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Gudrun Bartels
ArchitectConsultant, AKNW, Functional patterns in Building Culture. Politik, les Beaux Arts, sometimes Poetry. Dream, watch, explore things.
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Gudrun Bartels 6h
Replying to @jeremycorbyn
Of course you are. And especially your children who can choose after Brexit between being appendix to USA or China.
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Gudrun Bartels 6h
Replying to @_knoxi_
es sind Mädchen. Die regeln später die Welt und schicken ihre Jungs zum Daddeln.
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Gudrun Bartels 7h
Replying to @zeitonline @ValSchnian
Wie nennt sich das noch? ADS? Und wieder hat der Praktikant zugeschlagen.
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Gudrun Bartels 13h
Replying to @FantaCu
What is this? Ah, kitchen clean now. Was clean already, lol.
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Gudrun Bartels 13h
Replying to @gdrbaby
Ah, sorry, ich dachte, es ginge um Dich, lol. Bei jemand anderem würde ich mich dem Kommentar unten anschließen und empfehlen, das Studium abzuschließen oder den Platz für andere freizumachen.
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Gudrun Bartels 14h
Replying to @gdrbaby
Pausierst Du nicht gerade? Das müsste doch angerechnet werden. Ich dachte, man nimmt dann ein Urlaubssemester.
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Gudrun Bartels 15h
Oo..can‘t sleep. Hmm..maybe clean up something..
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Gudrun Bartels retweeted
Akki May 19
This baby trying to make Beatbox with his father is the funniest and most tender thing I've seen in a long time😂😍 Adorable
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Gudrun Bartels 15h
is a perpetuum mobile of producing lies. So simple. is falling apart, destroyed by its main protagonists who lie as if paid for it. Well..actually..
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Gudrun Bartels 21h
Replying to @nowthisnews
No, I think you got the wrong man here. He talks of his daily practice and he surely misspoke. Just a feeling. Makes an honest impression to me.
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Gudrun Bartels 22h
Replying to @MehmtKosucuoglu
Ah thanks. Will do that. Although: Won‘t understand a word, don‘t speak Turkish.
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Gudrun Bartels 22h
Replying to @MehmtKosucuoglu
10 years. That‘s a challenge.
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Gudrun Bartels 22h
Replying to @MehmtKosucuoglu
haha, you got me on my favourite subject. If I had not become an Architect, I would have had to study linguistics. Learning Chinese just now. Your language is agglutinating. That‘s why Turkish people do not learn our indoeuropean languages so easily.
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Gudrun Bartels 22h
Replying to @MehmtKosucuoglu
I should add, most German dialects can be understood by everyone, but not all.
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Gudrun Bartels 22h
Replying to @MehmtKosucuoglu
Exactly what I said German is quite unique in this aspect. I come from the North and there we have indeed another German language, the so called „low German“. The difference between „other language“ and „dialect“ has got something to do with so called shifts of vowels/consonants.
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Gudrun Bartels 22h
Replying to @MehmtKosucuoglu
It is not another language, believe me. It is by definition a German dialect. Swiss people would tell you the same. It belongs to the Alemannian dialects that exist in Switzerland, South-West Germany and Elsass on the French side of the river Rhine.
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Gudrun Bartels 22h
Did you know guys that German language is the one where people cannot understand each other‘s dialects? At all? This is Schwyzerduetsch from Switzerland. Need subtitles. I always found, the sentence melody resembles that of the Scots. The clip is about the EU elections..
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Gudrun Bartels 23h
Replying to @KialoHQ
Same with Foreign Minister. I am German, proud of our EU, but we should take more careful steps to more integration and also accept that especially former East Bloc countries have a different history. Culture is important. The Brits are proving that just now, too.
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Gudrun Bartels 23h
I think is an interesting discussion platform. It is based in NY.
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Gudrun Bartels 23h
Replying to @KialoHQ
With a common army the members must of course agree on their foreign policy. Which could become a problem because in democracies there can be very different parties with very different views in the government. So from me it would be a no. First USE (not now) then common army.
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