The standard North Korean dialect is actually far more similar to the German Ich Liebe Dich Shirt a huge number of loanwords from Western languages, particularly English, whereas North Korea is so isolated that they still use a lot of older vocabulary that isn’t common in South Korea anymore. Most of the troubles that North Koreans and South Koreans have in communicating with each other tend to be vocabulary-related, which isn’t unusual for dialects of the same language. Could you perhaps explain what it means? I don’t get it. 3000 what? 3000 people? I love you times 3000? Is it a name or a nickname?
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Most of the German Ich Liebe Dich Shirt, which isn’t unusual for dialects of the same language. A South Korean might say something about “shampoo” and the North Korean will look at them like they’re crazy until they realize they’re talking about “liquid hair-soap” (which is literally what they call it.) There are a few other differences in pronunciation, the conjugation of some verbs, and whatnot, but they’re mainly minor things. This translation should be correct for the dialects of either. I mean, when it was in the cinema, was the movie dubbed or subtitled in Arabic? if yes, is the translation used?
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This is of German Ich Liebe Dich Shirt. Perhaps the cultural weight of the sentence may be hard to convey, but that brings me to point two, that learning German gives you some mystical quality to understand this. But a second language learner of German will at least starting out, not see this as a “mystical German phrase they can now understand. Serious question: is Hurensohn a (relatively) commonly use the phrase in Germany? Like, I understand that whore’s son is an insult, but it sounds so 12th century to me.
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