* dann
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TO-WRITE1A [MG]
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IT-WORKS-OUT1^
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INTO2*
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FREE1 frei
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Interesting. I didn’t know.
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WEIRD1* [MG]
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INTEREST1A interessant
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That's how it goes at the Reichstag.
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Ok, and also the area around Alexanderplatz is interesting. $LIST1:2of2d
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$LIST1:1of1d reichstag
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$LIST1:3of3d [MG]
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SURROUNDING1A
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PLACE5 alexanderplatz
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$GEST-OFF^
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ALSO1A*
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What else -
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$LIST1:4of4d
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$GEST-TO-FOLD-ONES-HANDS1^
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Well, I listed all these sights already.
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$INDEX1*
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The Spree/
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RIVER1^* spree
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Potsdamer Platz. POTSDAM1 potsdamer
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Yes, the Potsdamer Platz.
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POTSDAM1* potsdamer platz
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PLACE6A*
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PLACE6A*
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$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^ platz
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$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^ potsdamer platz
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And the Spree, because there are many possible ways to go for a walk along the Spree.
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RIVER1* spree
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WHY2A* warum
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RIVER1* spree
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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POSSIBLE1* möglichkeit
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$INDEX1* lauf lauf lauf
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$INDEX1* [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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There is this one house by the Spree, but I don’t know what it is called exactly.
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$INDEX1* [MG]
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$GEST-TO-PONDER1^ [MG]
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TO-BELIEVE2A* glaube
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HOUSE1A haus
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RIVER1* am spree
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MEAN-OR-BE-CALLED1A wie heißt das
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House by the Spree? I don't know that one.
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$ORAL^ spree
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^ [MG]
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The ‚Washing Machine‘?
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Do you mean the 'Washing Machine'?
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Yes, exactly, the 'Washing Machine'.
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EXACTLY-THAT1* [MG]
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WASHING-MACHINE1A waschmaschine
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The chancellor/
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Exactly.
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RIGHT-OR-CORRECT1A genau
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What is it?
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$GEST-NM^ was ist
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It's the chancellery building.
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Ah ok. Yes, it is located at the Spree.
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$GEST-NM^ Right, the ‚Washing Machine.‘
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WEIRD1* [MG]
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RIVER1*
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TO-SAY1 sage
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YES1A ja
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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WASHING-MACHINE1A waschmaschine
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B stimmt
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Right, that's what I meant.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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LIKE4A* wie
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I1 ich
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Right. The building looks like a washing machine.
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OPINION1A meine
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LOCATION1A^*
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ROUND3A^*
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HOUSE1A^
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Totally!
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$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^ ja
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A* stimmt
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Yes, it does.
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$GEST^
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$ORAL^ stimmt
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I’d show the city center, too, just like you would.
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CENTRE1B
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I1 auch
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LIKE4A* wie
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City center, Brandenburg Gate, Victory Column, Reichstag, and sometimes people like to see the Olympic Stadium.
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CENTRE1B zentrum
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MOUNTAIN1A^$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d brandenburger tor
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TO-SHOW-FIST1^$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d siegessäule
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DAY1A* reichstag
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$PROD*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:3d
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SOMETIMES1* manchmal
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OLYMPIA1* olympiastadion
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STADIUM1
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TO-LOVE-STH1 [MG]
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SOMETIMES1* manchmal
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$GEST-OFF^
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If we visited the Olympic Stadium, we’d go to the school for the deaf afterwards, as it is nearby.
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IF-OR-WHEN1A wenn
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STADIUM1* olympiastadion
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TO-GO-THERE1
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CONNECTION1 anschluss
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DEAF1A
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SCHOOL1A schule
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CLOSE-BY1B* warum [MG]
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DEAF1A
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SCHOOL1A schule
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CLOSE-BY1B* nah
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The school is very interesting, because I used to go there, and now my children do.
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1* früher
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SELF1A selbst
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TO-GROW-UP1A
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SCHOOL1A schule
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$GEST-OFF^*
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THEN1A* dann
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CHILD2* kinder
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What else is there from north to south Berlin?
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OUTDOORS1A^* weiter
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BEFORE1A^* [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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The Havel River is nice, too.
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HAVEL-RIVER1* havel
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ALSO3A* auch
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BEAUTIFUL3* schön
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You can take a steamboat trip.
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SHIP1
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STEAM1B dampfer
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$GEST-OFF^
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The steamers at the Spree are nice, too.
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$INDEX1 spree
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TO-SPIN3^* dampfer
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ALSO3A* auch
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BEAUTIFUL3* [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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What else?
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$INDEX1 noch
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MORE1* mehr noch mehr
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WHAT1A* was
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Yes, the Olympic Stadium. I lived nearby for a short period of time.
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$GEST-OFF^* ja
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CIRCLE1B^* olympiastadion
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I1 ich auch mal
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SHORT4 kurze
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TIME5A* zeit
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APARTMENT1B* gewohnt
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$INDEX1
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There’s always music, concerts, soccer games.
