German Vocabulary for shopping- German Lifestyle

German vocabulary for shopping

You are new in Germany or Planing for vacation or Business trip ? Then definitely you will need to buy your regular staff or...

Nicht alle Tassen im Schrank haben

You will 100% confused if, while on a visit to Germany, a native strode up to you and asked if you still had all...
Some Interesting facts about Germany and Germans

Some Interesting facts about Germany and Germans

DO YOU KNOW! Germany is the most populous European country (Please Don't compare with Russia), with a population of 82 million. German people...
German language - German Lifestyle Blog

Funny facts about “German Language” part 02

Do you know how many people worldwide speak German? How many nations speak German? How many words are there in the German language? We...
Comparisons Between Germany and Austria

Comparisons Between Germany and Austria

  Many English speaking people mixed Austria with Germany. Sometimes they even confuse Austria with Australia! I know its quit funny J but true. Austria called as Österreich...
How to Celebrate Easter Like a German- german lifestyle

How to Celebrate Easter Like a German

Easter Sunday (Ostersonntag) in Germany annually celebrates Jesus Christ's resurrection after his crucifixion on Good Friday, according to the Christian Bible. People mark the...
German States (Länder ) called different in English

German States (Länder ) called different in English

Germany called in German "Deutschland" Same thing happened when we look on the name of Different states in Germany. Maximum States has a different English name. Below you...
German National and Regional Public Holidays

German National and Regional Public Holidays

List of National and Regional Public Holidays of Germany in 2017  January 1, Sunday  New Years (Neujahrstag) all federal states  January 6, Friday  Epiphany (Heilige Drei Könige) Baden-Wuerttemberg, Bavaria, Saxony-Anhalt April...
Fasching- German Lifestyle

Fasching or Karneval Celebration in Germany

  Fasching, Karneval, Fastnacht, Fasnacht, Fastelabend - actually they are all same thing: Fasching is the Roman Catholic Shrovetide carnival as celebrated in German-speaking countries....
Scheiße

What does it really mean der Scheiß / die Scheiße

Differentiations of German word meanings are so unpredictable as to warrant an entire section of its own. It is important to know that the German...

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German workers are more productive than everyone else ! True or False ?

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