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    Wochenendfahrer

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    Zimmer, ca. 15m², möbliert, mit kleiner Küche, Miete EUR 240,- und Wochenendfahrer
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    ?? In an advert for a room to rent...
    Danke für eure Hilfe!
    AuthorLooloobelle (413002) 17 Mar 08, 18:09
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    I think its somebody who visits his or her "old" home (family, friends, ...) every weekend. Like students often do.
    #1AuthorMone17 Mar 08, 18:11
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    Sounds like whomever goes home on the weekends, meaning the apartment wouldn't be available during the week - or perhaps something is missing in the advert, since 240 euros seems a bit much for a weekend place, even if it is Hamburg (if I recall correctly).
    #2Author Carly-AE (237428) 17 Mar 08, 18:12
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    How about: 'weekend commuter' = 'Wochenend-Pendler' ? . . .

    Dictionary: Pendler . . .
    #3AuthorDaddy17 Mar 08, 18:13
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    It could be that it's a room in a single-family home and the owners won't want you to be there on weekends. A friend of mine once had a place like that during an internship.
    #4AuthorPiz Sorega17 Mar 08, 18:15
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    Looloobelle - I used the "HomeCompany" services twice in the past and was very satisfied. You have to pay a "Vermittlungsgebühr" which varies according to the time you need an apartment. They are specialized in temporary living quarters.
    #5Author Carly-AE (237428) 17 Mar 08, 18:19
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    lol thanks guys :) I do love this forum. So sweet of you to remember where I'm going Carly :) oh I got an internship at a media agency by the way, yaay! So I can practice my editing for when I become a translator
    #6AuthorLooloobelle (413002) 17 Mar 08, 18:25
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    Congratulations, Looloobelle!
    #7Author Carly-AE (237428) 17 Mar 08, 18:27
     
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