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ALWAYS1C* immer
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ROW1^*
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MUSIC1 musik
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$GEST-OFF^
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$LIST1:1of1
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AND5*
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MUSIC1A^* konzert
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$LIST1:3of3d
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$GEST^
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FOOTBALL2* fußball
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AGAINST3A^
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TO-HEAR1*
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It's incredible: I could hear when they scored a goal.
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CAN2A*
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ALWAYS1C* immer
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CAN1 kann
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TO-HEAR1*
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GOAL2* [MG]
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Really?
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$GEST-NM^
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Yes, you can hear it.
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CAN1* kann
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TO-HEAR1* hören
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It is very loud.
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LOUD1B* laut
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I always show people that there are two deaf clubs: one in the east and one in the west.
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DEAF1A gehörlosenclubheim
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TO-RECEIVE-OR-TO-PRESERVE1^
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2 zwei
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$INDEX2
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1^ immer
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TO-SHOW1A zeigen
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That's right.
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EAST1C ost
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A* stimmt
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WEST1C west
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Then they always want to know why that is.
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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WHY2A warum
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I always tell them the historical background, which is interesting for them.
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1* [MG]
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HISTORY-OR-STORY2 geschichte
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TO-TELL4* erzählen
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$INDEX1
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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$GEST-DECLINE1^
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$GEST-OFF^
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And what are differences between Berlin and other cities?
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Differences?
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DIFFERENCE2 unterschied
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I'd say Berlin is very colorful.
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TO-SAY1
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BERLIN1A* berlin
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HERE1*
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PRIMARILY1 [MG]
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COLOURFUL3A* bunt
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There's everything in Berlin.
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EVERYTHING1A alles
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1 da
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All kinds of different people live here.
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DISTINCT1 verschiedene
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It's colorful.
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PEOPLE2 leute
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PROCEEDING2^ bunt
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There are foreigners from all kinds of nations.
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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ABROAD1 ausländer
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TO-DIVIDE-IN1A^* [MG]
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DISTINCT2A* verschieden verschieden
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You can get everything in Berlin.
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The cultural possibilities are off the chain.
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EVERYTHING1A* alles
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1 da
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CULTURE1B* kultur
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VERY7 [MG]
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Crazy many possibilities.
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VERY7* [MG]
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There is incredibly much culture in Berlin.
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CULTURE1B* kultur
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VERY7 [MG]
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$INDEX1 berlin
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VERY7 [MG]
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Back to the differences.
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DIFFERENCE2 unterschied
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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Subways and city trains go around, and there's always heavy traffic.
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SUBWAY1A*
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SUBWAY1A u-bahn
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TRAFFIC1A verkehr
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COMMUTER-TRAIN1 s-bahn
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$PROD* [MG]
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VERY7* [MG]
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It's quieter in other cities.
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NO1B
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STH-OR-SLIGHTLY2
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That's true.
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SILENCE1* ruhig
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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PLANE1^
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But it’s incredibly busy here.
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HERE1 hier
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$PROD* [MG]
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What about the food? What kind of food is special in Berlin?
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I don’t know.
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I2
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Typical food is ‘Buletten’ [meatballs].
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BERLIN1A* berlin
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TO-BELONG1^
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MEATBALL1* buletten
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'Buletten', currywurst, pea soup.
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MEATBALL1* buletten
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TO-POUR-OR-TO-WATER1B^* currywurst
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SAUSAGE1B
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MEATBALL1* buletten
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PEA-$CANDIDATE-BER29^ erbsensuppe
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SOUP1*
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Yes, pea soup, they’ve been serving it for ages now.
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PEA-$CANDIDATE-BER29^* erbsensuppe
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SOUP1*
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1*
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Pork leg.
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ICE-CREAM1A*
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Yes, pork leg.
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ICE-CREAM1A^ eisbein
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ICE7 eisbein
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ROUND1^*
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Pork leg.
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ICE7* eisbein
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I don't like it.
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ROUND1^*
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DONT-LIKE1* [MG]
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Do you like eating it?
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2
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It tastes good.
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TO-TASTE1A*
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YOU1*
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2
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TASTY1A lecker
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YOU1*
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I remove the fat, though.
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LAYER1^ fett
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It's gross.
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$GEST-NM^ [MG]
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OFF1B^*
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$GEST-NM^ [MG]
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It doesn’t taste good.
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OFF1B^ [MG]
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But the inner part of the pork leg tastes good.
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$ORAL^ aber
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IN2 in
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TO-TASTE1A*
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Interesting.
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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Pork leg. $GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^ eisbein
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'Ketwurst' [sort of hot dog] used to be a common dish.
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BACK-THEN1 damals
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TIME7C* zeit
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SAUSAGE4A* ketwurst
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SAUSAGE3* ketwurst
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Mustard?
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MUSTARD2 senf
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TO-STUFF2^
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No, it’s a baguette that you put on a stick to heat it up.
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BAGUETTE2 baguette
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ROUND-LONG3^*
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$PROD*
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WARM1A warm
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Then you put the sausage inside.
