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Ich Weiss Wer Ich Bin (Who You Say I Am) German
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I'm down - Ich bin dabei
Explanation: Again this line came from Kennedys' speech at the Berlin Wall in This was to signify the solidarity of America with the struggle for a free Berlin. Selected response from: mtrent1.
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Comment Was man u. For example, I'm down with going to the mall if you are. Comment Or, in BE: Put me down for that. Comment Did you check the forum archive? When this has come up before, I've agreed with tomtom and Spike: be up for sth. However, IIRC, one or two people have claimed that 'down for' in the sense of 'up for' is a more recent development in slang. Das benutze ich immer, wenn ich "ich bin dabei" sagen will. Comment I agree that "I'm up for" or "I'm game" would be the usual things here.
I only mentioned "I'm down for" in 2 in order to give an example of a phrase using "down" which might in certain circumstances work hence my "u. Comment Everyone seems to agree that I'm up for that means I'm eager to participate in that , I'm down for that means I have signed up for that , but not everyone seems to be familiar with I'm down with that , which derives from U. Black slang and means I'm ok with that or That's fine with me as 3 has already pointed out. Comment The point is that that's not a very widely known sense, so learners might be better off not to use it, only to recognize it if necessary.
Comment Oh, it's widely used and known, even if not in all circles.
ich bin genudelt - Translation into English - examples German | Reverso Context
But then that's true of any variety of English, including the King's. I think the main point is to know that it's slang or colloquial--no matter what your level.
Comment Ami hier I totally agree with BobC.