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Offline Kelmola

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Re: Revolting Uniting
« Reply #6405 on: 25-04-2016, 19:04:16 »
Ei kestä, you're welcome!

As to the question, my German is a bit rusty, but I got the general idea.
Minä rakastan sinua = Ich liebe dich, and this is the most common form. You can actually use this first also.
Minä olen rakastunut sinuun ~ Ich habe dich lieb, not that common and can really only be used once, the first time you mention the l-word to her. But it's still on the same level. Let's give a few differing degrees of affection...

Minä olen rakastumassa sinuun = "I'm falling in love with you." On the way there.

Minä olen ihastunut sinuun ~ I've fallen for you -- when you don't dare mention the l-word yet but want to bring up the affection. Again, this sounds weird if used more than once, if you want to keep it on this level before "love", a natural way to say would be "Olet ihana" (You're wonderful) because the simple present "Minä ihastun sinua" (the noun "sinä" in partitive) would be complete nonsense, and grammatically correct "Minä ihastun sinuun" (sort of semi-continuous, the noun "sinä" now in the illative) is really awkward way to say separated from other attributes, whereas "Minä ihastun sinuun päivä päivältä enemmän" (~"I'm falling for you more and more every day" -- sorta in-between future or continuous present) would on the other hand make perfect sense, even though it may sound a bit cheesy.

Minä olen ihastumassa sinuun ~ "I'm falling for you." On the way to the awkward level above...

It's a bit difficult since the tenses (or rather, their use) in Finnish and German (or English) don't fully match. German uses the perfect and past participle much more, while Finnish idiomatic translation would use present or imperfect more often. The continuous present tense (as in the above examples the -ssa suffix) is grammatically correct, but is sometimes awkward, sometimes useful. Also, in Finnish the future tense doesn't even exist in formal, only in spoken language - it relies on the use of the auxiliary verb "tulla" (to come), whereas the grammatically correct "future" would be the simple present tense.
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Re: Revolting Uniting
« Reply #6406 on: 25-04-2016, 19:04:19 »
Thank you very much !


The more I know from your language the more complicated it gets - :D really !

Guess I am going to stick with the most simple one, as - if the possibility occurs- thats going to be the only one I would be able to speak - the others are just not rememberable for a non finnish speaker ;)

Thank you very much :)
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Re: Revolting Uniting
« Reply #6407 on: 01-05-2016, 13:05:36 »
Snooped around looking at the alternatives for the Norwegian army when they needed a pistol in 1914.

What Krag came up with...


Am I the only one who sees an HK usp tactical/expert?

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Re: Revolting Uniting
« Reply #6408 on: 01-05-2016, 14:05:58 »
I think you are, its nothing like the USP other then the barrel sticking out a bit.

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« Reply #6409 on: 01-05-2016, 15:05:30 »


Ehhhhhhh.... Nah, not really that much. Must be the larger trigger guard space and the extra room on the grip but no. Not really.

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Re: Revolting Uniting
« Reply #6410 on: 10-05-2016, 01:05:32 »
Lego WW2

Love it when people are creative.

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« Reply #6411 on: 10-05-2016, 12:05:25 »
Lego WW2

Love it when people are creative.
Very nice! Love it! But as you now and Ts once mentioned,it could now go to conspirasy thread too..
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Re: Revolting Uniting
« Reply #6412 on: 10-05-2016, 15:05:57 »
Lego WW2

Love it when people are creative.

Yes, I love how each object is recognizable, even the Pak36. :)

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« Reply #6413 on: 10-05-2016, 16:05:33 »
I have hard time identifying the Russian tanks, is it BT-7 or T-34? They have Valentine Mk.III too during that battle?

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« Reply #6414 on: 10-05-2016, 16:05:54 »
I have hard time identifying the Russian tanks, is it BT-7 or T-34? They have Valentine Mk.III too during that battle?
T26, BT-7, MS1, T28 & KV1
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« Reply #6415 on: 10-05-2016, 16:05:09 »
And he repeatedly shown a lot of German tank with protruding barrel on top of the main gun barrel, akin to Pz 38t, what is that? They appear in many of his 1941 and 1940 (France) videos.

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« Reply #6416 on: 10-05-2016, 17:05:35 »
Lego WW2

Love it when people are creative.
Man, When I get home, I'm gonna find a picture of myself when I was 8 years old and had built a big ass (Like 8 year old big) LEGO model of a Short Stirling bomber. It even had an electric motor with power out to the four propellers. I built it for the 55th anniversary of a Short Stirling that was shot down over my village when on a mission to air supply the Norwegian resistance movement. Quite sad, really. They got shot down in early April of 1945 by a Me 110 or a Ju88. Either way, it was a nightfighter. IIRC they actually got shot down by Schräge Musik according to reports. They are buried in our village. I got to meet one of the crew member's brother or nephew. He gave me a penny. Ironically I laid in my LEGO satchel filled to the brim with Legos. I wonder if it's still there.

 

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« Reply #6417 on: 10-05-2016, 17:05:24 »
And he repeatedly shown a lot of German tank with protruding barrel on top of the main gun barrel, akin to Pz 38t, what is that? They appear in many of his 1941 and 1940 (France) videos.
The ones you see are PZ 35t and PZ 38T

The 35T is armed with the 3,7cm KPÚV vz. 34 or KWK 34. The protuding thing above the barrel is the hydraulic recoil buffer. The PZ 38 has the skoda a7, wich does not have it
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Re: Revolting Uniting
« Reply #6418 on: 10-05-2016, 18:05:36 »
Imagine If FH2 youtube videos had the same amount of viewers  :)

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« Reply #6419 on: 10-05-2016, 19:05:29 »
Imagine If FH2 youtube videos had the same amount of viewers  :)

Dont think all FH2 vids combined has as many views as that video alone does.