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It’s nearly the end of the year, and we’ve had a brilliant 2015 at Transparent Language, with the blogs hitting the 1 million views mark in August for the first time ever! So thank you all very much for your continued support and interest in our work here at Transparent Language.
Without further ado, here are the top 10 most popular blog posts from the German Language blog in 2015. What’s your favourite? 🙂
At number 10 we have a post from the archives that gives a few handy hints on how to tell which German words are masculine (der), feminine (die) and neuter (das)! There are no set rules as to why a word takes der, die or das, but there are a few patterns that can help you make an educated guess.
At number 9 it’s this handy post on what to say when you make a phone call in Germany – and what you can expect to hear back. There are certain, important differences between making phone calls in the UK, for example, and in Germany – the way telephone numbers are read out in German may throw you!
Of all of the untranslatable German words covered on the blog so far, this one has proven itself to be your favourite in 2015. And no wonder – the sensation of Gemütlichkeit is one that is synonymous with German culture.
At number 7 it’s this helpful little post packed full of vocabulary for various fruit and veg in German. Going to a restaurant, or need to do a healthy food shop? This post will help you out!
What do kein, keine, and keinen mean, and how are they linked to the words ein, eine and einen in German? The ‘kein’ version is used if you are saying you lack something. So, if somebody asks you a question in German and you have to negate your statement, the table in this article will show you exactly how to do it!
That’s it! Those are the 10 most popular posts of 2015. Vielen Dank to all of our lovely readers! We are so pleased you have enjoyed our posts this year. If there is anything you’d like to go into more depth in in 2016, let us know!
All that’s left to say is Frohe Weihnachten und einen guten Rutsch ins neue Jahr!