Hey Farook? How did I do? I am Dutch, I've had half a year of german in school, that's it.
not Farook, but I figured I'd answer anyway. He can correct me. :p
You did like this:
Sagen wir im Deutsch, er ist eine moglichkeit das Ich das verstehe
(Ich bin Belgische, Ich spreche keine Deutsch, aber Ich will das versuchen.)
Say we in German, he is a possibility that I understand that.
I am Belgium, I speak no german, but I will this try.
You kinda did get the point across tho. Mostly syntax and tense problems which is quite natural. ;) German is not an easy language to learn and among the hardest to master when it comes to syntax and case rules.
@OP Wenn ich dich richtig verstehe suchst du entweder nach dem SunArt Pack, dass findest du hier: http://wow.curse.com/downloads/details/5784/
Wenn du nach einer Alternative fuer das SunArt Pack suchst, es gibt einige Moeglichkeiten. Einige Beispiele:
1. eePanels: Massive Konfiguarion, aber erlaubt es Texturen praktisch ueberall zu platzieren.
2. Electroflux Textronator: Platziert 4 Texturen proportional zu deiner Aufloesung am unteren Bildschirmrand, inklusive Viewport Funktion. Ohne eigene Texturen aber kaum zu gebrauchen in meiner Meinung.
Ich weiss allerdings nicht in wie weit diese Addons lokalisiert sind, es kann also sein, dass sie fuer dich ohne halbwegs fundierte Englischkenntnisse kaum zu gebrauchen sind.
Hoffe ich konnte dir helfen.
@OP If I understand you correctly, you are looking for the SunnArt Pack, which can be found here.(link above)
If you are looking for an alternative to the SunnArt Pack, there are plenty. Some examples:
1. eePanels: Massive configuation, but allows for textures to be places pretty much anywhere.
2. Electroflux Textronator: Places 4 Textures proportional to your resolution at the bottom edge of the screen. Includes a fewport funktion. However, without custom textures it is barely usuable in my opionion.
However, I am unaware about the localisation status of these addons, therefore it is possible they are largely unusuable for you without half decent english skills.
Hope I could help.
edit: fekkin umlauts aren't shown. =/ Also spelling. I probably missed some. Darn dislexia.
Well, I tried based on Dutch, and isn't Belgische Belgian? But hey, I did butcher it - but I tried :P I had 1 yr of german, where all the others had had 2 yrs already. So you guess how well it went for me? I basically just slept on my finals, since I hardly understood wtf was being asked. I can say I have a little sister, though it's hardly relevant. Perhaps one day I'll try German, but it reminded me so much of latin with the tenses, nominatif, genitif, ablatif and all that (again genusses remembered from latin, don't hold it against me)
The reason i have a tendency to add das in a sentence is because of dutch.
eg I will try ... often here would be I will that try.
So it would have better to say Sagen sie das im Deutsch? And I have no idea what "there is" is in German, just assumed it would be the same as french :P "Il y a"
Perhaps one day I'll try German, but it reminded me so much of latin with the tenses, nominatif, genitif, ablatif and all that.
That's the reason why german is among the hardest languages to learn right there. Most languages have one or two cases, some have three, but german is among the very few with four. (one less than latin). That makes it pretty hard for most people, especially english speakers actually, since so much of the gramar is rooted in cases which simply aren't there in their native languages.
Anyway, as I said, you did get the point across, which is more than most people can say really. I know a few people who learned german as their second language and werent capable of a single coherent sentence even after several years.s
Well the thing is, I lost it in Latin on that very part of grammar, and when I saw German had that too, I just cried. That said, German is a beautiful language, it's one of the 3 official Belgian languages, so technically I should learn it. But French is my first order, it's been ages since I've used it and I want it to be at the fluency level of my English. Then German and Spanish.