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Death to Spies: Moment of Truth Sequel to the popular stealth-action Death to Spies

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Old 10-20-2009, 02:29 AM
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What are the guards saying? Specifically when theyr'e mad. I know some of the phrases, and there is another thread for DTS, but I can't find some in particular. Such as (I'm spelling them based on how they sound ofcourse):

"Da nim!"
"Nim das!"
"Something, something kamerad su zaden"

And any others you can think of.
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Old 10-20-2009, 03:03 AM
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Try looking at the English and Russian phrases and you'll probably understand what the Germans are saying...
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Old 10-20-2009, 09:53 AM
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"Da nim!"
"Nim das!"
Both mean mean "Take this!"
(Da nimm! & Nimm das!)


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"Something, something kamerad su zaden"
I cannot identify this?

Look here, this may be interesting for you:

http://forum.1cpublishing.eu/showthread.php?t=8344
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Old 10-20-2009, 07:24 PM
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Thanks. Sorry about the last one, the guys say it when they are standing around or just walking by.
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Old 11-01-2009, 06:01 PM
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If anyone still looks at this thread, the phrase I was mentioning above is sound file "casual 5" in the games files. It sounds like "Werdammt! Wie zu ist kein kamerat zu saden!" Sometimes without the "Werdammt."
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Old 11-01-2009, 07:14 PM
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If anyone still looks at this thread, the phrase I was mentioning above is sound file "casual 5" in the games files. It sounds like "Werdammt! Wie zu ist kein kamerat zu saden!" Sometimes without the "Werdammt."
"Verdammt, wieso ist kein Kamerad zu sehen?"

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"Damn, why can't you see a comrade?"

means: Damn, why is there no comrade?"
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Old 11-07-2009, 08:48 PM
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Thanks. So does this mean the guy is lonely and want's to know why his friends aren't around?

Ok, a few more and then I'll leave you alone.
They do say "ein fremde!" don't they, which means stranger?
Also, I thought "Ganz ganau" means "exactly" or something to that effect. What does it mean in the context of the game?
Finally, what are the Russians saying when you walk by and they salute you?

Sorry for all the questions, I just happen to find both Russian and German to be very interesting languages and here they are both in the same game.
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Old 11-07-2009, 09:19 PM
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Thanks. So does this mean the guy is lonely and want's to know why his friends aren't around?
I don't know, I do not remember this sentence. Perhaps a guard is waiting
for changing the guard.

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Ok, a few more and then I'll leave you alone.
They do say "ein fremde!" don't they, which means stranger?
Yes, "ein Fremder" means "a stranger".

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Also, I thought "Ganz ganau" means "exactly" or something to that effect.
What does it mean in the context of the game?
"Ganz genau" means "All right" or "absolut correct" a soldier, who
receives a command would never say this. Ergo this is incorrect.


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Finally, what are the Russians saying when you walk by and they salute you?
Ask forlik or hykao. I dunno any Russian.


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Sorry for all the questions, I just happen to find both Russian and German to be very interesting languages and here they are both in the same game.
Kein Problem mein Freund
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Old 11-08-2009, 04:42 PM
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Finally, what are the Russians saying when you walk by and they salute you?
Do you mean "Zdraviya zhelau"? It's a standart military salute in Soviet Army. Word-by-word translation looks like "health wishes".
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Old 11-08-2009, 04:59 PM
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I just happen to find both Russian and German to be very interesting languages and here they are both in the same game.
yeah. both russian and german are very interesting.
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