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SAUSAGE1B wurst
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TO-STUFF2^* [MG]
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It's called 'Ketwurst'.
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$ALPHA1:K-E-T_2 ketwurst
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SAUSAGE1B
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Ah ok, never heard of it.
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They used to serve it back in the day. They did the same thing with the escalope chasseur.
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1A*
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BACK-THEN1 damals
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TIME5A* zeit
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ALSO1A* auch
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HUNT1 jägerschnitzel
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Yes, the escalope chasseur.
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$ORAL^ jägerschnitzel
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You used to put it in a bread roll to eat it.
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BACK-THEN1* damals
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TIME7C* zeit
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TO-PUT-OR-TO-LAY1A^* [MG]
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BREAD-ROLL2 brötchen
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TO-PUT-OR-TO-LAY1A^* dazu
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ALSO1A auch
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They don't do that often anymore.
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NOW1 aber jetzt
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Sometimes I take my deaf guests to a restaurant at the Alexanderplatz where they serve food typical for Berlin.
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$GEST-OFF^
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SOMETIMES1 manchmal
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TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1B*
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TO-LEAD3A führen
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ALEXANDERPLATZ1 alexanderplatz
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TYPICAL1 typisch
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2
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They cook using grandmas’ recipes.
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UNDER1A^* nach
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GRANDMA2 omas
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RECIPE-OR-PRESCRIPTION1A rezept
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2
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My guests always like going there.
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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They have soups there, like pea soup or lentil soup.
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SOUP1*
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PEA-$CANDIDATE-BER29^ erbsensuppe
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SOUP1*
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OR1* oder
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LENTIL1* linsensuppe
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LENTIL-$CANDIDATE-BER30^
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SOUP1*
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It's interesting; they have 'Buletten', roast potatoes and much more.
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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$INDEX1
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MEATBALL1* bulette
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TO-ROAST-OR-TO-FRY1* bratkartoffeln
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POTATO3A
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After all, you can find Indian or Chinese food everywhere.
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$ORAL^ warum
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INDIA1*$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d indisch
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CHINA1$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:2d
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THERE-IS3 gibt
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EVERYWHERE1 überall
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Everywhere, that’s right.
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EVERYWHERE1 überall
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$GEST-OFF^
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YES1A
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But it's not typical Berlin food, so I’d rather go to the restaurant that I mentioned.
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HIS-HER1
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2
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$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^ [MG]
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TO-COME1
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It's much more interesting.
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INTEREST1A [MG]
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Right.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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Do you know traditions in Berlin?
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Are there any traditions?
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Do you mean hearing or deaf people’s traditions?
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OPINION1B meinst du
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HEARING1A* hörend
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HIS-HER1
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OR1* oder
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DEAF1A [MG]
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Here in Berlin.
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MY1*
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Hearing or deaf, whatever.
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What does that sign mean?
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The tradition, for example/
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PROCEEDING1^
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For example the wine festival or the Oktoberfest, but we don’t have those here.
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EXAMPLE1* beispiel
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WINE1 weinfest
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CELEBRATION1A
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OCTOBER16* oktoberfest
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CELEBRATION3A
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HERE1*
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NONE1* kein
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For instance the Sign Language Festival.
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None of these.
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NONE1* kein
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I said that already.
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I1*
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It takes place regularly.
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ALREADY1B* schon
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I2 schon
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ALREADY1B*
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TO-SIGN1B*
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True, you mentioned it before. It takes place regularly.
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ALREADY1B* schon
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The other ones, too. Which ones do you know?
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A tradition that is typical in Berlin? I don’t know.
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TRADITION3* tradition
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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HERE1 berlin
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TYPICAL1* typisch
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The KoFos — many people go there.
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DEAF-DISCUSSION-FORUM3 kofo-forum
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People in Brandenburg regularly celebrate the Reformation Day.
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$GEST-OFF^
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$INDEX1
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TO-COME1*
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ONLY2A nur
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1*
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ONLY2A nur
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BRANDENBURG1* brandenburg
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$ALPHA1:R reformationstag
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PROCEEDING1^*
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$GEST-OFF^
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Berlin, however, doesn’t.
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BRANDENBURG1* brandenburg
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TO-BELONG1^
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HERE1
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BERLIN1B* berlin
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NONE1 kein
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There are exhibitions in the International Congress Center.
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EXHIBITION1 ausstellung
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$ALPHA1:I-C-C i-c-c
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EXHIBITION1 ausstellung
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Yes.
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YES2 [MG]
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HIS-HER1
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Many people go there.
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1* [MG]
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There are different exhibitions about food, sports, technology, or the International Green Week.
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DISTINCT1 verschieden
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Right.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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TO-EAT-OR-FOOD2$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d [MG]
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OR1* oder
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$LIST1:2of2d
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SPORTS1 sport
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OR1* oder
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$LIST1:3of3d
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TECHNOLOGY1* technik
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^
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$LIST1:4of4d
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Right.
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GREEN8 grüne
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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WEEK2 woche
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Yes, right.
