R (heartbeatfast) wrote in linguaphiles,
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Is this German grammatically correct? And does it make sense in general? I wrote it very quickly. (I'll put what I think it means in English under a cut)
Thank you!

Wir haben unsere Präsentation auf der Universität von Regensburg gemacht. Ich werde eine kurze Einführung geben und werde um Anpassung sprechen und Conor und Niamh werden um Campus Leben und Leben in Regensburg sprechen.

Die Universität von Regensburg, gelegen in Bayern Deutschland, wurde am 18. Juli 1962 vom Bayern Parlament gegründet. Die Universität ist außerhalb des Stadtkerns von Regensburg befunden und Alles ist auf einem einzelnen Campus.

Die Universität hat ungefähr 4.200 Arbeitnehmer. 312 Professoren und 16.000 Studenten. Das ist ziemlich ähnlich wie hier in Trinity, vielleicht ein bisschen größer.

Die Universität hat 12 Fakultäten; eine Schule des Gesetzes, Schule des Betriebswirtschaft, Wirtschaftswissenschaft und Informationen, Sprachen, Literatur und Mathematik und noch viele.



We did our presentation on the University of Regensburg. I will give a short introduction and will speak about accommodation and Conor and Niamh will speak about Campus life and life in Regensburg.

The Uni of Regensburg, situated in Bavaria Germany, was founded on 18th July 1962 by the Bavarian Parliament. The University is found outside the inner city of Regensburg and everything is on a single Campus.

The University has roughly 4,200 employees. 312 Professors and 16,000 students. That is fairly similar to here in Trinity, perhaps a bit bigger.

The University has 12 faculties; a school of Law, a school of Business Studies, Economics and Information, Languages, Literature and Mathematics and many more.



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