"Du links, ich rechts."
Two men rob a bank. They need to split up so that if one of them gets busted, the other will escape with half. "Du links, ich rechts" one screams, as the sirens pierce the night air.
It is not a question, but a statement. LOL. Think of it as someone giving directions.
Dang it, I was going to put You left, me right but it didn't sound right so I wrote "You go left, I go right" which of course was wrong.. :P
To me it sounds a bit like 'recks' with kind of a kssshh sound in there somewhere... 'RECHSS' hmmmm thats a hard one.
this is referring to directions correct? how can a correct solution be "You to left, I am right"? If "I am right" is correct in context of direction, then why is "You are left" incorrect?