Example of false friends in a yoghurt advertisement, die means I want in Dutch but not in English, so the daughter is asking for yoghurt and not for the death of her mother.
@SamX4ever, it didn't sound angry enough. It's more like "ALSJEBLIEFT!!!!"
This is Dutch for anyone still wondering.
@TheAntiHistorian, only the Dutch would have a word as ridiculous as Alsjeblieft
@The Modern Centurion, it means please or you say it when you give something
You pronounce it: Aolstjebleeft. Class dismissed
Die is German for "the" (feminine)
@Toad, mama the the the?
@Tyler The Curator, I think it means more like 'I want that one' or 'this, this, this'
@Toad, or plural ;)
@Toad, I actually knew that too.
@Toad, "The, Bart The"
@Toad, actually the picture is dutch, not german. Die in dutch means "that".
@Toad, but mother in German is Muter, or something along that lines. Looks more Spanish top me personally, I don't know why.
@Toad, thank you for mentioning this
@Toad, die Frau Essen das brot
I'm learning German but I'm having a hard time with the tenses and words feminine/masculine variants of words