wilkommen zur ????? funf punkt vier

Ken1 June 3, 2008, 3:24 pm
Nathalie

At the beginning of each new lesson, Paul says something like

wilkommen zur ????? funf punkt vier (or whatever lesson number)

the word which would replace the question marks sounds a little like 'Einhard' or Einhart' and I can only assume means 'Lesson' because the sentence is translated by Nik as 'Welcome to lesson (whatever)'

I have looked through various dictionarys and the various words for 'Lesson' include Lehrstunde, and Lektion, but I cannot find anything that resembles the word that Paul uses as that the begining of each lesson. Please tell me, what is it?

Ken
wilkommen zur ????? funf punkt vier
ANONYMOUS June 3, 2008, 8:49 pm
Hi Ken,

Paul uses the word Einheit (die Einheit) which means unit/lesson.

wilkommen zur ????? funf punkt vier

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