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Have you ever been there? RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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BEEN1 gewesen
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TO-VISIT-OR-TO-ATTEND1A*
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BEEN1 gewesen
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Yes, I have been there once.
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d einmal
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BEEN1 gewesen
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You can see many animals there; lots of people go.
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ANIMAL1A tier
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$GEST-TO-PONDER2^
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What else?
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MORE1 noch mehr
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$GEST-TO-PONDER2^
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What else is there in Berlin?
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THERE-IS3* was gibt es noch
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TO-BELONG1* berlin
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I’m sorry, I don’t go out that much because of my children. $GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^
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I-AM-SORRY2 [MG]
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THROUGH2B durch
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CHILD2* kinder
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$GEST^
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TO-DECREASE-STH1B [MG]
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I usually stay home.
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AT-HOME2* zu hause zu hause
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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Are there any traditions for children in Berlin?
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In the past/
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1 früher
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What kinds of traditions for children are there in Berlin?
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CHILD2* kinder
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PROCEEDING1^ tradition
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FOR1 für
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CHILD2* kinder
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BERLIN1A* berlin
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WHAT1A* was
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The ‚Children’s World Day‘.
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They have it in East Berlin, but not here in the west.
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EAST1B ost
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WEST1A west
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1B* kennen
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Yes, in the ‘Straße des 17. Juni’ [17th of June Street].
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No, I don’t know that one.
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1B* kennen
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It's on June 1st, right?
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He’s right.
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WHEN3* wann
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$NUM-ORDINAL1:1d erster
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I don't know it.
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JUNE2A juni
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Yes, but the location is the ‘Straße des 17. Juni’ [17th of June Street].
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The ‘Children’s World Day’ takes place, and many people go there all the time.
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Ah, there.
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$INDEX1*
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It's the World Day in the west.
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WORLD1 welttag
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TO-BELONG1^*
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There's no such thing in the west.
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WEST1C westen
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NONE7 [MG]
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No, I didn't know anything about it, either.
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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Only in the east.
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EAST1B osten
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2A* nicht gewusst
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I only know there’s a Children’s Day on June 1st.
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It's common in the east.
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EAST1B osten
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ONLY2B*
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$NUM-ORDINAL1:1d erster
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SPECIFIC1
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JUNE2A juni
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DONE1A [MG]
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Yes, but it wasn't in the west/
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But why on the seventeenth of June?
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$ORAL^ aber
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I1 mein
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WEST1B west
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$NUM-TENS2A:7d siebzehn
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BACK-THEN1 damals
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$INDEX1
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He meant the location where it took place: the 17th of June Street.
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HOW-COME1*
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WHERE1A wo
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STREET1 straße
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I see.
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$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^ ach so
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$NUM-ORDINAL1:7d siebzehnte
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JUNE13A juni
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TO-COME1^*
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My kids don’t like so many people moving around.
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CHILD2* kinder
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TO-LOVE-STH1 [MG]
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NOT3A nicht
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE2* [MG]
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They also don’t like that everyone is hearing there.
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HEARING1A hörend
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CHILD2* kinder
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DONT-LIKE1* [MG]
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$INDEX1
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So I don’t have to drag them along.
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TO-BRING-ALONG2* [MG]
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TO-NEED1* brauch nicht
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$GEST-DECLINE1^
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That's why we stay home.
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AT-HOME1B zu hause
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$GEST-DECLINE1^ bleiben
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I1
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What are your usual trip destinations?
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If you have had enough of Berlin and want to spend time somewhere else, where would it be?
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Do you often go to the same place again and again or do you go to different places?
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Typically, let me see.
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TYPICAL1* typisch
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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Only in Berlin or elsewhere, too?
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$GEST-OFF^*
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BERLIN1B* berlin
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HERE1
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OR1* oder
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WHATEVER3 egal
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WHERE3 wo
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Doesn’t matter where.
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$GEST-OFF^
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We mostly go to our favorite place which is a lake to go swimming.
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I1 meistens
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MOST1A
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TO-LOVE-STH1 [MG]
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$NUM-ONE-TO-TEN1A:1d ein
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LOVE1A^* liebling
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LOCATION3*
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TO-SWIM1^ see
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That is our favorite place.
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AREA1A^
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I1
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AN1A ein
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TO-GO-THERE1
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TO-LOVE-STH1 [MG]
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TO-GO-THERE1*
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$GEST^
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There are many lakes in Brandenburg.
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AND2A*
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$GEST^
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BRANDENBURG1* brandenburg
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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$ALPHA1:S-E-E seen
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LAKE7
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PRIMARILY1 [MG]
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Many lakes, really.
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BRANDENBURG1* brandenburg
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PRIMARILY1* [MG]
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LOCATION1A^* see
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We went to a lot of lakes which all weren’t so nice.
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I1 probieren
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TO-GO-THERE2*
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^ [MG]
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But this one island, I mean lake is our favorite.
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TO-GO-THERE1 [MG]
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LOVE1A* liebesinsel
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TO-GO-THERE1
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SO1 also
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$ALPHA1:S see
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LAKE7
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The trip/
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TO-SEPARATE4A^ ausflug
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What else?
