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Normally, Monsieur Candie by AndAllTheOtherColors Normally, Monsieur Candie by AndAllTheOtherColors
I would say, Auf Wiedersehen. But since what auf widersehen actually means is, till I see you again, and since I never wish to see you again, to you sir, I say, goodbye.
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AxelVIIIThePyroPunK Jan 29, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
damn him, he couldn't resist.
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Amaterasuscorp1 Jan 28, 2013  Student General Artist
I love this line xD I didn't know that in the original english version he says "auf Wiedersehen" too --> In the german version he says exactly the same thing xD

I soooo love his charakter in this film^^ he's so hilarious --> in a clever way xD
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AndAllTheOtherColors Jan 28, 2013   Traditional Artist
Oh wow! I guess I never even thought of that... I do know that Waltz does his own dubbing in German versions of his movies though haha, that's not surprising.
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Amaterasuscorp1 Jan 29, 2013  Student General Artist
I soo love his voice ^^ He sounds even more "evil" in german^^ (because of the accent?!) Are you a native english speaker? If you are--> What do you think about his english accent? I think that if I didn't know that his native language is german I couldn't tell whether he is a native english speaker or not ^^
He speaks really really well for austrian standards xD
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AndAllTheOtherColors Jan 29, 2013   Traditional Artist
I bet he does. I love the German language, the little pieces he gets to speak in his movies aren't enough haha

Yeah I'm a native English speaker, and I have to say his accent is very good, in his opening scene in Django it took me a few minutes to realize he was still playing a German character ha. I feel like most people who speak German as their native language have a decent English accent, but then again I don't know many Germans/Austrians.

I gotta assume you're Austrian (or... German ha)? If so, you certainly write very well in English c:
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Amaterasuscorp1 Jan 30, 2013  Student General Artist
Yep, I'm Austrian xD And thank you^^ I sooo love the english language---> The grammar is much more logical than the German ^^ I have a better mark in English than I have in German --> and I'm not the only one who is better in English in my class xD
I thought that I could study English, but I think that it's not really necessary for me --> I'm getting used to it, and I don't want to become an english-teacher^^

-->But I can't speak as well as I write <-- :blushes:
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AndAllTheOtherColors Jan 30, 2013   Traditional Artist
Really? You think the grammar makes more sense? As a native speaker, I still don't understand the grammar...

I think that's true with a lot of second languages though. I feel like if someone gave me an "English As A Second Language" type test, I wouldn't do so hot...
I speak it, I don't know how to speak it.... so to speak. :B
Couldn't help it haha
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Amaterasuscorp1 Jan 30, 2013  Student General Artist
lol ^^ I think that it's the same thing with other languages too XD --> nobody knows how the grammar works, but that doesn't matter^^ The only one who's interested in it, is the teacher xD

I mean that in english all the words (exept a few) are written with small letters.
Whereas in german there are many words that start with a capital letter.
And what mostly drives me mad are the commas, which appear in every single sentence so that I often forget to set some of them...

Do you speak a second language?
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AndAllTheOtherColors Jan 30, 2013   Traditional Artist
Fair point hahaha.

There are tons of commas in English too... is the use very different in German?

I do not, ha. I fall into the stereotype of the average American who just assumes that, "Oh everyone just speaks English anyway."
I'm only half kidding about that.
I suppose... I'm taking a French class because my college requires a full credit of some foreign language, and I picked French because I actually know a little French from high school... I have no desire to actually learn it though ha... :B
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Awesome line and awesome art!
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