I knew what you were trying to say, but "Spitze" is the wrong word.Is this phrase correct?
Mein Großvater war Deutsch also ich spreche eine Spitze. Aber ich möchte mehr Deutsch lernen.
What I want to say is: My gradfather was German therefore I speak a bit. But I would like to learn more German.
Nothing wrong with that, Gaer. Both ideas and translations are correct. What I understand from the sentence in question isgaer said:...
I'm sure that's not quite right, but it might get you started before a native shows up to "set it right".
Dein Deutsch ist gar nicht "schlecht". Viel Erfolg beim Lernen, benutze aber bitte keine automatischen Übersetzer!Vielen Dank. Es tut mir leid, mein Deutsch ist sehr schlecht, aber Deutsch ist
nichtkein Kurs istein inan meiner Oberschule. Ich weißekann nur Französisch und Spanisch.
I also write German very badly, but I can assure you that if you continue to read a great deal, your sense of when something you write is wrong will become sharper.I actually don't use the translator much at all, I just don't know how to put sentences together well, aber danke.
I can read and understand German fairly well, it's just speaking it and writing it I can't do as well. Now, looking at the errors and corrections I realize my mistakes, it's helpful. Is "meiner" because of the accusative or dative case? And by the way, "schlecht" was a typo, I must have pressed the keys too lightly. But I have a question, why kannen over weißen?