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DIFFERENT1* anderes
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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DIFFERENT1* and{eres}
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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Other places in Berlin where we love to go? Let me think.
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HERE1 berlin
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AREA1A
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^* [MG]
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MY1* [LM:ähm]
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HERE1 [MG]
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$GEST-I-DONT-KNOW1^*
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$GEST-TO-PONDER2^*
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I only go to Berlin to attend events.
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ALSO3A* auch
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EVENT1* veranstaltung
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$GEST-OFF^
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END1A
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$GEST-OFF^
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If I have the time that is.
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TIME1 wenn zeit
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$GEST-OFF^
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TO-HAVE-TO-OWN1* hab
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Trips are dependent on the season.
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$GEST-OFF^
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TO-SEPARATE4A^ ausflug
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EXAMPLE1 beispiel
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DEPENDENT3
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SEGMENT2B^ saison
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TO-DIVIDE-IN1A^*
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That's the point.
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During asparagus season, we go to Beelitz.
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$GEST-AGREEMENT1^ [MG]
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ASPARAGUS1 spargelsaison
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SEGMENT2B^
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I1
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I go to Werder. You, too?
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I1 ich
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TO-DRIVE1*
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WHO3^* werder
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$ALPHA1:B beelitz
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No, I go to Beelitz which is near Werder.
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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I1
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$ALPHA1:B beelitz
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CLOSE-BY1B*
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Yes, Beelitz.
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$ALPHA1:B-E-E-L-I-T-Z beelitz
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$GEST-AGREEMENT1^
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WHO3^* beelitz
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Yes, I always go to a place near Beelitz.
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CLOSE-BY1B*
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AREA1A
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To Klaistow.
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TO-DRIVE3 [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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$ALPHA1:K_2 klaistow
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Yes, right, Klaistow.
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$INDEX1 ja
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EXACTLY1* genau genau
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I think it’s called Klaistow.
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$ALPHA1:K_2-L-K-L-E-I-S-T-O-W klaistow
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EXACTLY1* genau
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Yes, Klaistow.
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$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^ klaistow
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Klaistow. $ORAL^ klaistow
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Right, that’s where I always go.
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TO-GO-THERE1*
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$GEST-DECLINE1^ [MG]
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There are no strawberries, though.
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BERRY1* erdbeeren
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NONE8 [MG] Same with me, but I like asparagus a lot.
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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I1
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I2 auch
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NOT3A noch nicht
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ASPARAGUS1* spargel
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Yes, asparagus is tasty.
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ASPARAGUS1* spargel
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TASTY1A* [MG]
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TASTY1A [MG]
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That's why we go there.
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TO-DRIVE3 [MG]
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$GEST-DECLINE1^ [MG]
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I usually take the bike when I go on a trip.
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TO-SEPARATE4A^ ausflug
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MOST1A meistens
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I1
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MY1
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BICYCLE1 fahrrad
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AWAY1^ [MG]
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I1
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BICYCLE1 fahrrad
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My kids and husband don’t like it, so my husband stays home and watches the kids.
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CHILD2* kinder
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HUSBAND1 mann
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NO1B*
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TO-LOOK-AFTER-SB1B* aufpassen
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HIS-HER1
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AT-HOME1B zu hause
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$GEST-DECLINE1^* bleiben
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I take the bike.
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I1
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AWAY1^ [MG]
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BICYCLE1 fahrrad
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$GEST-OFF^
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That's nice.
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GOOD1* [MG]
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I go to Brandenburg.
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BRANDENBURG1* brandenburg
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AREA1A^
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I went there recently and drove around Falkensee on my way back home.
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RECENTLY1 [MG]
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$INDEX1*
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FALCON1 falkensee
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LAKE1B*
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$INDEX1*
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It was nice.
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BEAUTIFUL3 schön
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$GEST-OFF^*
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I once went on a boat trip/
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Were did you start?
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BOAT1 bootsausflug
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TO-SEPARATE4A^
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Where?
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WHERE-FROM1* von wo
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In Werder.
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$ALPHA1:V werder
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In Spandau, right?
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$INDEX1
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Spandau? No, Spandau is close to Falkensee, way too close. $GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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$ORAL^ spandau
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CLOSE-BY1B* [MG]
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SPANDAU1* spandau
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TO2^*
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LAZY1^
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CLOSE-BY1B* [MG]
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No, it's too short of a distance.
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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I started in Werder. Tee-hee, him again.
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I2
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HE-SHE-IT1 [MG]
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FROM-OR-BY-OR-OF2 von
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$ALPHA1:W-E-R-D-E-R werder
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How do you sign Werder? I don’t know any sign for it.
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TO-SIGN1B* [MG]
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I1
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I don't know, either.
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TO-KNOW-STH-OR-SB1B*
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$GEST-OFF^ weiß nicht
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However, I started in Werder.
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$INDEX1 werder
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$GEST-DECLINE1^* I sign WERDER.
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UNTIL1*
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Ah ok. Well.
