Ja. Mein Luftkissenboot ist voller Aale.
No thanks...i'm cutting back..
I don't speak German but due to my familys' European upbringing I can get some of it...
Well, I know enough German to have known that you spelled some words wrong in the question. :)
No, although I remember a lot of words and phrases of the language, I can't claim to have ever even remotely mastered speaking or always understanding it very well. I've been told that I had some of the polite greetings down pretty well though, between the ages of 2 and 4.
I had one year of German 20 years ago. I was quite surprised to discover that I still have the cassettes from that class. I never owned a cassette player to listen to them.
I had 2 years of German in junior high school, the second time I lived there. Our teacher wasn't very good, because Herr ____ got way too frustrated with us kids over not getting the sound of words just right, as opposed to our just learning them first.
I learned a lot more from our German landlady, and a friend.
BTW, if you meant to ask, "Do you speak German?", you should have written, "Sprechen Sie Deutsch?" or "Sprichst Du Deutsch?".
"Sprachen sie Deut(s)ch?" means, "did they speak German?".