The whole series of categories that Duolingo offers is called a tree; when you pass every subject that is offered for German, you have finished the German tree.
wouldn't it be "wir lernen Deutsch", because German doesn't distinguish between "we are learning" and we learn"?
I am guessing that in German, "Dutch" is a quite different word, probably related to Niederlande, yes?
Yup. That's true. In the Netherlands, we say 'Duitsland' and 'Nederlands', while Germans speak about 'Deutschland' and 'Niederländisch'. In English, that would be 'Germany' and 'Dutch'.
Respectfully, I have a small correction on the English translations provided by Osnakezz: "Dutch" is not used to refer to a place. There is a language called "Dutch", which is spoken by "Dutch" people in a country we call "the Netherlands".
It's considered a noun (German is a language, therefore a noun), and it is thus capitalized.
Hi guys! Can somebody please help me understand the difference between spreche and sprechen?
"Ich spreche" = "I speak" "Sie sprechen" = "They speak / They are speaking" "Sprechen Sie Deutsch?" = "Do you speak German?" "Ich spreche Deutsch." = "I speak German." I think that about the only time we use "spreche" is when saying "I spreche." Please pardon me if I am wrong :)
Im a spanish speaker, its me or the "ch" in "spreche" sounds diferent than in "ich"
i got typo "i speakmGerman" and it gives me correct. accidentally presses "m" for spacing.