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$GEST^ [MG]
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Well, I drove to Falkensee and went to a youth hostel where I made myself at home and talked to people. UNTIL1* bis
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FALCON1 falkensee
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LAKE1B*
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YOUNG1 jugendherberge
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HOUSE1A^*
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COSY5* gemütlich
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TO-SIGN1G [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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It was nice.
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BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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That's nice.
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BEAUTIFUL1A* schön
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Trips —
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TRIP5 ausflug
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$GEST-OFF^*
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My husband and I work a lot during the week and it’s stressful.
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ALSO3A* auch
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BOTH2A*
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HUSBAND1 mann
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UNDER1A* unter der
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WEEK2 woche
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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TO-WORK2* arbeit arbeit arbeit
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STRESS1A* stress
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So sometimes we don’t feel like leaving for a trip at the weekends.
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WEEK2 wochenende
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END1B
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ONCE-AGAIN2B noch einmal
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AWAY1^ [MG]
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SOMETIMES1* manchmal
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It depends on the kids, too. If they say they want to go somewhere, we all go together.
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DEPENDENT3 abhängig
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CHILD2* kinder
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TO-WANT2 will
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$GEST-DECLINE1^
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TO-DRIVE3*
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TOGETHER1A zusammen
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But we stay home if they say, “No, we don’t have to go out, we’ve had enough of that.”
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CHILD2* kinder
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TO-NEED1* brauch nicht
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$INDEX1 [MG]
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$GEST-DECLINE1^
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ENOUGH1
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OKAY1A* okay
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I1*
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TO-SIT1A^ [MG]
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I’m thankful for that.
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THANKS2 dankbar
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ON-PERSON1
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During the week, it’s impossible for me to go out.
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I2* auch
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UNDER1B* unter
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WEEK2* woche
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POSSIBLE1* unmöglich
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I2*
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AWAY1 [MG]
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I have to work and have other stuff to do, too.
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TO-WORK1 arbeit
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AREA1A^*
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$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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I don't have time for it.
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NO-TIME2 zeit
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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When the kids were little, I often took them to deaf events for children.
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PAST-OR-BACK-THEN1 früher
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CHILD2* kinder
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SMALL3 klein
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EVENT1 veranstaltung
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DEAF1A [MG]
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FOR1 für
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CHILD2* kinder
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I1
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ALWAYS4A* immer
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INVOLVED1A dabei dabei
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I always took them.
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TO-TAKE-SB-OR-STH-ALONG1* mitnehmen mitnehmen
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It was great.
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BEAUTIFUL1A schön
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But when they grew older, I realized they felt less and less like going with me.
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TO-GROW-UP1B* größer größer
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BEGINNING1A anfang
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DONT-FEEL-LIKE-IT1* [MG]
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I1
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B* stimmt
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They go through puberty, and I sure can’t force them to go with me.
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CAN1* kann nicht
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COMPULSION1 zwingen
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Of course you can't.
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CLEAR1A*
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PUBERTY1 pubertät
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$GEST-DECLINE1^
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They definitely have to go to the Youth Festival, though.
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BUT1* aber
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YOUNG1 jugendfestival
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FESTIVAL4B
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MUST1 muss
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TO-COME1* kommen
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MUST1 muss
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Are you going?
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YOU1* du
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I am.
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I1 auch
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ALSO1A
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INVOLVED1A mit
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I will bring my youngest son.
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YOUNG1* mein jüngster
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SON1 sohn
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TO-TAKE-SB-OR-STH-ALONG1* mit
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Good!
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$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^ schön
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Ok, so what else do we have a vast amount of in Berlin?
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Deaf people.
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DEAF1A* gehörlos
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$GEST-OFF^*
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Do you know of any things that are bothering you? Maybe tourists?
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Ah well, all these tourists.
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TOURIST1* touristen
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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No, they don’t bother me.
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DISRUPTION1A* stört
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NOT3A* nicht
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Ah wait, there are lots of gnats flying around at the moment. That bothers me.
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It bothers you?
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^*
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MOMENT1* mo{ment}
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$GEST-ATTENTION1^*
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Not me. No, not at all.
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MOMENT1 moment{an}
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A* viele
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DISRUPTION1A* stört
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$GEST-DECLINE1^ mücken
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NOT3A nicht
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TO-PIERCE1A^*
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Gnats — how cute.
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MOMENT1* mom{ent}
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There are lots of gnats in Berlin.
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It’s bad how many gnats you can see at sunset.
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MOMENT1* moment{an}
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$INDEX1*
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EVENING2 abendzeit
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TIME1
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TO-POSTPONE3^
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TO-PIERCE1A^* [MG] mücken [MG]
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Do tourists bother you?
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TOURIST1* touristen
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DISRUPTION1A stören
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I don’t even notice the tourists. No, the gnats.
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^ [MG]
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I1 [MG]
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No, that’s just my opinion, you think differently. That’s ok.
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DONT-NOTICE1 me{rken} nicht
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TO-PIERCE1A^* mücken
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I always go to my company by car, so I don’t really notice them.
