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German Vocabulary For Autumn Posted by on Sep 28, 2016

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Hallo! As my favourite season is upon is (Herbst – autumn) I decided there would be nothing better than a little post on all things Herbst in German.     Herbstwetter (autumn weather) is beautiful. It’s kühl (cool) outside, often windig (windy) but nevertheless nice and sonnig (sunny). At times it can be rather regnerisch…

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A Few German Words You Can’t Go Without Posted by on Sep 24, 2016

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Who doesn’t like travelling? I think we all do! And we all want to make a good impression on the natives. A good way to do that is by speaking some of their words! If you are a beginner in German, and you just want to have some short, but important words, then look no…

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German Indefinite Pronouns Posted by on Sep 21, 2016

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Guten Tag, liebe Leser! Recently, as part of my back to basics post, I linked to a post from the archives that deals with German possessive pronouns – that is, how to say things like ‘her book’ , ‘his hat’, ‘our cat’, and so on. Now I’d like to go over German indefinite pronouns.  …

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Changes to Oktoberfest 2016 Posted by on Sep 20, 2016

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It’s that time of year again! Oktoberfest started last Saturday and will run till the third of October. Following this year’s events around the world, Oktoberfest has enhanced its safety procedures to make sure that all visitors are in a safe environment. I’ve listed the changes below (don’t worry, there aren’t that many!) and if…

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4 Times Germans Took Their Sense Of Order Too Far Posted by on Sep 15, 2016

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My father has told me many times a proverb that also he grew up with: Ordnung ist das halbe Leben (order is half your life). Yes, Germans cherish tidiness and order, which can go into the absurd. Sometimes, Germans just take their Ordnungssinn (sense of order) too far! Enjoy! 4. Maschendrahtzaun Back in the 1990s, one particular woman became…

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