What is the difference between 'allein' and 'alleine' ?
"alleine" is only used in common speech. "allein" is the correct term.
Thank you! :)
Male voice saying this was incomprehensible after multiple attempts fast or slow, best phonetic guess was erwent. Slo speed converted rennt into a growl
Male voice wasn't at all clear - sounded more like 'event' than 'rennt'. With the slow audio is was more of a bassy grumble than a human voice.
What's wrong with 'She's running alone.'? DL said it was a typo.
It's no longer a typo.
I said "They are running alone. They said it was wrong and the correct answer was "She has running alone". What? I know that cannot be correct!
The verb is "rennt" in this sentence, rather than "rennen", meaning that "sie" means "she", rather than "they"
Oh, nevermind, after rereading what you said, i saw that i must have misread the first time.
How would you translate "You'll never walk alone" into German?
I believe "Du wirst nie allein laufen"
You could also say: ,,Ihr werdet nie allein laufen," or: ,,Sie werden nie allein laufen". Gehen means to go on foot, so that could be used as well.
Wir übersetzen das nicht, wir singen das genau so. XD
Female voice not very clear
The male is completely unclear. I couldn't even guess what he was mumbling. He somehow made "rennt" into two syllables, neither of which could be understood.
Does einsam also mean alone?
Ein Fichtenbaum steht einsam...
Yes I think, it does
Einsam is "lonely"
It should be clarified that rennen means to run competitively, like in a race. Laufen is just to run/walk, like if you're late to work, you might run.
Wenn es das heißen soll, was ich vermute, würde man im Deutschen sagen: "Sie geht alleine laufen." oder "Sie geht alleine joggen." Genau wie bei "schwimmen gehen".
I had the female voice, and it sounded unclear. According to these comments, it is apparent that the male one is unclear, too.