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I1
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CAR-DRIVING2 auto [MG]
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COMPANY2* firma
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BACK-AND-FORTH1*
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DONT-NOTICE1 me{rken} nicht
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I1
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Why do tourists bother you?
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PLEASANT2* unangenehm
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ON-PERSON1
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REASON4B grund
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WHAT1B* was
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Because they always come to talk to you?
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DISRUPTION1A* stören
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ON-OR-AT1^ ansprechen
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TO-DISCUSS1*
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TO-SPEAK1A* [MG]
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They always ask where to find things and if I could take pictures of them.
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Then I have to take pictures.
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However, it’s just my personal opinion.
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I never really thought about it.
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I2
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The tourists in Berlin/
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CARELESS3A* [MG]
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You’d better be invisible.
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I1
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BETTER2 [MG]
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DISSOLUTION1D^* unsichtbar
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$GEST-AGREEMENT1^
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That’d be great, if one could be invisible, but unfortunately that’s impossible.
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But why do so many tourists come to Berlin?
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Because Berlin is Germany’s capital.
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$MORPH-MAIN1A hauptstadt
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CITY2
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$GEST-OFF^
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Right, it’s the capital.
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$MORPH-MAIN4* hauptstadt
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It's important/
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IMPORTANT1* STAMP1^*
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LIKE-THIS4* so
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Berlin is worth a visit, because there’s so much to see here.
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VALUABLE1B wertvoll
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HERE1
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TO-LOOK-AT4^
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MUCH-OR-MANY1A viel
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EVERYTHING1A alles
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1* da
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$GEST-OFF^
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That's why many tourists come here.
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MASS-OF-PEOPLE-ACTIVE1^* [MG]
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Many places in Berlin are under construction. Really, a lot of places are under construction.
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ALSO1A auch
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AT-THE-TOP1 [MG]
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$PROD* baustelle baustelle
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HERE1 berlin
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BERLIN1B*
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$PROD* baustelle baustelle baustelle baustelle
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You’re right, there are many at the moment.
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$INDEX1 im
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MOMENT4* moment
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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I think Berlin might have the most construction sides in Germany.
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I2 ich
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GERMAN1 deutschlan{d}
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AT-THE-TOP1 [MG]
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HERE1 berlin
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BERLIN1B*
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I2 gefühl
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I don't know if that’s true, though.
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$ORAL^ ob
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1B* stimmt
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I2*
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE1 weiß
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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A lot.
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$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^ viel
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$GEST-NM^ [MG]
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A lot of migrants from different countries are living in Berlin, but what is typical for actual Berliners?
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Having a big mouth.
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CHEEKY1A [MG]
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BRAGGART1 [MG]
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'Berliner Schnauze' [Berlin dialect that can be upfront and cheeky sometimes].
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BERLIN1A* berliner
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BRAGGART1 schnauze
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Sorry.
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APOLOGY1 [MG] 'Berliner Schnauze', yes.
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BERLIN1B* berliner
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BRAGGART1 schnauze
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$GEST-NM-NOD-HEAD1^
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There is one sitting right here.
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1 da
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HERE1 hier
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PRESENT-OR-HERE1 da
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'Berliner Schnauze', but big-hearted.
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He's one, for example.
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$INDEX1*
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Ah really? I didn’t know.
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The ‘Berliner Schnauze’ has some positive aspects, too.
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$INDEX1* genau
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TO-LEARN-STH-NEW1* [MG]
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Well, I like the being unfriendly.
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TO-LOVE-STH1 [MG]
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I1
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It’s no big deal; deaf people invented being mean.
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It's common among deaf people.
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TYPICAL1 typisch
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DEAF1A* gehörlos
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Deaf people usually talk negatively.
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TYPICAL1 typisch
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NEGATIVE1* [MG]
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It's funny.
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$GEST-OFF^* [MG]
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Wait a minute; let's get back to the ‘Berliner Schnauze'. You totally get who's from Berlin and who isn't. But how? Just because of the 'Berliner Schnauze’ or in another way, too?
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Because of the dialect and the use of rude words.
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THROUGH2A durch
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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THROUGH2A durch
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THROUGH2A durch
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NECK1^ dialekt
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AND3 und
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WORD3*
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ROUGH1 grob
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WORD3* wort
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VERY6 [MG]
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They complain a lot. Yes, and it’s rude.
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VERY6^ grob
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TO-CRITICISE1A* [MG]
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They are good at repartee.
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But they do it unconsciously. DONE1A schlagfertig
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CARELESS3B* [MG]
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TO-BEAT1*
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True, they are good at repartee.
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$INDEX1
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TO-BEAT1* schlagfertig
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DONE1B
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The really complain a lot.
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TO-CRITICISE1A* [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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For instance my grandma/ Do you mean two people attacking each other with words or what?
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MY1
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EXAMPLE1 beispiel
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MY1* meine
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GRANDMA2 oma
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MY1
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Unfortunately, I could not hear them.
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I1
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TO-LOOK-AT2
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TO-HEAR1
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^
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For instance my grandma had a good job.
