Q:Book exchange: Hello! I'm Desdemona and I live in the US. I own a large variety of genres, and I'd like to trade English/Spanish books for German. Thanks!
Q:the book exchange thing sounds hell rad! i'm from germany so i can offer german books. In exchange both german and english books are fine :)
Hallo and Guten Abend~ :3 I’m German. (Well 25%.) I’m far from fluent. My oma is from Germany and I’ve picked a few words up over the years. (A lot of curse words. oops.) Though she didn’t speak in German around her grandchildren. Mostly because that side of the family is in Germany.
Q:Hi! I would also love to take part in the book exchange! I am a Brazilian who's studying German in uni, so I'd love to receive books in German! I would also like some English ones, new books are always nice. I have books in Portuguese and English that I can trade for them. :)
- der Sommer = summer
- die Sprossen = plural form of der Spross = sprout, shoot, spear
die Sommersprossen = freckles
The singular form of “die Sommersprossen” is “die Sommersprosse”.
die Sprosse = rung (of a ladder), but it also has several other meanings, one of them being seedling or samlet. So the explanation still kind of works. :)