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This appears to be an ad. I can speak maybe ten words of German, but you don't even need that to tell that the site is linked to is one of those sketchy free something-or-other sites (in this case, an ebook about... who knows?).
Sometimes, I wonder if these people actually make a profit polluting the Internet like this. I guess they wouldn't if they didn't, but... I can't see how. I guess I'd feel a little better about it if I thought something was being produced for this, even if it was illegal dollars. Sigh.
In other news, that used 20% of all of my German knowledge. Without context, all I can tell is that you are talking about German and joined two clauses with 'and'.
I'm not even sure it's German that I wrote. We'll have to wait for a German speaker to mark down all the mistakes. Anyway, we all do the best we can and full credit to you for noticing it's an advert.