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EXAMPLE1* beispiel
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MY1
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GRANDMA2 oma
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MY1*
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SELF1A* selbst
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PROFESSION1A beruf
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GOOD1* [MG]
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She was a businesswoman.
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STORE1 geschäftsfrau
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WOMAN4A
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But she could talk extremely nasty behind people’s backs.
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BUT1* aber
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ROUND-THE-CORNER1^ [MG]
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$GEST-NM-SPEAKING1^ [MG]
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TO-CRITICISE1A* [MG]
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VERY7 [MG]
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That was incredible.
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CRAZY1B [MG]
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But people say she was a typical Berliner.
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1^*
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ALL2A*
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TYPICAL1 typisch
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BERLIN1A* berliner
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NO3B^*
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I never thought it suited her.
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TO-LOOK-AT3*
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I1 aber
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TO-LOOK-AT3*
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TO-MATCH1 passt
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NOT5 nicht
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She was good at repartee.
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TO-CRITICISE1A* [MG]
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$INDEX1
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FAST1B schlagfertig
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DONE1B
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When she said something, it took me too long to get it.
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I2
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TO-LOOK-AT2*
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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I1
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TO-KNOW-OR-KNOWLEDGE2B^
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LATE1 spät
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While I was still figuring out what she meant, she already talked about something else.
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I1
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TO-PONDER1*
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WHAT-IS-YOUR-OPINION2* was meint
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TO-BELONG1^*
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$INDEX1
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ALREADY1A schon
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AHEAD2 voraus
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RIGHT-OR-AGREED1A stimmt
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$GEST^ [MG]
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A shame she’s not alive anymore. That's quick-witted.
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TOO-BAD1* schade
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DONE1A schlagfertig
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TO-LIVE1A lebt
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NOT-ANYMORE1A nicht mehr
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TOO-BAD1* schade
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I would have asked her to tell me more.
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IF-OR-WHEN1A
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WHERE-FROM1^*
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FASCINATING1 [MG]
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TO-LET-KNOW1A
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PROMPT2*
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We deaf people miss it, but hearing people whine and nag a lot with each other.
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DEAF1A
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HEARING1A hörend
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AREA1A^*
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TO-CRITICISE1A [MG]
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VERY7* [MG]
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$GEST^ [MG]
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She carried it too far sometimes.
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MEASURE6^* zu weit
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People from Berlin are often quick-witted.
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BERLIN1B* berl{in}
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TYPICAL1* typisch
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DONE1A schlagfertig
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TO-BEAT1*
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DONE1A
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$GEST-DECLINE1^*
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They bluntly tell you the truth.
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$PROD* [MG]
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Some Germans say they find people from Berlin very annoying and unpleasant.
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$PROD* [MG]
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SOMETIMES1* manchmal
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That hits home then.
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TO-CRITICISE1A* [MG]
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GERMAN1 deutschland
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BERLIN1A* berlin
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TROUBLE1 [MG]
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ON-PERSON1
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$MORPH-UN4 unangenehm
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PLEASANT2*
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ON-PERSON1
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When I ask them why they think so, they say people from Berlin have big mouths.
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REASON4B grund
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BRAGGART1 [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^
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I thought it was like that everywhere in Germany.
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TO-THINK1A
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$INDEX1 da da da
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But it is mainly Berlin.
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NO1B [MG]
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MORE1 mehr
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BERLIN1A* berlin
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HERE1*
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Predominantly, yes.
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PRIMARILY1* [MG]
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$GEST-OFF^ [MG]
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Well, that’s how it is.
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$GEST-NM-TO-SHRUG1^ [MG]
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So are these people deaf or hearing?
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Deaf, no both.
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DEAF1A* [MG]
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BOTH2A beide
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I mean — other deaf people in Germany also say that deaf people from Berlin are especially annoying.
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OPINION1A meine
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SELF1A* selbst
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AREA1A^* deutschland
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TO-LOOK-AT1* [MG]
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BERLIN1A* berlin
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PERSON1
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DEAF1A [MG]
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Hearing people are like that, too.
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HEARING1A^* hörende
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ALSO1A auch
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I don't know.
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$GEST-NM-TO-SHRUG1^ [MG]
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And that is a ‘Berliner Schnauze’ then.
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BRAGGART1 schnauze
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BERLIN1B* berlin
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BRAGGART1 schnauze
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QUOTATION-MARKS1*
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I will keep my 'Berliner Schnauze', although I moved to Brandenburg.
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I1 obwohl
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ALTHOUGH2*
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BRANDENBURG1 brandenburg
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TO-MOVE1*
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NEVERTHELESS2A* trotzdem
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TO-STAY3* bleibe
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BERLIN1B* berl{iner}
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BRAGGART1 schnauze
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DONE4
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You will?
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$GEST-NM^
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Do people identify you through your dialect?
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YOU1*
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NECK1^* dialekt
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OR4A* oder
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No, by my choice of words.
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$GEST-NM-SHAKE-HEAD1^ nein
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WORD2*
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$ORAL^ wort
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