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Archive for November, 2011

German ordinal numbers in use: Choosing the proper gender, grammatical case, and number (pt. I) Posted by on Nov 9, 2011

Ordinal numbers are not as common as cardinal numbers. But you need to use them whenever you express things that occur in an order or series. For example, in a hotel you may discover that your room is on the eighth floor. To properly use ordinals in German, you have to consider that ordinal numbers…

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German ordinal numbers from 1st to 100th Posted by on Nov 7, 2011

Numbers come in two forms in almost every language. The most common form is called cardinal numbers. You use cardinal numbers when you look at a price tag or do your taxes. In other words, you use these types of numbers for any type of counting. The second type of number is called ordinal numbers,…

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Gesetzliche Feiertage in Deutschland – Religious holidays in Germany Posted by on Nov 3, 2011

I have recognized that some of you wondered whether October 31 and/or November 1 are gesetzliche Feiertage (official holidays) in Germany or not. Well, both is right and wrong at the same time. Thus, it seems that Germany is still not completely (re-)united!? Although church and state are separated in Germany and Religionsfreiheit (freedom of…

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