I got some odd looks today for using the local dialect’s way of phrasing the time. But I don’t care for Standard German and don’t think I should be expected to use it.
I have to go back a few years first. I started learning German in 2004. Most of it I learned at the Goethe Institute in Jerusalem and on my visits to Germany. I learned very quickly, and by the time I moved here in 2007, I spoke fluently, but with a bunch of mistakes. Continue reading Three-quarters two