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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 05-16-2011, 07:39 PM Thread Starter
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Killian knows most all his commands in German, now I'd like to teach Killian to "go lay down". My lab knows "Go Lay Down", but I was wondering if I were to teach him this command in German, what is the translation and how would you pronounce it?
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"platz" is down

Is that what you want or a more casual command like "go lay out of the kicthcen somewhere

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"platz" is down

Is that what you want or a more casual command like "go lay out of the kicthcen somewhere
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Yes, like get out of my face, leave the room, go to bed!

LOL! That kind of go lay down, he knows platz.... I was wondering what the literal translation would be.... That site doesn't have that, I like that site though....
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I will tell you what does NOT work:

Get in ze Haus!

Go! Go in the House!

Platz! Gut, Good Girl,

No Fuey! Quiet! Achtung! Go Platz!

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Have you tried using Google Translate?

Google Translate

I did it and came up with "Gehe legen" but, for the life of me, I don't know if that's "correct".

When you translate "Gehe legen" back to English the translator says it means "Go lay".
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When I used German commands i would just say "Go Platz" and Maeko knew to beat it.
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Oh, Google Translate kinda did the thing!
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Killian knows most all his commands in German, now I'd like to teach Killian to "go lay down". My lab knows "Go Lay Down", but I was wondering if I were to teach him this command in German, what is the translation and how would you pronounce it?
its: leg dich hin
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