(870) 647-1991

English uses the German word "lied" to define a German art song, while German uses the English word "Song" to define a pop song or a song with critical content such as found in Brecht. That's barbaric!

(870) 647-1991

It takes a lot of time to get used to married life. Get her out of here. Political questions are far too serious to be left to the politicians. I think Oskar is unlucky. I believe love exists. He put salt into his cup of coffee by mistake. He can speak French and English. Dylan heard footsteps. Something else was cooking in the kitchen. I used to go to school when I was a child.

(870) 647-1991

Tanya is way younger than me. She drew a broken line to show where the property ended. All the guests have gone home. Let this be an example to you. Are you pleased with your new house? She thinks the world of him. She lay in his arms all night. Each stage of life is a preparation for the next as well as a complete life in itself. What word is this?

(870) 647-1991

Dan didn't even have time to eat.

(870) 647-1991

It's one of the safest cities in the world.

(870) 647-1991

Speak slower. There is not enough tea. I didn't know Bill was going skiing with you. Songwriting is a hobby of mine.

(870) 647-1991

I wish you the very best of luck. I don't have enough money to pay this month's rent.

(870) 647-1991

Saul got Laurel. He is a genius in his own opinion. I'm seeing him again on Monday.

(870) 647-1991

Would you like a newspaper or magazine? Do you need a second?

(870) 647-1991

Don't you remember what I said? Are you really going to wear that? Do you have any food? He threw a stone at a dog.