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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....
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...
Father's Day in Germany

Father’s Day in Germany

  Father's Day in Germany and American version is not same. German's father's day  has a different origin . Germany'sVatertag began in the Middle Ages as...

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...
Germany: Home or a foreign land?

Germany: Home or a foreign land?

Today after a long time I am wondering about my life in Germany. I moved here when I was 12 from Great Britain. It was...
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...
German workers are more productive

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

If we look at Level of GDP per capita and productivity we will see that for 2016, the top five countries in terms of productivity...
Beverages (non-alcoholic)

Guide to German Beverages (non-alcoholic)

Germany, of course, is best known for its beer and wine, yet there are many other types of beverages (Getränke) that are somewhat unique...
Winter Sports in Germany by German lifestyle

Winter Sports in Germany

German Lifestyle has played a critical role in shaping the kind of sports that are played in the country. The landscape and weather also...
Confusion between Du or Sie : germanlifestyle.net

Confusion between Du or Sie

Du versus Sie : Pretty much in every other situations, you use Sie.*Sie* is especially used with adult strangers, and generally among white-collar colleagues (office,...

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German workers are more productive

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

If we look at Level of GDP per capita and productivity we will see that for 2016, the top five countries in terms of productivity...
German Medical Words for when You’re Sick in Germany - German Lifestyle Blog

German Medical Words for when You’re Sick in Germany

Most German doctors speak at least enough English to communicate with you about your symptoms, illness, and medicine. Unfortunately, not all receptionists and helpers...
Summer Festivals in Germany- German Lifestyle Magazine

Summer Festivals in Germany

It's finally summer in Germany. This is the right time to visit or having a holiday in Germany. For you guys, we make a local "Summer...