[Course Forum] Alemão - German for Portuguese Brazilian Speakers

(Luis Benez96) #1

Level 19 " Abastecendo seu vocabulário: Falando de esportes"
Error: der Turner; die Turnerin = a academia (der Turner; die Turnerin = academy, fitness studio)
Correction: der Turner; die Turnerin = o ginasta, a ginasta (der Turner; die Turnerin = the gymnast)

Level 27 “Frases: Vamos inspirá-los!”
Error: danken = a faixa; o trilho (danken = track)
Correction: danken = agradecer (danken = to thank, to say thanks)

Correct examples in Memrise for danken:
ich kann dir nicht genug danken = eu não tenho como agradecê-lo o suficiente (I can not thank you enough)
nichts zu danken = de nada (nothing to thank for).

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(Amanda Norrsken) #2


These requests had unfortunately landed in the Decks forum. I am in the process of moving posts that belong in the forums for the official memrise courses for German from the Decks forum. Is there someone who looks after the Brazilian Portuguese side of things on the memrise team right now?

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(Mila) #3

Hi @amanda-norrsken :slight_smile:

@IgCostaBR is the Brazilian Portuguese Language Specialist at Memrise.

(Amanda Norrsken) #4

We need to put a list of these people together for all the active forum regulars and leaders, don’t we?

(Mila) #5

It is true. It would be easier to check who the language specialists at Memrise are if we had a list.

(Linh Vu) #6

Thank you for flagging this! You’re right, we’ll need @IgCostaBR to review these, so we will contact him again separately. About your idea to have a list of people working at Memrise and their areas of expertise, I’m happy to have this discussed within the team :speech_balloon:
We’ll reply here again once the above issues have been resolved or discussed.

Happy learning!

(Ignacio) #7

Hello all.

@linh.vu, @Milamy and @amanda-norrsken, thank you for letting me know about this topic!
In fact, I hadn’t seen it.

@Luis_Benez96 sorry for our delay to answer your post.
You are right in both points and I have just fixed them!

Do let me know in case you have any other questions or suggestions.

Happy learning! =)