Well done Nick!
Best regards, Patrick
SchrifttafelnimVergleich19341950-1955-1971.jpgSchrifttafelnimVergleich19111927.jpgSchrifttafelnimVergleich1900.jpgSuetterlin is really not at all hard, if you keep in mind the variety of "s" es in German, which was easier when the Szet was still alive, which has been abolished.
I love German. It is a beautiful, marvelous language. The best thing I ever did was learning German, without which I would have never had a career and or a wife, too. I forced myself to use Suetterlin when I wrote my master's thesis in the 1970s, and have more or less used it ever since. I have bad handwriting in German, as I do in English, but Suetterlin is attractive and pleasing to the eye.
FB: what government does not steal from us? They grab what they can,
especially from those that have a pension for many years of hard work!
Is any of those your girlfriend FB? Great showing Sütterlin-forms. Woolgar
can make a start now!
I am Dutch, born during the war in early 1942. When I was starting to speak
my first words were a mix of Dutch and German, as my grandmother and
mother often did speak German while a few German soldiers were quartered in
our home then. When Allied planes flew over, I instinctly fell on the ground and
shouted "hinfallen" (drop down). Strangly I did not when German planes flew
over (this is what my mother has told me when I was older)!
Last edited by Wilhelm Saris; 08-03-2013 at 07:04 AM.
"Wir sollen auch unser Leben für die Brüder lassen" (1.Joh.3.16):
zum Gedächtnis Wilhelm Schenk. Er starb fürs Vaterland am 13. Juni 1916